Now with these dark pikchurs I find I need more spaces to see this here text on this here blerg. What's up today with my silly writing?
Big ol' honkin' thing.
Don't be silly.
We hardly do brooches in our circle of makers for some reason.
Though just a big jump ring could turn these all into pendants.
Balanced the girly/victorian detail on the pin with the rustic/tribal danglies below.
Above a gorgeous porcelain piece by RaggedRobyn and below another by her aunt greybirdstudio. But did you know Robyn was the one who taught her aunt how to clay?
A 'Paris' pin from Kathyhaul.
And all the Roman glass and kuchi is still from Patroness.
Here it is pinned on a shirt. Coming up with little cluster dangles is so fun and easy! Not like with necklaces where it's all complicated and then you end up with something too expensive to sell. Well, at least if you're as impatient as I am. Not like I think anyone's gonna necessarily want brooches, but the muse don't pay me no nevermind. What people do seem ravenous for are those layered round earrings. Should make more.
But instead I didn't. These are sorta mini versions with Roman glass beads dangling on utee pins.
↑ No really but how though? ↑
So I also made some of my own polydrops and then decided to use them on some simple earrings of my own.
My whole thought process lately us how it just doesn't have to be that complicated.
See- simple. Simple but each element is awesome and they're awesome so there. Lampworks above by 4ophelia.
Lapis and ScorchedEarth, of course.
I gotta do something about this background it's giving me vertigo.
A pair of hoops with old tin from Uruguay. Which I'm going to. In June. Yeah babeee.
In the spirit of smaller dangle clusters.
And I was going to give this away but then I decided to layer it with a third piece and keep the hangies simple and yeah.
My urge to sell off everything was for sure an effect of over-supply panic.
Don't know how I got so much damned stuff. And I'll be getting more in June.