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The most delicious chocolate chip cookies EVER!
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I have finished to build my Spyro papercraft.
This is the download [link]
For instructions this is the [link]
For only the pdf this is the [link]
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Happy Trees Fairy Door

Two sturdy little trees wrap around the edge of this little fairy door, making it a perfect addition to any garden or greenhouse.
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Entry for my 3rd year in the Del Mar Fair Jewelry Contest.

Sterling Silver Heart key
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925 Sterling silver hand crocheted ring with randomly placed micro-faceted rainbow moonstone rondelles.

Slightly thicker than the others, this one has 5 rows as opposed the my usual 3.

Not yet for sale...

See my Etsy store for similar [link]
or NotontheHighStreet if you prefer [link]

I just started blogging! Check it out... [link]
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This is my latest steam punk piece.

It came out looking a bit like a dream catcher so :iconthehippychicksews: helped me come up with the name.

This one is for sale at Magazine Metals.
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My entry for ~pagantribalart's August harvest contest. (That's all the edit was -- carry on citizens, nothing to see here.)

This head-thing was designed to be flexible and versatile; it can be adjusted to fit a number of hairstyles and can be worn as a tiara, bunwrap, or backpiece. Loops on each end accommodate bobby pins... or a chain extension: if you're feeling wacky, this piece can be turned upside down and worn as a necklace.

The harvest motif features rice stalks, wheat, corn, pumpkins, grapes, and acorns, interspersed with autumn-hued blossoms.

Crafted with Swarovski crystals, white freshwater pearls, mother-of-pearl, green and peach aventurine, sunstone, carnelian, goldstone, citrine, peridot, jade, green Baltic amber, rhyolite, red tiger's eye, Czech glass, and tiny seed beads. Wired with copper and rolled gold. (My first non-silver piece! Whee?)

Ceres was the Roman goddess of agriculture and grain. She was a beloved goddess of the harvest and was credited with teaching humans how to grow, preserve, and prepare grain and corn. She was thought to be responsible for the fertility of the land.
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by Cherry Boop

Soon available at my shops!!
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GIA Project: This project, we had to hand fabricate the entire pendant. Hand form the heart and solder it together, then hand make the bezel for the Marquise stone (total pain in the butt), solder it into the heart, add a jump ring and set the stone.
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This a carved wood box of my own design to hold a ring.

The bottom of the heart I made quite pointy and sharp, just as a reminder to the bearer that hearts and rings can be a dangerous mix.

The top pivots open on a threaded shaft (so that the two sides are held together). It is very small and quite easily slips into your pocket.

featured here [link]
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