Tuesday, February 2, 2010

ANOTHER PAIR


Again with the earrings, I know, BUT, every day is a good earring day for me! I have to say that there is nothing quite like the pleasure I get out of working with metal. It is hard to desribe, but I think some of it comes from the physical process of working with it, pounding, and manipulating. There is something about it being raw, pure, unaltered, and I can alter it. I really enjoy making my own jump rings as I have here, I almost feel guilty when on occassion I don't. These are now listed in my etsy shop.....here.



Aaaaaand, a start of a new calender month. Thought I might lighten up from last month, but now that it is down on paper I'm not liking it too much. I never go for light, it is not comfortable with me. I will leave it for now, but I am thinking I will do something else to it as I go. I'm going to give myself some time though and see if I can leave it alone!

If your looking for my One World One Heart giveaway...it's right HERE. I would lovbe it if you would visit!

17 comments:

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Riki Schumacher said...

Hi Sharon, these earrings are fabulous! I love them. Thanks for sharing. And thanks for the kind comment you left, so very warm, and very appreciated. You're entered in the contest. Thanks again, Riki

stregata said...

Wonderful earrings, Sharito! And I like your February spread!

Cindy said...

Sharon...another beautiful pair of earrings! I saw on a blog - now I can't remember which one - but there was a 30 day earring challenge going on...and I thought of you right away! I bet you could do it (on top of all of the other challenges you're involved in!). Can't wait to see how you fill up the month of February...the calendar is looking good so far!

Narrative jewelry said...

They are beautiful Sharon and very elegant. So charming !

SueBeads said...

Beautiful earrings!

Adventures with Millie Making Jewelry said...

I need your secret for perfect jump rings...wow! I have such trouble making them. Beautiful earrings!

Terri Kahrs said...

I love seeing your metal work, Sharon, and your latest 'sparklers' are gorgeous as always.

Also love your calendar background. Don't be afraid of heading to "the light"!!! I'm sure you'll find a way to make is 'sing' in your own style! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Judy said...

I know what you mean about working with metal..I love it too! The earrings are so lovely. I never go without wearing earrings, it would be like being naked.

thekathrynwheel said...

No, no, leave the February page just as it is! I LOVE it, the colour pops! And I love the heart stamps :-)

Esther said...

beautiful my Sharon!! very pures, and what a light on these earrings!!

Jenny said...

Wonderful earrings! I'm glad I stumbled upon your blog. I've just started working with metal myself, and feel so overwhelmed by it! I hope to enjoy it like you do one day soon. Thanks for sharing.

Marilyn Rock said...

I never tire of seeing your beautiful earrings. No exception here! Lovely! Your new calendar is cool! xxoo

Liz Revit said...

Sharon, it was so good to see you the other day!

The earrings in this post are lovely.

Lenna Andrews said...

beautiful earrings, sharon!! the wire wrapping of course reminds me of the amber piece on my own little love necklace, constantly worn!
xoxoxo lenna

The Joy of Nesting said...

Oh Sharon,

I really like these!! One of my favorite stone colors and all those lovely metal circles!!!!Perfection!! And I know exactly what you mean about playing with the wire. Even the guilty part about jump rings!! :) Course all I can get here are jump rings made with really soft metals. and I have had too many things lost because of an open jump ring :(

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mx.

sanda reynolds Mullingar,Ireland said...

Lovely, lovely, lovely, Sharon! The earrings are so beautiful, love the warmth of the hessonite combined with the vintage elegance of the oxidized silver! Superb!!! The January page is fabulous!
Lots of love, Sanda xx

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