Helm chainmaille necklace. This necklace is a heavy chain all handmade by cutting my own jumprings , then forming the helm chainmaille weave. Hand-formed hook and eye clasp.
This is my Texas flag that I made from weathered wood fence slates. I cut my slates the size that I wanted for my flag, then I lined them up, drilled my holes in each one, to fasten them together. I then drew off my
This is Bentley my grandson. Isn’t he a cutie. This is Caitlyn, Bentley’s big sister. She our little soccer player. Last year her team was undefeated This is Courtney the oldest of my grandchildren. She is our little artist. And this is Cameron. Courtney’s little brother. Our little hunter with his first dove. I am […]
This handcrafted bracelet was made with porcelain beads strung on black leatherette cord with silver beads in between each porcelain bead. One end has a handcrafted wire wrapped loop…
Today I tried something completely different then my normal jewelry making or woodworking. Today I made some homemade paper. I have never made my own paper before, but I thought that it would me fun and maybe I could make my own unique paper and then turn them into earring cards or
This bracelet is truly a one of a kind piece. It is made with a brown glass square wrapped with copper on a simple loop, connected to a handmade copper wire wrap, then that is connected to a small copper dome disk, Everything is connected together with hand-cut copper jumprings and
Magnetic jewelry is used as a natural alternative that improves blood flow, relieves pain and discomfort that is associated with arthritis, carpal tunnel, headaches, stress, insomnia, and joint pain.
This bracelet is handmade by stringing 10mm zebra jade nuggets onto 18 gauge copper wire. Then ends were finished off with my favor messy wire wrapped loops. The clasp is handmade from 12 gauge copper wire that I…
This unique handcrafted necklace is made from different gauges of copper wire. All eyes are drawn to the unique focal, which is a large messy wrapped copper wire bead. Oxidized and tumbled to bring out the beautiful copper….
I thought that I would make us some unique drink holders. I found a couple of can large enough to hold our cups and then I covered them with birch bark. Some may think I’m crazy for going to the trouble to cover the tin cans. (Why not just use the tin cans). But that’s the…