Sunday, November 27, 2016

Last Show of 2016

Last couple of weeks have been very busy! On the 18th & 19th I was showing at the CATESOL conference in San Diego. The show went very well; I was pleased with the sales and the wonderful support of the exhibition room organizers. I had a great space with two long tables to work with. Here's (most) of my display. For this event I added two boards on easels for necklaces - I can show many more  than on the usual bust displays.

Earrings and inexpensive pendant necklaces went well, a couple cuff bracelets, too. I did a few sales of my larger and more pricy statement pieces, which made me very happy I'd made them, but I will focus more on the things that sold well for next year.

There were many, many booths for all sorts of educational books and programs (CA = California TESOL = Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages). There was a "passport" game where participants needed each participating vendor's square signed by the vendor to be eligible for the drawing. I had tons of visitors come for their passport game and stay to browse with a good number making a purchase while they were there.

They also had two dedicated hours one on Friday and one on Saturday with no seminars so the participants could come to the exhibit hall. Lastly, there were a number of socializing events in the same hall that led to more visitors. I'd highly recommend doing something like this to any SF Fandom con dealers' room organizers as a great way to get more traffic to their vendors!

Of course last week was Thanksgiving week and my son came home for the weekend for the first time in years (he's either been deployed or had Thanksgiving with his in-laws). It was really wonderful to have him join us.

Now back to the workshop to make some new stuff and get pictures up on my Etsy and ArtFire sites!
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Sunday, October 2, 2016

Embellish to go from Blah to Beautiful

This is a closeup from one of my Work Table Wednesday pictures for a Facebook group I have joined. Owl. Pendant setting. Not bad as is, yes? But what could be done to make it more appealing and (one keeps hoping) sell?


First I painted the owl. I wanted it to look natural so I used shading, painted multiple coats where I wanted the color to be darker and sanded back the painted area on the chest to let the original off white come through. (fyi: I used Ranger inks for the painting) 

Then I took a leafy brass stamping and after cutting it apart, glued it under the owl. Good start but still a bit blah. Added a topaz colored flatback crystal to the brass leaves. Better. took a brass filigree and cut it in half making two mirror image filigrees to add to the sides. Then found some rhinestones set in black cup chain and added those. Yes! Done!

None of this was hard to do. Some E6000 glue and a pair of cutters are all the tools you need if you don't want to paint the owl. I did mix up a batch of black Apoxie Sculpt to make sure the cameo was well set in the frame. The owl cameo was a great fit, but there was very little surface on the frame to insure that, if glued, it would be really secure in the frame. I pressed a 'snake' of the Apoxie around the back of the frame next to the cameo and then flattened it over both pieces to create a rock hard seal (after curing overnight).

Other ways to embellish a cameo like this would be to glue beads or tiny pearls around the inside of the frame around the cameo and maybe some flatback crystals on the flowers in the frame. I just happened to have the right filigree available.

Supplies:  Setting, owl cameo, brass leaves, rhinestone chain, topaz colored crystal and glue from B'Sue Boutiques. Chain and Ranger Inks from Michael's crafts store. Apoxie Sculpt from Amazon

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Monday, September 19, 2016

Not Quite Done - Re-thinking Designs

I've been working on a number of mixed media and assemblage pieces lately and thought I'd go through my steps on two recent ones.

First off, I knew I wanted to use this flower in a necklace. So I glued it to a small brass crescent necklace base with E6000, added some filigree and leaves also, but it was still too plain. First I added some green color to the leaves with alcohol ink, still not quite there.

So I grabbed my Lumiere paint and gave the petals a little dab.

This was better, but I still wasn't thrilled with the total look, so I added a green crystal to the center but it still wasn't working for me. The filigree wasn't set quite right either, so I knew I'd need to cover that up.

Here's what I finally ended up with - added some additional filigree pieces, a couple more flowers. The center is the same little crystal but set in microbeads that are set in crystal clay. I put tiny magenta red cabochons in the flowers to the side and some marquise shaped acrylic gems on the filigree. Now I think its done!

All of the metal pieces for a necklace like this can be found at B'Sue Boutiques. I was fortunate enough to get the small cabochons and the acrylic gems in a free gift bag from B'Sue. If I hadn't gotten them I'd probably have used flatback crystals.

