I’m envisioning the six distinct blues of the Mediterranean, with a little chartreuse phosphorus thrown in! What better style to make with these colors than a waterfall necklace. Meanwhile the snow slowly slowly ebbs from our yard. The lavender I … Continue reading
Last year at this time we were about to move and I had a gigantic house sale which was very successful. It felt fabulous to move all those items on to other owners. But I never dreamed I’d be doing … Continue reading
I’m defying our current weather and celebrating heat! So, this one’s called Havana.
I’m all over the place today, as you can see. I’m thrilled to have completed another set of cushion covers for the wicker chair that I “aged” with grey paint a few months ago. I also wanted to share a … Continue reading
Last year I worked on a series of small faux Sevres snuff boxes. I finally got around to adding the vintage rosary chains that I always envisioned them suspended on. I’ve got several of these to finish. I don’t know … Continue reading
So I call it Borgia! Large dark turquoise glass faceted stones and a handmade pendant–this one’s crying out to be worn to the opera. BTW–please check out my Green Goddess Vintage facebook page and if you like it, please feel … Continue reading
It seems about 10 feet long, but I finished it! Now I just have to block it and start on the hat.
As I said a couple of posts ago, I’ve been working on this patina project for a few weeks–building up layers of homemade gesso and paint–but the MOST fun was distressing it! It’s now finished and temporarily on our mantel. … Continue reading
This is one of my new favorites…Heliotrope. The colors are magical, but this photo doesn’t capture them very well. Those dangling crystals are deep blue-purple. I’ve just started a series of necklaces based on my favorite flowers–many of which are … Continue reading
I stumbled across the coolest photo manipulation site yet–Photofunia. Maybe everyone knows about this already, but there are over 300 treatments you can choose from–inserting a photo into any of them. I’m going insane slotting in my new jewelry shots–but … Continue reading