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Silver pivot and hammer charms

It may appear from my last couple of posts that I’ve not been terribly constructive on the shiny things front. Not so! I’ve been working really hard, honest I have, I’ve just been a bit rubbish recently about blogging work in progress.

I’ve had a few friends ask recently if I’d make them plain roller derby helmet charm, so it can be engraved with skate names and/or numbers, and I’ve finally made one and had it cast. → Read more

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From the title of this post, you would be forgiven for thinking that I may actually be about to impart some wisdom on the matter, but fear not dear readers, this project has been approached with my usual mix of haphazardness and blind faith. Mess and chaos did, somewhat inevitably, ensue. → Read more

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I have been having vague ideas about making cupcake charms recently. But how, I thought, would one make the little swirly mountain of icing that traditionally sits atop one? Tricky… → Read more

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Remember these fab moustache rings I showed you a few weeks ago?

I liked the tiny little moustaches before they were attached to the rings so much, I thought I’d do a little moustache charm.

Silver sheet + tiny sawblades = happy jeweller! → Read more

So, I figured it was about time I got me a website. Having checked out some web design companies, it seemed that a basic site would set me back in the region of ¬£400. Eek! This is way more money than is sitting in my jewellery account right now. Also, I am total control freak so handing it over to someone else was always going to be a bit tricky. → Read more

If you would like to take a look further back into my jewellery making journey, my original blog can be found here.

Thanks for reading!