The other piece I've been working on looked this way last week. Many more layers of metal leaves and flowers, a few came already patinaed, with some faux pearls and a purple Lucite flower. Again, it still seemed to be missing something.

This is what I added over the weekend - more filigree, a number of crystals, acrylic gems, and two Swarovski crystal dangles. It's busy, but in this case I think that's the right approach.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2016

How To - Using Epoxy Clay for Filling and Setting a Cameo in an Open-backed Frame

Over on Facebook there's a group,B'sue Boutiques Creative Group, that I have followed for some time as a regular customer of B'sue. Lately I've posted a few times for their Work Table Wednesday (WTW) and Finish Up Friday (FUF) features.

In today's WTW I mentioned that I was going to use epoxy clay (Crystal Clay) for one of the pieces on the worktable and a commenter mentioned she'd not used it before. Well, I haven't used it much myself, mostly experimental things (that didn't quite work out!).

One piece that I did use it on successfully is a pendant I recently completed and listed. The setting is an open oval with flowers at the bottom and the cameo didn't quite fill the entire space at the bottom of the setting, so I pressed in an oval of black Crystal Clay which not only filled in the space at the bottom but also made the setting absolutely secure. That cameo won't be falling out of the setting short of total destruction.

I thought this might be an opportunity to show how I set the cameo in an open frame with Crystal Clay. It was pretty simple.

Here's an example of the frame and a floral cameo the same size as the skeleton lady. The frame was from Dry Gulch beads, but I didn't find it there in a cursory search. I've had the cameo in my stash for a long time, but they're not hard to locate around the web. Since I mentioned B'sue above be sure to check her site first!

See the small gap at the bottom where the table shows through? Also, the frame isn't very thick  and the chance of a glued cabochon or cameo falling off would be pretty high. I decided to try using my Crystal Clay to secure the cameo and also fill in the gap. 

I followed the directions to mix the two part epoxy clay using enough to create an oval that would cover the entire back of the frame and cameo then I pressed the pieces into the oval to secure them. I left the entire thing to dry for 24 hours.

If you look at the lower left of the cameo you can see a little puff of the Crystal Clay. The whole piece is only a couple inches long so it's barely noticeable. 

Various varieties and colors of epoxy clay are on the market and as a bonus, the clay once set takes paint, Gilder's Paste, Rub n Buff and probably a lot of other products so if you need a good color match you should be able to touch up the clay fairly easily after it's set.

Have you tried anything like this? I'd love to hear about it!


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Thursday, August 4, 2016

Cuff Bracelets and New Necklaces

I'm working on stocking my Etsy and Art Fire stores again, they've been empty for ages and when I was able to do 4 or 5 shows a year it didn't matter to me much, but this year looks like I won't be able to do another show so I'm going to work the online angle. Here are a few of my newly listed cuff bracelets:

I used Gilder's Paste to color the flowers and cuff bases. 

And here are a few of my necklaces:

The top row center necklace was a real challenge - I started with a plain ivory colored resin mermaid cameo and had tried to make a bracelet but wasn't happy with the results. Finally I decided to create a filigree mount for it and fiddled with adding this and that until I had the pendant. The necklace part came after I didn't like any of the plain chains I tried with it. I think the glass pearl necklace is very complementary.
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Friday, June 3, 2016

Sometimes the Product Photographs Help Me to Really See Things Clearly

I'm trying to fill up my ArtFire store, so I'm taking pictures of my finished pieces. Sometimes when I look at the picture on my computer before uploading it to my store I find myself less satisfied with the finished product and take it back to the work table. It's a matter of seeing it out of context and with more detail - just like the buyer will see it online.

Here's one example - this is a pendant I purchased and then did some slight embellishment to by adding gold patina paint to the outer ring design. I then strung large hole beads in brass, silver and copper finishes on to a velveteen necklace.

After I looked at the picture I was going to use to list the item in my ArtFire store, I felt it still looked blah. Back to the workbench. I added a Swarovski flatback crystal to the center and some Marble (white) Vintaj Patina Paint. Here's how that looked.

I think I'll add a few more coats of the patina paint after it dries overnight and then do some clean up at the edges then list it.

