The coal industry has been a big deal in Cape Breton for decades. It’s been slowly shutting down, but of course the coal is still here – and it washes up on our beaches, all soft and beautiful. I give it a semi-gloss coat of sealant (because coal, it is the dirty) and turn it into jewellery – don’t you love it?
Everyone knows what you do with old teaspoons if you are a jeweller: you turn them into rings or bracelets by wrapping them around mandrels. Well. You know me. I […]
Good gravy, I’ve filmed a class for Craftsy.com! The experience was absolutely divine. They sent someone to pick me up at the airport, I got to eat at a different […]
The Blue Bottle Tree is an utterly irreplaceable source of knowledge about polymer clay. With wire, anything I see I can pretty much figure out how to do – but polymer […]
Hey look it’s another Craftsy post! I sure am writing a lot of those lately. This one shows two different ways to antique your copper and silver wire-wrapping jewelry. Read the […]