If you read the article “Who am I” you might have noticed that my first contact with beads and beadwork was through “Native American Beadwork”.For more information – also tutorials on the different stitches – check out my other website: www.native-american-beadwork.net I learned a lot so far but always try something new.Last year I beaded […]Read more
This post is a little off-topic since it has nothing to do with beads or creating jewelry. But I wanted to share this little colorful project with you anyway 🙂 Rock Painting is something I know from when I was a child.My mom was a school teacher and also very creative.She took part in seminars […]Read more
A good friend of mine asked if I could make her some personalized gothic jewelry. Since I had some spider charms left from a previous order I searched for all the black and grey beads I had. After my friend told me what beads she liked best, I went on designing. She wanted 2 stretch […]Read more
So much has happened this year. In the middle of all the chaos with corona, pandemic and lock-downs I tried to do business as usual.But that was easier said than done. Although I am lucky and neither my mom nor I did catch the virus (hopefully it stays that way until we get our vaccination […]Read more
I thought of sharing some older pieces with beadwork on them today.
They are inspired by the contemporary native american pieces you can find all around social media and the internet.
A lot has happened in the last six months. Stress at my job – not sooo new but more than usual – and we had (or better still have) the corona crisis which left me energyless and idealess. A few weeks ago I had surgery and now am recuperating. Still trying to find the energy […]Read more
The last few months I had quite a lot to do.So I want to let you in on some of my work. First of all the most important – at least to me:I gave my logo a new look. I thought I should give the whole thing a more personal touch.And since I started painting […]Read more
The mexican holiday ‘Dia de Muertos’ – which translates to Day of the Dead – is getting more and more popular in other parts of the world.In Anglophone Countries it is referred to ‘Dia de los Muertos’.It is a multi-day holiday from October 31st to November 2nd and so coincides with the Western Christian holidays […]Read more
Last weekend I played a little with an idea I got for some more halloween-themed earrings. Like the ones in Halloween is coming – pt1 I used the filligree pieces and the patina inks. Combining them with a little extra for the twist 😉 I also wanna show you how I use the patina inks […]Read more
Halloween is just around the corner 🙂 About 2 weeks ago I had an idea for some lovely earrings. I found those little metallic roses in black. Those filligree pieces I already had.Also those patina inks in the wonderful halloween colors. Those inks are NOT the usual alcohol inks you use when working with polymer […]Read more