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Tuesday, May 31, 2016

A "Timely" Piece

Insert favorite time metaphor here...

This is one of my newer pieces. I used two Russian Gold plated ornate wing stampings that come in right and left facing designs, a brass crescent for the backing, and a brass sparrow from B'sue Boutiques, as well as vintage watch gears and a vintage pocket watch dial. While the wings are lovely as is, I decided to give them a bit of a whitewash appearance using a light rubbing of white Gilder's Paste and am quite pleased with the effect. 

It's a bold piece about 5" across so I used a chain from Vintage Jewelry Supplies with larger heavy looking links and a nice texture to them. It's very similar to this chain at the same site as above.

The whole piece is one of those things that wasn't planned but came together as I was trying to sort and arrange my supplies in my studio - something that I will probably never finish doing since I'm always stopping to make something. I'm glad to finally be able to use the remodeled garage as a studio, although I do miss having my daughter living there! She's definitely happier in her new apartment - a real insulated, heated/cooled and with a fully equipped kitchen, home.

Anyway, back to the piece - I'm sure it's happened to you as you sort through this and that you put aside something and say "what will I do with this?" and then not long after you find another piece and another and finally it's a design. It's always fun when it comes together.
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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Dawno's at ConDor 2013 San Diego

ConDor is a smallish con, but it was about twice as large as I'd heard it would be, at over 600 attendees. The programming looked great, if I weren't working I definitely would have gone to the panels. The entertainment schedule looked like a lot of fun, as well.

The venue is the lovely Town & Country resort, but as the rooms were all booked up when I was notified that I'd been accepted as a dealer, I stayed just down the street at the much less lovely, but cheap and comfy enough, Best Western. The con seemed well run and everyone seemed pretty happy. I had great neighbors in the dealer's room and hope to see more of them at other conventions this year or next.

I've added ribbon bookmarks to my display and I think they're pretty cute - wish I'd thought to get a picture!  Didn't get one of my booth and me, either! Well, you can see the backside of the ribbons and a bit of my booth in the picture below (bottom left).

I think these are Tuskens from Star Wars. I wish the gal behind them was facing my booth - she's in a Tardis dress.

There was a great Time Machine replica. The wheel in back spins and there are lighting effects.
This lovely couple had great steampunk outfits and their boy was dressed as a tiny Doctor complete with sonic screwdriver. You can see a little piece of my booth in the far back, behind the lady in the white sweater.

I'm very grateful my daughter was able to come help, it made for a wonderful time!  Next con, BayCon over Memorial Day weekend up in Santa Clara.
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Monday, February 11, 2013

Her Royal Majesty's Steampunk Symposium 2013

I had a great time at this year's Her Royal Majesty's Steampunk Symposium on the Queen Mary this year. It was bittersweet because my dad passed away in October and he had helped me last year, so I missed his company greatly. My daughter and sister did come and lend a hand. I only have these few pictures this year.

My booth in the Queen's Salon - I was right in front of the main entry.  My table  was much larger than what you can see here with a whole section on the left that faced the entrance.

Here's my wonderful daughter mugging for the camera in one of my fancy hats.

Here I am in that hat and my kinda sorta Victorian 'shopkeeper' outfit

Next up, ConDor in San Diego. See you there!

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Saturday, November 17, 2012

Counting Down to LosCon

It's been a very challenging year, and you know that saying about best laid plans. I had hoped to be better organized and back to regular posting long before now, as well as getting to work on a lot of new jewelry since the last I posted. Circumstances have prevented me from accomplishing most of that, but I have a convention in 6 days, so I'm doing what I can to get ready. I just hope I can find all my display stuff in the back room!

I thought I'd share at least one new item today. I'm quite happy with how it turned out. The necklace has aventurine beads, copper TierraCast beadcaps and chain plus a little copper leaf. It's amazing how some designs just create themselves - once I got the leaf and center aventurine bead assembled the idea for the rest of the necklace seemed obvious.

LosCon used to be my favorite because I would come down to L.A.and spend the weekend with my dad. This year I'll be doing the show solo and missing Dad enormously, not only for his help but for his company and the way he enjoyed being there, meeting new people, talking about everything under the sun with them. He'd want me to have a good time, so I'll wear a brave face and try to enjoy it.

