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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

My charms!

Here they are ~ not the most beautiful job ever but OK I guess ~ it's nuts to be a perfectionist! I used silver solder so they can be worn on a silver chain. Email me if you think you'd like one ~ 18.00 ea. plus ship. The last photo I flipped them all over to show you the backs!
xxoo





16 comments:

Kagahn said...
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Shop girl said...

These are beautiful, I am so loving this craft. Yours are just perfect to me, but I am learning.
Lets see if I can do as well with time. Hugs, Mary

Pherenike said...

Hi. Every time i come by i have to catch up on three posts. You are so good at posting!

Anyway, just wanted to say the paper pot idea you wrote about a few days ago is an inspired idea - im off to google more info any minute. And your new charms here are sweet!

I had some good news today and am feeling really happy and encouraged about developing my creative business.

I really appreciate the inspiration i get from your commitment, your productivity(you do sooo much!), your enthusiasm, your courage to DO IT, and the way you combine that all to make a living that is in alignment with your personal values and heart.

Enjoy your day. Bye!

Lori said...

stunning!!! they are all so beautiful and i think your soldering looks wonderful:) i am still afraid to use my soldering iron...i like my fingers too much...i'm afraid i'll burn them off...

Emma's Paper Patch said...

i think they look wonderful! i especially like the ones with the eggs and the ones with lace. i just started soldering...thank you for the inspiration.
alissa

Lady Em said...

I love them, especially the little ones, how neat they are. Brent showed me some more tips on making these, but I'm still afraid I might lose a few fingers in the process. Oh well I guess that is what band-aids are for.
I love that picture of you! I miss ya'll so much!! It makes me want to pack up the boys and the dogs and come visit for the weekend. I love ya'll!!
~Emily~
P.S. The fairy book is beautiful, I can't believe it's that old. See fairies are real, they even knew way back when!!

Alice W. said...

So pretty! I would love to learn how to soder...have yet to do so but is on my list of future endeavors! I love your choices for what materials to use...beautiful!

Miss Sandy said...

Beautiful charms but not as beautiful as your sunny smile and soulful eyes. Why are we always so hard on ourselves? I love that you left on your glasses and were the real you in your photo! This is how I will think of you as you are wiling away the hours at your creative ventures!

Bunny B said...

Those are beautiful, Dawn! Love 'em. I esp like the Eiffel Tower one with the writing.

And you have such a sweet smile! :)

Diane said...

Wow those are very nice!!!

Abbie said...

Hi Dawn,
Oh, these are lovely!! what marvelous work and from what i can see, they look perfect!
xoxo~
Abbie

Linda said...

You are so beutiful, and you have a beautiful soul. Your jewelry ain't bad either! I have a similar necklace and wear it every day. Yours are so much prettier, though. Excuse me while I go check the budget... Linda

BailiwickDesigns said...

I love these little charms. A while ago I bought glass and soldering supplies to make my own, but haven't gotten around to it yet. I used to be a stained glass artist, so I'm hoping I can still handle a solder iron! ::Jill

Cottage Dreaming said...

These charms are simply "charming". You have a wonderful creative mind. I'd say there is some talent in there too. I love all of them but the nests really speak to me..smiles. Thank you for sharing your beautiful picture..So nice to put a pretty face with the charms. Have a great day.
Heather

Lynda said...

These are beautiful! They look perfect to me!
xo,
Lynda

Kathy at Shocking Pink Thread said...

Dawn, these charms are just wonderful! I've given this craft a try and it's not nearly as easy as it appears. Your scope of creativity is amazing! ~Kathy

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