Saturday, February 28, 2015

Update 2015

Good morning everyone. As you can see it's been a long time since I blogged.  I am still battling my Breast cancer but continuing to kick Cancer butt.  I received a new Aussie puppy in October 2014 and he is the joy of my life along with my 11 year old Frankie, pug face.  I am containing with my flame painting and enameling.  Here are samples of my work.  You can buy my work at my Etsy store or face book

Saturday, February 01, 2014

Fusing Projects

Hi everyone....Starting to do some fusing and love working with glass.  Glass is my passion.  I am doing dichoric glass pendants, wind chimes, flower plant stakes and sun catchers.  I am starting to list them in my Etsy store.  I will take pictures today to show you.  You can go to my Facebook Page also to see them.

Have a wonderful weekend. 

Saturday, January 04, 2014

Happy 2014

Happy New Year everyone.  This is going to be a wonderful and happy 2014.   I am flame painting today in my studio and posting the findings on my Etsy store,  You will receive 30% off total order through Januay 2014.  Grab your coffee or tea and check out my shop.

My flame painting is becoming a passion of mine.  The colors that come out of the copper is amazing.  Just by holding the flame a certain way and the air around you can also change the way your colors pop out.  I just finished this wire wrapped bracelet.  The copper bracelet has flames of different colors.  I flamed painted the washer and added my wrapped my enameled headpins.  It sits perfectly on my wrist.  I will post the bracelet later today.

Have an amazing New Year and please share this post with a friend.

Monday, November 04, 2013

Hi everyone. It has been a long time since I posted here. I was to tell you I am hosting a Oregonmadejewelry Trunk Show on November 23, 2023 at 9:00am to 9:00pm. All my flame painted components, lampwork and jewelry will be for sale. You can either buy or bid on each item. I have posted a sample of items which will be for sale.

Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Flame painting is done with only the heat of a torch. You continue to add layers and layers of heat making the colors just pop. It can be very tricky especially if there is a lot of humidity. One piece can take 30 minutes. I immediately seal the component to maintain the colors. All my components are for sale...special order..comment if you are interested in purchasing. Happy beading