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Monday, August 13, 2012

Would You Like to See More of My Work? Maybe Some Tutorials?

I'm trying to get to the back of the new studio through the stacks of boxes! Until I can do that, I'm not able to work on new pieces or do tutorials like I want to. I am really looking forward to blogging every day again and getting back into the conversation with you!

The boxes are mostly books. This picture only gives you a hint of what I'm up against - the studio is a converted garage and it's full of these bins and boxes from front to back and side to side!

In order to clear out the books, I've opened an Amazon bookstore, Dawno's Books. So, if you'd like to pay paperback prices (most are $3 + shipping) for hardback first editions in like new condition, please shop at my store! I have nearly 60 items up as of right now, adding more each day!

So far I haven't put any of my beading, polyclay or other crafts books up, but I may do that soon. Please bookmark the link and check back often!
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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

BayCon 2012 Pics (better late than never!)

BayCon 2012 was wonderful. Had a great time and did well. Thanks to the Hyatt hospitality and events staff for being great to the dealers as well as for coming by to shop!

I didn't take many pictures - partly because I was so busy, but mostly because I just kept forgetting.

Here's the left side of my booth

and the right side (The center of the booth, with me, was in a previous post)
I saw many more great costumes but these are the few I managed to catch with the camera

I was thrilled to have my daughter visit with me and give me time for a nice lunch break most days of the con. She sold some of my pieces, too. Thank you sweetie!

Looking forward to 2013! Next con - LosCon in November in Los Angeles.
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Friday, May 25, 2012

Back in the SF Bay Area!

Although I moved to Pasadena last September, I've been up north since then when I went to FOGCon in March. This time I'm in Santa Clara for BayCon. As I think I mentioned, this is my 5th BayCon and I'm really glad everything worked out so I could be here.

I don't have any pictures to share today, but I wish I had one of my packed car (I could go take one, but the condition of the old Mustang is not something I'm particularly proud of). I manage to get everything in the trunk and back seat - including my trolly (Rubbermaid with a collapsible handle), except for my purse and little insulated tote to carry my Arizona Diet Green Tea. I can even see out the back window...a bit...there's a sliver - honest!

Lots of CHP on the Interstate today. They're getting ready for the big weekend, I'm sure. It's so annoying that people actually going pretty close to the speed limit slow down 5 to 10mph (so now they're way under the limit) as soon as they see the flashers ahead. Yeah, there might be an accident, but on I-5 you can see for miles ahead and none of the 4 times we passed CHP at the side of the road were they attending to accidents that I could tell. I did make it here in pretty good time and I hope that Tuesday won't be too busy heading south.

Well, I need my beauty rest - have to go set up at 8:00 am. Oh, although you're reading this on Friday, I'm writing it Thursday night and scheduling it to post. The wonders of technology!
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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Last Creative Night before Bay Con

Tomorrow I head to Santa Clara for Bay Con. That means that for the rest of today I will be packing and loading up the car. Last night was my last night of creating new pieces to take with me. I'll bring along supplies and beads so I can work at my table or in my room, but there's only so much I can take with me, so some stuff just either gets made before I leave or waits for next time.

This set I finished over the weekend and finally had a bit of time to photograph it yesterday. I love the way the small matte beads, from Global Beads in downtown Mountain View, are set off by the copper. This is two separate necklaces and a matching 30" lanyard/necklace (shown with the lanyard hardware in the back).

Posting may be infrequent during my trip - but I'll try to do some live blogging with pictures while I'm there. Hope you have a very pleasant Memorial Day weekend!
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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Turquoise with a Decorative Clasp

Hi again! Today I finished a new piece featuring turquoise and ceramic with ornate brass spacers. As I was trying to decide what clasp to use it occurred to me to try something different. I grabbed a large brass filigree piece and stacked a circular piece and a patinaed butterfly filigree to it. Then I added some Swarovski crystals. The lobster claw closes on the loop end of the filigree.

