Thursday, 24 March 2016

Beach-combing Jewellery

Naomi and I went to a workshop yesterday on making jewellery from sea-found objects. It was great fun. Here are a few of the pretties I made. At last a use for the sea-glass mountain in the conservatory!

Also, just for fun, a cuddly skull I made today. I think we should probably call him Sir Skull, because he looks rather aristocratic


13 comments:

Ariadne said...

Oh I love sea glass, collect it a lot and make similar jewelry sometimes!AriadnefromGreece!

EvalinaMaria said...

Beautiful!
Evalina, This and that...
and Random Act of Stitching Kindness

Kerryp77 said...

Beautiful, a friend has classes like that in her gallery on polkerris. I always love the sound of them.

Annie said...

Such lovely one-of-a-kind pieces! What a fun workshop!

Quite the dapper skull guy! "Cuddly" and "skull" so rarely go together in the same sentence!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

What lovely jewellery.
If it wasn't for the 'tache I'd have called him a Slash Skull.

Linda Harris said...

Great jewellery pieces. Love your skull too.

Preeti said...

Great and fun creations !! :)

Sheryl S. said...

Pretty jewellery and what a good idea to use the beautiful stones, pebbles and cystals that the sea gives us.

Smily said...

Wow, I like this stone jewellery!

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

Beautiful jewellery.
I don't think I'd have 'Sir Skull' hanging by my bedside - not if I want to sleep! :)

diamondc said...

I love your sea glass wire jewelry so lovely.

Blessings
Catherine

Bea said...

The sea glass jewellery is lovely and unique. It's always nice to be able to use some kind of stash or other.

Skulls are not really my thing, but I do like Sir Skull.

Suz said...

That Skull is so adorable.

And your jewelry is just wonderful! Great job on all of those pieces.