I had a fun time dressing up as a pirate for the day at Rust Belt Market yesterday! I thought a pirate would suit the theme of the huge tentacle monster looming above my booth, so I borrowed most of the outfit from Alex's ample costume closet.
I have sold quite a few of these skull pendants this season, which people seemed to like to make into Story Necklaces like the Skully Story Necklace below, which I listed in my Etsy Galleria.
That's the news from my studio this weekend... check out what some of my beady friends are doing:
Are you sharing your talents with others? Lisa shares her recent experience teaching a group of friends a simple, but rewarding project.
Break into glass jewelry making with these tutorials and techniques.
Heather helps us look ahead to the holiday season with some great inspiration for seasonal jewelry
Polymer clay + greeting cards = a fun mixed media necklace!
How long does it really take you to make a piece of jewelry? Michelle shares the long process behind a simple pair of earrings.
Carmi has a cute fabric brooch idea for Halloween.
This week's Tuesday Tangle features handmade earrings of metal clay and wire.
This week we have a nice series showing you how to use an ice tray to make fun skull and bone cast pieces.
Wonderful, really exciting giveaway from Beaducation! Read all about it and sign up on Jean's blog!
Melanie is an artist, blogger, writer, and ceramic beadmaker at Earthenwood Studio. Her beads and components can be found at her Etsy shop and her jewelry can be found in her Etsy Galleria. To comment on this post, visit the original post at the Earthenwood Studio Chronicles Blog.