Finally have the Etsy store up and running again.
This piece of amber deliciousness is available here.
I’m still in shock. $22 for a styrofoam… I repeat, a styrofoam ball for craft projects. I saw it with my very own eyes at Michael’s Arts and Crafts Store this evening – and I would have taken a picture if I had my camera. And we crazy ass Etsyian sea glass jewelry makers are charging the equivalent for handmade, sterling silver necklaces.
Starving, bloody artists. Always and Forever.
I’m crabby and I need sleep. But here’s my latest called Wordy.
My jewelry supplies arrived yesterday from Artbeads.com and Etsy. I’m really happy with the quality. I used a sterling silver pinch bail and a sterling silver plated chain. This baby is a keeper! My six-year old found it this summer. I begged and pleaded for a trade, and she obliged. (She got a really old, really cooked brown) that I found. She wouldn’t dare let me sell this pendant – and I wouldn’t even think of it. I am officially hooked on making sea glass jewelry!
Brown and amber sea glass. There are so many shades. I love them all.
Brown is the second most common colour of sea glass, but despite its position on the rarity chart it’s one of the most beautiful colours. I love it’s richness and the way the sun shines through it so deliciously.