Road Runner Rooster Girl

I challenged myself using different types of tatting technique and i embroidered them to create this gorgeous elegant bird šŸ™‚

Wedding time with pearls and silver

I was asked few days ago to design someĀ bride accessories for her wedding.

Few month ago she bought one of my bracelet creation and wanted more thinner ones to have a set.

I created earrings and a hair net woven with silver wire and pearls

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Awaiting Valentine’s day

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The red and white day is approaching. The day when most of people remember they love. I say we love everyday and remembering this makes us breathing, feeling, living. But Valentine’s day is a coutume so let’s keep it like this – a pretext to give and receive presents. I present you some of my jewelry work for this celebration mixing the specific colors with the valuable materials as Swarovski crystals, silver wire, Rivoli.

I decided on pink

I told you yesterday I like to celebrate the Christmas night with a special “touch” in “decorating” myself. This year I embraced Ā the pink idea for a jewelry element. Pink is such a used color in every day fashion, from the very insignificant mobile accessories to the most extravagant hats. I decided to launch myself in a challenging quest for a spectacular design. I found it interesting to combine two different materials such as fabric and wire, even more to put together a warm one – ribbon and a cold one – silver wire. Shinning and distinctive! …but not rich. What else to add? Looking into my beads boxes I found a special bag: some Swarovski pearls. Small light pink, a smooth nuance which makes you thinking of ice cream, of a peach orchard full of youth, of Ā fruit. I wanted to design a small object, something delicate but intricate, something to attract everybody’s eyes. I preferred a ring. The result was strong. It is a delicate piece of jewelry, woven with silver wire and small beads of pearls as fresh dewdrops. The shiny touch is given by the warm and chatoyant ribbon. The silk ribbon fills the weaving and brings the volume, the shape and the depth of the ring. I am looking for Ā Santa’s opinion about it :-)!