- Earrings made of natural horn
- Yoga bracelets (also anklets, as you like)
- Winter wonderland 2 years ago
Harvest season at the wild earring trees!
That was lucky, because January is harvest season at our wild earring trees.
Diese Spiralarmbänder schauen ganz einfach yogimäßig gut aus, auch wenn aus pandemiologischen Gründen die Yogastudios momentan geschlossen sind. Wie man sieht, machen sich die feschen, handgemachten Armbänder auch auf Instagram nicht schlecht ;)
They also look very nice as anklets and are very cozy to wear, even if they look kinda frosty in my pictures :)
|Polymer clay earrings|
Now that is a lovely material: Polymer clay for jewellery! You knead it, shape it, paint it, bake it. So many opportunities!
|The Horn Ring of the Nibelung|
Well, if Alberich would find his ring among our selection of rings is questionable at best. However, maybe you can find the ring that suits you :)
|Blue Media - our first Micarta series|
Micarta is a very interesting material made of laminated fabric or paper, using resin to create a solid piece for working.
|Ngorongoro - complex layered bracelet|
Somehow the colour combination reminds me of Africa, that's why I called it after Ngorongoro, arguably one of Africa's most beautiful spots.
|Tresviri - Copper Pendant|
Tresviri is a pendant that involved several complicated steps to make. It looks like something stolen from an ancient graveyard, but actually it is new and lovely.
|Octoblue - asymmetric collier in blue|
That is not dead which can eternal lie. And with strange aeons even death may die. Asymmetric octopus collier from R'lyeh... I mean Salzburg.
|Jewellery and snowy forest|
Aah, this time it snowed properly, so I packed up some of our jewellery and did a lovely walk through tne snowy winter forest.