I will try to get a good picture of that purple set I spoke about yesterday and share it soon. Meanwhile, I leave on Thursday morning, so I have about a day and a half left to make some new pieces then it's time to pack everything into bins and duffles, load up the car and head north.
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Monday, May 21, 2012

A Study in Contrasts

Only a few more days until I have to stop making things and start packing them up for the trip north to BayCon. Of course before the packing I have to create descriptions and do pricing then make price tags for each new piece. It's a tedious, but necessary step.

The necklace below features more Beadin' Path and light amethyst beads with copper bead caps for accents. I really love this one - it seems kind of 'ancient' - Babylonian, Egyptian, Minoan? I'm not really good at identifying things like that. Anyway, as I mentioned yesterday I love working with colors that have a striking contrast; this necklace is a prime example.

I finished the necklace, pictured above, today, along with a set of necklaces and a matching lanyard which I'll photograph and post tomorrow, I think. With that set I was working entirely in purples.

I'm trying to get back in the habit of posting as close to daily as possible, and eventually doing some of the little feature posts I used to do.  I'm really looking forward to setting up my new studio at my new home where I'll have more room to work and photograph my work - wish we didn't have to wait until the middle of June to move!

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Sunday, May 20, 2012

Used 'Em All Up, Now on to a Different Color...

Everyone has a different style of organization. I tend to sort by beads by color then type so blue glass is one box, blue stone is another. I also do the same with metals, gold bead caps in one box, silver in another. The other day I got an idea for a necklace with some aqua-tinted glass beads that had an unusual, bold geometric shape and grabbed the box of aquamarine and similar stones plus the aqua glass bead box. I didn't stop with the necklace...I made three plus a lanyard.

The 'workhorse' beads for these are either from a strand of really nice aquamarine roundells I've had for quite some time (in the top and middle necklaces), and the last of some strands of a rounded, organic triangular glass bead that's got a bit of shading that reminds me of the blue/green-ish glass from old Coke bottles. That's the bead in the lanyard (the long necklace is also a badge lanyard) and the middle shorter necklace, below.

I should have fiddled more with the staging of the picture to straighten out the glass dangles...
I like to work with bright colors that aren't necessarily close to each other on the color wheel - like purple and orange or purple and green (or all three) or bright accents with muted neutrals like grey, brown or black. Sometimes, though I just use up all the beads I have in the same color family, like above.

If you want to see this set in person, come to BayCon next weekend!
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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Getting Ready for BayCon 2012

Well, it's less than a week away now and I'm so excited to be going back to BayCon for the 5th time. I look forward to visiting with the other vendors and seeing repeat (as well as new!) customers. If you are in the San Francisco Bay area over Memorial Weekend (including Memorial Day) drop by - we're in the Santa Clara Convention Center/Hyatt and it's a lot of fun.

Here are a couple new pieces to give you a little sample of what to expect:

From Left: Faux Ivory Rose and Petal beads with Swarovski
Copper and Silver circles
Vintage Faux Carved Coral,  Coral Glass, Swarovski and TierraCast Gold Plated Lead Free Pewter 
I particularly love the Faux Ivory petal beads from The Beadin' Path, they were part of a recent bead of the month shipment and I knew exactly what I wanted to do with them the minute I opened my package.

Well, it's back to work - have another fun piece featuring Beadin' Path beads, copper and amethyst to finish up!
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Friday, April 27, 2012

Making My Own Embossed Bead Caps, Step by Step

So much going on! My husband and I are in the early stages of buying a house, I'm going on various job interviews and also getting to spend time with my family again.

In the last few months I've finished acquiring the tools needed to make my own beadcaps, but haven't made the attempt - until today. With the Vintaj Big Kick, embossing plates, sheet Vintaj brass, punch cut from Otto Frei, metal dapping tools and metal punch tools all ready to go, I began the process of creating my own embossed bead cap today.

Step 1

Take sheet metal (I used VINTAJ altered blank canvas from Beadaholique) and place in disk cutter (Otto Frei # 125.1734, which comes in a nice wooden box for storage) then hammer with big brass head hammer until the brass is punched through.You now have a round piece of altered brass. Don't do what I did at first and dap it right away (I was too excited to finally use my tools and didn't think ahead). Find the center of the circle - if you're not a perfectionist you can try to eyeball it. If you are a perfectionist, here's a how-to from Instructables. Punch a hole. Depending on what size cap and how you're going to use it, you want to decide how big to punch the hole. I did a rather large one. And I used the huge tool on the left.

