Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Making jewellery from beach finds

Towards the end of last year I sold some of my work in person at a craft fair. It was a lovely experience to get to meet some of my customers in person and to be able to get feedback on the items I made from people who could see and touch them. I also ran a competition to win a £10 gift voucher for my shop for anyone wanting to sign up to receive my newsletter. It has taken me a long time to post the winner but without further ado...
Congratulations Karen Fearnley! Your name was picked at random by Baby Barnacle and I will be sending you an email shortly with your prize.
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As the weather has been starting to get a bit more spring-like (even though the Easter weekend itself was a bit hit-and-miss!)  we have managed to get down to the beach a few times recently. I love the chance to do a bit of beachcombing, and found quite a few tiny treasures among the surf. 

Most of these will probably find their way into future art works in one form or another, with a few being suitable for jewellery. I have finished a few pieces made with some of my previous beach finds, and they will soon be available in the shop. Until they are do let me know here or via my facebook page if there is something that speaks to you.


Have you been enjoying the warmer weather after the storms of the last few days? Hopefully they are over now and spring is here to stay!

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