Sunday, October 16, 2011

Welcome

Welcome to my blog of my custom jewerly. I hope you enjoy & any comments or feedback are quite welcomed!

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This piece I created for a friend of mine. I used a photo of her lovely Saluki, Za'har & sent it as a surprise for her.

This piece was also created for the same friend as Za'har's piece was for. This piece is a memorial of her beloved Saluki girl,  Boushi. 

This piece is also a memorial piece created for another friend of her beloved Saluki girl, Aurora.
All above pieces were created as gifts from my heart to my dear friends.



A jewelry case full of photo jewerly & beaded earrings. I love creating these items. I just love the way the sun catches the brilliance of glass beads. I mostly use glass beads in my pieces.



The three photos above are beaded lariats. Made to simply slip over your head for name badges & such. They all come with a clip as well.
Here are 3 samples of my macrame necklaces. I like to use a soft cotton cord rather than hemp & I also like to use glass beads & pendants in my pieces. The macrame cords work well with the photo pieces as well.

These pieces are macrame anklets. Just a plain simple feel good item!
These pieces are macrame bracelets, again, using glass beads.

I also make chokers. These chokers are fun to make & can be used for either people or dog jewerly! I can customize them for either purpose.






Along with the chokers, I've started making bracelets of the same design as well, but without the pendants of course.

I hope you've enjoyed my creations
~ Thank you for stopping in~

If you are interested in any products or custom work, please feel free to contact me at
CreationsByCyn(at)aol.com

12 comments:

  1. Outstanding! I had a bead shop for six years. I still have chests of beads and cord and whatever. I had a going out of business sale and sold most but I still have enough that I could open a small shop!

    Love your stuff... we made dog collars, leashes, bookmarks... sold hemp clothing and products as well as cord.

    Wish we did live closer! rats!

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  2. Your chokers are amazing they look so pretty on those furry little necks.
    I love the way you do your bead work and the way you work the copper wire. Very very nice. B

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  3. Thanks Carolyn, one day we'll meet up & just make something for fun!
    Thank you for the nice compliments Buttons!
    Happy Thanksgiving to ya'll! :-)

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  4. Those are b-e-a-u-t-i-ful!!! Seriously. My daughter dabbles in jewelry making when she's not chasing her 3 young boys around and I studied it during my short stint in college....how to weld different metals together. I made a ring out of silver, gold and bronze think it was but nothing as pretty as these.

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  5. Thank you Winderly! I think it would be fun to do the kind of stuff you mentioned. I just wish I had more time, I seem to be very short of that lately.

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  6. Hey, how did you get that one picture to spark like that? I find it impossible to capture the glint of glass, and especially crystal.

    Are you selling? Are you on Etsy?

    Roxanne
    The Good Luck Duck

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  7. Roxanne, I try to shoot where I can get a lot of light, sometimes the sun helps. But it's kind of a gamble on how they turn out because the sun can also wash out photos. I'm getting these ready to sell. Trying to decide where to put them. I have an etsy account, but nothing moved there! I'm guessing to get traffic there, you really have to promote it in other venues? I don't know. Have ya'll had any luck with it?

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  8. The photos are really great. They show off the jewelry so well. Love the dog models!

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  9. Awesome, neat idea to make beaded collars for dogs. Never seen those before but I think they look great. Would they hold up with the tugging of a leash or are they more decoration?

    I don't have a dog yet but maybe one day. I think these look funky and beautiful. I really like the green wooden bead one.

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  10. Thanks Theresa, no, you can't put a lead on them. They are more for decoration than function. I think, if I'm not mistaken, the dog with the green one on bought it! ;-)
    His name is Kai. A real sweetheart!

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  11. Hi, Nice post thanks for sharing. Would you please consider adding a link to my website on your page. Please email me back.

    Thanks!

    Joel
    JHouston791@gmail.com

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