Easing into fall

Easing into fall

I’m being kind of obsessed with rings lately. I hope that you’ll enjoy these photos of rings in various settings.

Sunshine and turquoise, woodland and botanical rings, rough gemstones, seeds, pods and clusters. I love mixing them together and playing with different combinations.

Aqua blue crystal earrings against the soft afternoon light.
Aqua blue crystal earrings against the soft afternoon light.
A walk into the woods is the best way to unwind.
A walk into the woods is the best way to unwind.

Summer keepsakes make the transition into fall easier. These new sea urchins are the biggest so far with a diameter of 2 cm. And one of the seashells was immediately turned into a pendant.

Adjustable silver bracelets and their new packaging. The new cards are finally ready!
Adjustable silver bracelets and their new packaging. The new cards are finally ready!

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Rings, earrings & ear jackets

Rings, earrings & ear jackets

I’m very excited about the new pieces that I’ve been making these days! The square moonstone earrings are adorned with fire agates.

Blue tourmaline and faceted marquise ring in black platinum plated sterling silver.

I'm kind of obssesed with the new marquise and triangle ear jackets. Available in different finishes and So many ways to wear them
I’m kind of obsessed with the new marquise and triangle ear jackets. Available in many different finishes and there are multiple ways to wear them.
...plus a new batch of handmade pouches using my new stamp.
...plus a new batch of handmade pouches using my new stamp.

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Tying up loose ends

Tying up loose ends

This week was about completing all those half finished projects, tying up loose ends, finally using bits and pieces that were laying on the bench for months. Everything seems to be falling into place and ideas are flowing.

The rosette ring got a new look, I had it black platinum plated and have added a tiny little sparkling tourmaline in the centre.

One of my favourite raw stones is the apatite. Here, I've combined it with a triangular band.
One of my favourite raw stones is the apatite. Here, I’ve combined it with a triangular band.
Another project that was waiting patiently to be finished! Macrame bracelet with a sterling silver fish motif.
Another project that was waiting patiently to be finished! Macrame bracelet with a sterling silver fish motif.
I've been thinking of making hoops for a while, this custom order gave me the chance to do so.
I’ve been thinking of making hoops for a while, this custom order gave me the chance to do so.
Last but not least, some production work that I'm doing these days.
Last but not least, some production work that I’m doing these days.

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Studio time

Studio time

Now that I’m back in the studio, I can honestly say that I missed spending time here, I missed my tools and most of all I missed the creative process.

Before I go and between my travels, I had finished all the orders that I could.

I had also finished a new macrame feather bracelet but somehow forgot to post it.

These days, besides some production work, I got back into the habit of making rings and I’m really enjoying it. As you can probably tell, I’m so behind with the Ring-a-Day project but I hope that eventually, I will catch up.

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Summer adventures

Summer adventures

What an amazing August this has been! The highlight was our thru-hike at Dolomites, Italy. We spent one unforgettable week crossing the Altavia 1 of the Italian Alps. Breathtaking views, endless hours of hiking, swimming in alpine lakes and experiencing new challenges each day, all in the company of good friends.

Last, a quick overnight stop at the beautiful Venice.

And then it was time to enjoy the sea! So we’ve packed our rucksacks again and went to a quiet little spot at Cyclades. Sikinos island was just what we were looking for, perhaps even more.

There’s more about my summer travels on Instagram.

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