As many of my regular readers know, I love making my own Christmas earrings and have more than enough for a different pair for each day in December, and yet I still like to make more. Yesterday Jennifers posts on her Frosty Festivities event spurred me to get cracking on this years. Jennifer herself is a Jewellery maker.
So today I'll be showing you 3 posts with the 3 stages I went through.
I started off thinking "Robins", which lead to "Robin Red Breast"
These are wooden robins with red felt on the back which shows through the gap to give them a red breast. The large ones are dangly earrings whereas the smaller ones are studs.
I made 2 pairs of the dangly robins, one for myself & one to gift to a stranger who finds them on black friday ... to learn more about this and the artists joining in check out the facebook page HERE, maybe you'd like to join in yourself.
I then started thinking about the prompt given for using a flower on top of a Christmas tree...
While looking at my supplies I also came up with....
Each of these pairs of earrings can be made for you & bought for £1.50p each plus a one off payment, regardless of how many you buy, of 50p to cover p&p. Just get in touch with me at blackangel (at) blueyonder (dot) co (dot) uk
Each block of words in red leads to Jennifer Grace Creates, Frosty Festivities where I've taken inspiration.