Tuesday, May 31, 2011

May Round-up

This month flew!  Summer one week, winter back the next...don't remember if we had a spring...and back at my weekly market and loving it.  This month was spent on working on complimenting pieces and bright colors and mixing different stones.  Also,  up- dating my market booth and planning to blog about that soon...anywho, final piece for May, unless I get a little time later this evening.  My second Sunburst Bronze Cross from DreamSome.Etsy.com (surprise! I just a figured out how to add a link) made into a necklace with 6mm rock crystal quartz and wire wrapped with 14kt goldfilled wire, now listed at innerearthjewelry.etsy.com ... more organic luxe.

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Celebrate Memorial Day Sale!

Memorial Day Sale~20% off total order, must use coupon code DEN20 at checkout @ http://innerearthjewelry.etsy.com/ .   Thank you to all who have served our country and who are currently serving...and a personal thanks to my son Dubreque who is currently in Afghanistan...

American Flag, of course, 10th Mountain Division Flag and Army Flag

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Glass and Stones Collections

While in a locate bead shop, I spied some lovely colorful faceted glass in an elongnated tear drop shape that I right then decided to buy and make jewelry with.

The green faceted glass matches the peridot stones perfectly
and carnelian and yellow jade make colorful earrings with the green glass

  Faceted yellow glass, cherry quartz, faceted clear glass rondelles and pink glass  made with
   Mother of Pearl inside the glass.

Yellow glass with coral and amazonite

Pink glass with mother of pearl bead

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Spring Fashion Color

Hello, I'm back!  Everywhere I look color is in the air, fashion mimicks nature.  Think bird of paradise, red roses, hydrangea, geraniums, lavender,foilage...the list goes on...amethyst, lapis, turquoise, emeralds, colors all from the Earth.  This is my inspiration for my jewelry designs for the spring and summer, but don't forget accents of neutrals, and I love neutrals,  or  vice versa...your inspirations?   As they say, (they are us), a picture is worth a thousand words...