Friday, November 27, 2009

Celtic Snowballs

A hurried project for an ATC (Artist's
Trading Cards) group meet in two days.
I was to make a Winter Charm
I had no idea what to make And hadn't done
any loaded charm bracelets for a
couple years.
It was like beginning all over--real
dah moments for sure...
I have collected much I have hunted for
in barn sales and lots
of vintage jewelry
to look through
This is like looking over
buried treasure for me.
I did have all the tools necessary
and there are many which
might surprise some people... three
special wire tools, spacers, and Celtic
ones I especially like---extra long
wire to string them, special lying pad
to keep everything from rolling off
the table--
and to make
a nice finish, make a label and
insert in small bag ......Voila!
I am thankful I only have to make
nine of them.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I really like the use of the Celtic charm along with the pearl...nice combination. You never cease to amaze me!

Anonymous said...

now I have to guess who wrote the first comment--perhaps it George Clooney again winna

bendelachanal said...

Beautiful charms, you are very talented in many mediums.

Cat said...

These are beautiful!!

nanke's stuff said...

What lovely charms! Someone will love having them, there's no doubt of that! nancy

Claire M said...

Lovely charms! I like the design that you came up with!!

Dan Kent said...

I am so glad you are back! A link to your blog has been sitting around on mine waiting for action, but I've not really been around for the last two weeks, so I missed your reentry into the blogosphere. I love your painting with the fish and with the fish you designed and jewelry too, you are truly multi-talented! Hope to see much more!

Amber said...

Nice Job Nana!