My Love of Nature’s Confetti There is nothing better than the start of cherry blossom season, for me personally it is my favourite time of year. As the clocks go forward and the evenings become lighter, buds start to form … Read More
Learn to make this pretty robin red breast hanging decoration made with copper wire work and agate beads. This beginner DIY craft project is easy to make, and will guide you through the complete making process. Every step is described and photographed from the preparation of the copper wire, through to the final varnish. Take a rainy day and learn to make your very own Mr Robin, who loves to be hung in a sunny window to bring you year round cheer.
A delicate copper wire leaf design with dreamy moonstone, watery pastel green prehnite, rainbow fluorite and labradorite semi-precious gemstones, set on a fine brass chain. The feature lays asymmetrically across the neckline. Inspired by the beauty found in tree leaves, this piece picks out the tones of a leaf caught in a stream, with gentle droplets of dew from the early morning mist. We love the dew drop watery essence of this wire necklace design, capturing the essence of the natural world in women’s jewellery.
A Sea Foam Palette with Spiralling Contours This beautiful pair of earrings are inspired by the crashing waves of the aqua ocean on the shores of the Isle of Wight, designer Nicola’s home. The copper wire is wrapped with the … Read More
A set of two copper stacking bangles with a pretty dappled texture on the front side and finished with paddle shaped ends. A minimal style of jewellery design for those with a Bohemian spirit. These designs leave the copper raw, which are suitable for arthritis sufferers who wish to wear copper directly against the skin.
This pretty copper wrap bangle features a beautiful Botswana agate pebble gemstone as the centre piece. The copper bangle has a distressed patina finish with pretty hammered paddle shapes where the wire ends. Inspired by the pebble beaches found on the beaches and coast line on the South coast of England. With their smooth wave beaten surface and dappled colours of brown, I’m always one to pick a lucky pebble off the beach to place in my pebble pot at home. This minimal style of women’s jewellery is for beach lovers with a Bohemian spirit.
**IMPORTANT SHIPPING INFORMATION** In the run up to the festive season, when doing your Christmas gift shopping online, please bear in mind that my made to order products have a 3 week lead time for making before posting. Ready … Read More
The Beautiful Azure Dragonfly… This sun catcher design is inspired by the ‘Azure’ damselfly, one of the British dragonfly species with bright blue green metallic colourings, she is a shimmering beauty! She is adorned with rainbow fluorite, labradorite, table-cut glass … Read More
Today is the autumnal equinox, when night and day are roughly equal lengths. I am always inspired by the beautiful changing colours of the Japanese maple leaf (Momiji) as the days become cooler and damp hangs in the air. … Read More
Here’s a look into the copper wire work process during the making of my ‘Fern Frond‘ pendant. This piece celebrates the uncurling fronds of the beautiful woodland fern plant and is adorned with Chinese Jadeite and agate semi-precious gemstones. Mix raw … Read More
Celebrating the beauty of little garden birds… Here’s a look into the copper wire work process during the making of my ‘Blue Tit in Flight’ suncatcher decoration. This piece was one of the most complicated designs I have made to … Read More
My ocean waves collection of wire work designs has grown and I do admit to being an ocean obsessed artist. Here are just a few of my sea shore pieces inspired by living on the Isle of Wight … Read More