Proceeds from the FVRG stalls at the Craft Fayre will help fund Fierce Valley Roller Girls team, ‘Parma Violents’, in their next bout (This is their second public outing - playing away at the Belfast Roller Derby) If you would like to know more about Roller Derby and the FVRC check out their website www.fvrg.co.uk
Tuesday, 17 April 2012
Monday, 16 April 2012
My next jewellery workshop - Make a Multi-Strand "Floating" Necklace
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of projects at Resonate Arts House
Learn how to make a multi-strand "floating" necklace using basic beading and crimping techniques.
Saturday May 5th 2012, 10am-12noon. Workshop cost is £20 - All tools and materials provided, plus light refreshments of course! You will create a beautiful necklace to take home with you.
Beginners are very welcome!
Beginners are very welcome!
Resonate Arts house, Unit A3 North Castle Street, Alloa, FK10 1EU
To book phone 01259 928014 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, 6 April 2012
Ok, So Spring has finally arrived! But I have to acknowedge the snow that we had on 3rd of April, here is a pic of what I woke up to on Tuesday morning, we got away with a light dusting of snow here, but I heard that other areas had quite a lot of the white stuff!
The weather here never fails to surprise me
Right, lets get back to spring time! The other week I was delighted to find that one of my rose rings had been featured in this beautiful Etsy treasury "Through A Rose Tinted Lens" To view please click on the image below
Click image to visit Etsy treasury
This treasury was curated by Scottish based Etsy artist Pat Longmuir, owner of Etsy shop "PatsParaphernalia" click HERE to visit her Etsy Shop which specialises in polymer clay (I LOVE her range of hand made polymer clay buttons) and needle felting. To keep with the spring flower theme, I am posting a pic of her beautiful needle felted rose brooch
Click image to view this Etsy listing
While I'm on the subject of Etsy finds, the same day that I discovered Pat's shop I was also lucky enough to discover this wonderful Etsy shop Lincara Vintage (click HERE to visit shop) Specialising in vintage costume jewellery, evening bags and powder compacts. This is a lovely shop full of vintage treasures and every time I visit it there are new items listed. I was also delighted to discover that the shop owner is local to me, because Etsy is so vast I always get excited when I find shops that are based in Scotland, but even more so when the shop owner is in my area (Stirling)! Here are some goodies from Lincara vintage...
Sticking with the spring theme, more roses! Click image to view listing.
A lovely piece vintage glamour, click image to view listing
Well that's all for now, enjoy checking out the above Etsy links, and lets hope the snow stays away!