Surfboard necklaces, the best 6!
During the summer my eldest son asked me to make him a surfboard necklace. He chose his favourite from a selection of experiments that I made. After posting about this on stories and getting a lot of interest I decided to make some more and from 14 new surfboards that have just come out of the kiln these have made the final cut as the best 6. I’ve added a rubber cord to each one, and sliding knots so they can be just popped on over the head. They are £25 each and will be available to purchase on my website tomorrow. If you’d like to reserve one just let me know. Only these 6 available.
Work in progress.
Porcelain curves and waves.
♡♡Support Local & Support Handmade♡♡ Something that i truly believe in❤
So guess what we are stocking in the new salon....... These little beauties from @thecrayonbug
Based in fishguard this lady really has these down to a fine art.....a little something for our children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren or friends....these little darlings cover it all.
Supporting local businesses is important to us, and important for our community....so i thought what better way to show MY support....than stock a wide range of different products by different businesses for all my lovely clients to enjoy ❤
These are available now in stock....we also have lots more designs and we also do names with a character too.....so if youd like to make it a bit more personal....weve got you covered.
Drop me a message to order yours or take a peek at them next time your in.....im sure youll love them as much as we do ❤❤🙌 #supportlocal #handmadeinwales
#localbusiness #pembrokeshirebusiness #wesupportyou #lovethese
I was so lucky to be able to make this adorable bunny from a very special little girls grow suits. She went to her #foreverhome this morning! 💕
Trying to think of a caption for this was hard. I mean it’s pretty self explanatory really. At first I was going to dedicate this to Instagrams algorithm because my engagement is rubbish. But then do I look narcissistic; because maybe my engagement is rubbish because my posts are rubbish Or do I dedicate to broadly to everyone I wished I’d said this to but couldn’t Or to the fact I can’t find employment in the UK because I can’t prove my address, and I can’t open a bank account because I can’t prove my address, and I can’t set up utilities that I could use to prove my address because I need a UK bank account to do that. But if I could just open a bank account I could use that to prove my address, and then I could get a job and set up utilities. I mean what if I was homeless trying to get my life back on track The system doesn’t help, in fact it makes it so much harder. Anyway I couldn’t decide. But if you’re still reading; feel free to let know who you’d like to dedicate this to 🤷🏼♀️
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What an amazing achievement by these two jewellery making students taught by Claire Acworth Jewellery in Wernog Wood. One was a complete beginner and the other had done a one day course. And this wasn’t the complete range of what they made! Their designs included ceramics and sea glass, pebbles and turquoise. One student even ventured to melting granny’s ring and resetting an amethyst and mini diamond. It was a truly ambitious project for this first timer. Probably best not repeated in other courses due to the unpredictability of recycled gold... but she did it!!! Well done ladies.
What an amazing achievement by these two students. One was a complete beginner and the other had done a one day course. And this wasn’t the complete range of what they made! Their designs included ceramics and sea glass, pebbles and turquoise. One student even ventured to melting granny’s ring and resetting an amethyst and mini diamond. It was truly a ambitious project for this first timer. Probably best not repeated in other courses due to the unpredictability of recycled gold... but she did it!!! Well done ladies.
Day 3 of our jewellery making course. These two made some really impressive work... photos of their achievements coming tomorrow.
Day 3 of our jewellery making course in Wernog Wood. These two made some really impressive work... photos of their achievements coming tomorrow.
This is the second day of a 3 day jewellery making course in Wernog Wood taught by Claire Acworth Jewellery. Mother and daughter have made some fine rings, necklaces and earrings so far. More photos to follow.
Ooo it has been a busy week, getting my workshop ready for several groups of students. This is day 2 of a 3 day course for mother and daughter students. So far they have made two rings, two necklaces and a pair of earrings. They have done a fine job so far.