studio news ~ creative tips ~ design ideas
Welcome to my bead journal & studio news.
First let me share a little more about myself. I am a 62 year old bohemian soul ( the mystic peasant ) living the artisan dream. My business is a home-based online bead shop.
I create mostly "limited edition" beads, components, jewelry and purchase unique bohemian beads & supplies . I do some restocking, but in general I am more of a "special finds" kind of bead shop. So, if you are a "think outside of the box" or a "one-of-a-kind" sort of jewelry designer, I think you will fit right in.
Hello my dear creative friends. I hope you and your family are well.
I have been house bound for weeks now due to the COVID-19 virus and have been keeping myself busy creating. Creating is my only normal right now like many of you. Please feel free to stop bye and check out the "Studio News" page for inspiration.
If you are like me you have a ton of jewelry making supplies & beads stashed everywhere around the house. It's a great time to sort it all and find some treasures you have forgotten. With money tight, it's a great way to use up some of those "lost treasures" and still keep on creating.
I'll post lots of pictures of projects I'm working on and share jewelry ideas.
Happy Creating ~ Cindy
My paper and washi tape headpin earring drops have been put on ~ SALE ~
$3.98 for a package of (2) ~ 1 pair
These make lovely bohemian earrings. I love to use these with layered bead caps and complimentary beads.
Check out some of my current earring designs using these paper headpins.
~ Earring Design Ideas ~
I've been in the studio playing with my polymer drops and paper drop headpins and came up with some new earring designs.
Hope these ideas inspire!
~ Cindy ~
I've been adding a new line of charms, drops & pendants.
Great quality and a affordable way to spice up some earrings, bracelets and necklaces.
Lots of cute designs in different metal finishes. Made from lead free pewter.
Some of my new jewelry designs that will be listed soon. Hope they inspire.
Love working with lots of bead caps. Try layering them, turn them upside down over eyepins or headpins. Have fun experimenting!