After forging some spoons I had an urge to make a fork and a knife companied with a bigger spoon. These went as present for my friend on his 30th birthday. The fork took some time to make but wasn't as nasty as I had suspected. Again, the material is stainless steel so these are completely usable on daily basis.
Here are some necklaces I made for my jewelry show I had on February 11th. The images are encased in resin, the frames are hand cast with resin. Most of these pieces remain for sale at a local shop. If you are interested in buying a particular piece, let me know and I can check on the availability of it!
FOR SALE: [link] Here is a gorgeous Absinthe necklace I created using a miniature ovalesque glass vintage bottle. I added some paints to the bottle to give it a grunge look, as well as a transparent Antique label design. The top has been soldered, with a blackened patina. The bottle is filled with a slight green/yellow liquid, and the bottle hangs on bronze tone and gunmetal chain. The chain is long, as the pendant is meant to be worn low.
Here is an awesome necklace featuring Jem and the Holograms! There is an image of each member of the band (minus Raya), sized at 25x18mm, set in vintage brass settings, and sealed with resin for protection. On each end there is a cute gold glitter bow and pearly white heart beads!
Here is a lovely and totally one of a kind steampunk assemblage necklace! It features a vintage Art Nouveau stamping of a beautiful goddess adhered to a set of wooden angel wings. Underneath the wings are wooden gear sprockets on each side of the pendant.