Her rose focal is Cold Porcelain, a technique she has personally mastered and shares here via a tutorial: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CheriesPottery The little leaves and and flowers are new acrylic sprinkled with baby rhinestones.....and the colors are like fresh pineapple and tangerine juice. LOVELY!
Earrings like these are always fun to make, and spring/summer is a great time to focus on a new body of earrings to share with your customers, friends and those you love to gift. Maybe you'll be a bride this June? Why not consider making your own earrings? Or perhaps you are attending a wedding or special event? Earrings like these are bound to get second glances and commentary.
At the B'sue Boutiques Creative Group at Facebook we are blessed with so many talented artisans who make such glorious earrings. I particularly love styles that combine assemblage with a little beading. Manu Roue who sells at A Little Market http://www.alittlemarket.com/boucles-d-oreille/boucles_d_oreille_d_or_et_d_orange_-3991527.html made these pretty earrings which combine ribbon roses with chain dangles:
These are easy-peasy but what makes them sing are the color choices, the texture in the beads as well as the addition of the pretty rhinestone rondelles, both new and vintage.
Summery fun with paints and patinas, disc on disc, with a tiny bit of bling and a charm from Janet Wilson:
Over the top from Monica Rangne of Mocki Design; assemblage of hand-tinted brass and ceramic roses, along with vintage bling:
Find a whole body of work by Mocki in this style at http://www.etsy.com/shop/MockiDesigns
These are funky little numbers that incorporate watch parts in a glass vial, some charms and heishi beads, from B'sue....made from things you can pick up at B'sue Boutiques
These earrings were made long ago in my workshop, from acrylic rivoli, ceramic flowers, bits and pieces of rhinestone chain. I used to make many earrings like these, but this pair, I kept.
So.....are you going to get out some baubles and beads, and make a pair to share with us at the B'sue Boutiques Creative Group ?
I hope you will come and join us one day soon!