Monday, November 16, 2009

Much Ado About Something

I love when my components go out and work in the hands of designers. They turn into beautiful pieces.

When someone takes a chance with some of my pieces, to make something creative that they hope will excite someone to buy the earrings, bracelet or necklace, it makes me want to make even more interesting and fun pieces.

It especially makes me happy when I check their shop and find that the pieces made with one of my components have been successful!

I don't always get to know the folks who use my little pewter goodies.

But when I do, it just adds to the fun for me.

These pieces were all made by Kathy at JewelsbyKat, a lovely person from Canada that I've had the good fortune to get to know a bit.

Aren't they great?


SummersStudio said...

Lovely pieces. Kat's done a fabulous job of incorporating beautiful components into her design.

TesoriTrovati said...

Really, really nice! I love locks and keys so I was very excited to see these! It is so nice to know the designers behind the components. I think it makes the piece all the more special and precious. Enjoy the day! Erin

Marie Cramp said...

Lovely and fun!! I love seeing what people are doing with the pieces they purchase even if I did not make them. TFS


Riki Schumacher said...

VERY fun! Really like them all. Great assemblage.

Julie said...

Yes, they are great - your components add something special to the your work can bring pleasure to the new owner of this lovely jewelry - isn't that what it's all about - spreading joy? xo Julie

kat said...

Hi Lynn, thanks so much for the blog and also to everyone who left all the lovely comments. I really appreciate it. I had so much fun creating jewelry with your pieces and can't wait to do more soon.

LLYYNN - Lynn Davis said...

Kat, it's been such a pleasure co-conspiring with you, you give wholeness and life to the components with such beauty!

Locks, and keys, and roulette wheels - whee!

SueBeads said...

Those are all so great! I particularly love the first one, but they are all wonderful!