Thursday, October 28, 2010

New In My Etsy Store

More about this later, but I'm venturing into the world of metals. I plan to keep lampworking, too, but I think I've found a new love! I am taking online classes (later blogs) that are helping me with this new love task.
You can find this pendant here.

I'm slowly but surely restocking my headpins. They were a big hit at the show last weekend.
I hope to add more soon.
These are called Poker Face. Don't ask why. They just are.

I'm embarrassed to admit this, but I cleaned out my closet today, and
I found this bag of unused recycled braided sari yarn, 100% silk. I bought it a while back with full intentions to use it, but now, I can't remember why!
So, I listed it in my Etsy store! I have way too much and plenty to share!

How about some new murrini? They are so relaxing for me to make! I almost go
zen with murrini. I guess that's why I have so much here.
You can find this, newly listed, in my Etsy store.

These floral headpins were so much fun to make! I love poking glass and moving it around. I used dark annealed wire to make these headpins! They'd look great on earrings or a pendant.

That's all for now. Stay tuned for more!


Miss Val's Creations said...

I love the metal piece here! Gorgeous! You'll be able to incorporate the lampwork with the metal to create amazing work.

TesoriTrovati said...

Mallory! I love these headpins and that fiber. I am checking it out right NOW!
Enjoy the day!

P.S. Your metal piece is awesome... I hope you will share more about your class and technique. I am very intrigued...

rosebud101 said...

Thank you, Erin and Miss Val! Yes, Erin, I am going to share more about my online classes beginning on Monday. I am beginning with a lampwork class that I took online. It was great! The teacher made a very difficult technique look easy. I'm not sure mine will look that great! lol After that, I will be sharing more about my other online classes.

angelinabeadalina said...

I saw that piece on Facebook, and I keep clicking on it! It is gorgeous, Mallory, and I can't wait to see what else you create! I really love all the textures and different metals mixed together!

rosebud101 said...

Thanks, Ang, I'm beginning to feel inspired, but I don't know if I have the skills to do what's in my brain. We shall see!

belvedere beads said...

aren't headpins fun to make? Your little flowers are really cute.

rosebud101 said...

Yes, headpins are fun to make, but your rose headpins are amazing!!!!

bernadette fuentes said...

Love the pieces Mallory!! Looks like you are having fun!