I eyeballed it and think I'm close enough to center (whew!) The larger tool really powers through most thicknesses of anything I've been using. I got the tool from Jeanette Blix at where she said, about the tool,

"EuroPower Multi-Sized Hole Punch! Can you say Muscle? This new Beefy hole-punch has the Power to punch 7 different Large sized round holes ranging from 3/32 up to 9/32" in soft metal up to 16 gauge all in one tool! Let the tool do all the work, the specially designed compound action and hardened cutting dies punch through thick metal with ease, you will not believe what this tool can do until you try it. Hard sided carrying case included. Hole sizes are 3/32, 1/8, 5/32, 3/16, 7/32, ΒΌ and 9/32"."

It's all true, too! Anyway, here's the disk with a hole in it. Looks pretty good for something completely handmade.

Now it's time to turn it into an embossed bead cap.  I used my Vintaj Big Kick with a Deco Embossing plate to give the disk its texture. I position it on the plate over the selected design, put it between the two clear shims and crank it through the machine. 

Here's how it looks after it's been embossed:

Now it's time to shape it into a dome. I start with the dapping hole (have no idea what the technical name is) that's a bit larger than the disk so it fits inside, 

and I start whacking away with my brass head hammer. Great for stress relief, by the way.

I want to get a bit more curve to the bead cap, so I put it into the next smaller hole and using the corresponding dapping tool, hammer it some more.

Now it's the right shape, all that's left is a bit of sanding back the finish on the raised areas for contrast and sanding the hole so it won't cut the beading wire or string I use. Voila! The finished cap:

 Here it is again with a bead and paired up with the 'prototype' cap (the one I forgot to punch before I dapped) - it works fine, but the hole is a bit wonky since I had to re-punch it when my first attempt was way off center.

Now, I figure these two caps probably cost me well over $100 to make since they were the first ones off the assembly line, as it were.  Making your own beadcaps is a pricy proposition, at least until you make enough of them to offset the cost of the supplies used in making them, versus buying manufactured ones. But, since I can make them anyway I want with any kind of embellishment or colors or metals, it's more satisfying (and fun!) to create custom beadcaps.Hope you're having a great Friday!
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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Happy Blogiversary to Dawno's!

I missed my blogiversary - even though I'd started this post and scheduled it, I never took it out of draft status. Oh well.

On April 19, 2008 I made my first post here. For a while I was very active and ran a lot of 'special' posts. Eventually the day job, and other circumstances, slowed me down to where I am today, which is an occasional post, especially about special events or days, like today!

Hard to believe I've been at this for over 4 years now. I love making jewelry and exploring new ways to express my creativity. Thanks for dropping by now and then to share the journey!
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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Happy First Day of Spring!

I'm experimenting with new picture taking tools. Recently bought the Modahaus tabletop photography set I read about at The Beading Gem's Journal and am using that plus a paper cone made from posterboard with a shiny side. The hole in the top is to allow really good close shots of items laying flat on the table (like the tiny charm I accidentally left there). The frosted sides soften the light and shadows. It's small enough to fit easily on my 28x24 inch table. 

I was using a lamp with a full spectrum bulb for these shots, but I hope to figure out a good way to use natural light or get fewer shadows soon.

The following pictures of some recently made/finished bracelets are with the set up mentioned above.  The first one is a new, Spring themed bracelet with a colorized metal clasp. I just used Ranger inks for this one, but I have some new Swellegant dies and patinas I'm looking forward to trying. You can read about the Swellegant products on the B'sue Boutique blog. (say that three times fast!)

The larger matte bead is from The Beadin' Path's sea glass collection and it's an alexandrite color-change glass bead. Looks a bit more lilac in some light and more blue in others. There are also vintage German glass beads with iridescent coatings in a pebbly shape.

This next piece is a bracelet that I finally finished. It was one of the ones I made in Fayetteville last July while waiting for my son to return from his deployment in Afghanistan. The glass pearls are very large and the piece really stands out on the wrist but is quite light.

I think these are some of the best closeup shots I've ever done, even if there's still improvements to be made.

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