November 29, 2011

Branch Hooks

I made these branch hooks out of a scrap piece of wood and a bunch of collected twigs.
I carved off the bark and flattened the backs of each twig with a knife and glued
the bare branches to the board. They can't support a whole ton of weight,
but they are perfect for hanging jewelry and other light things.

November 22, 2011


taking pleasure in simple black and white - pen and ink markings.

Geometric Pendants

I am thrilled to post about this new collection of geometric beads I have been working on.
They are carved out of polymer clay. The colours are all hand-mixed acrylic paint,
so each colour combination is completely unique and one-of-a-kind.

It's been a while since I worked with so much colour,
so I am really excited with how these turned out. They are for sale in my shop.

November 18, 2011

November 17, 2011

Peas in a Pod + Notebook

A pair of sugar snap peas in pods - for sale in my shop.

And a new notebook I bound - this time just for myself!
Made out of over 20 different kinds of paper using a coptic binding stitch
so that the spine lays nice and flat when open.

November 15, 2011

silver geometric beads

experiments with polymer clay and silver acrylic paint...

November 13, 2011


It's pomegranate season and I can't get enough of the delicious fruit!
The pendant is for sale in my shop.

November 12, 2011


I'm pretty excited about this avocado pendant. Doesn't it look edible?

November 10, 2011

are there jackalope around here?

 A custom order jackalope...

 A new rabbit design - available in my shop!

and another custom order - some silver berries.

November 2, 2011

Scorpion Pendant + a Giveaway!

I made this scorpion pendant as a birthday present for a Scorpio.
Molded out of polymer clay, painted with silver acrylic, and finished with
a protective coat of glossy varnish.

Also, the awesome blog Bloesem is hosting a giveaway of one of my fox pendants.
All you have to do to enter to win is leave a comment on their blog!

November 1, 2011


I made this notebook as a birthday present for a friend.
It is filled with over 15 different types of paper - blank paper, lined paper, grid paper,
tracing paper, card stock, and sprinkled with pages from magazines and art gallery pamphlets.
I hand-cut and bound the pages together and made the cover out of cardboard and an old paper bag.
I am totally in love with the textures of all the different papers,
and I like the idea of using a notebook like this
where inspiration is allowed to flow from the paper itself.