Brain of a scientist, heart of an artist, soul of a slightly inebriated ninja assassin. Writes SF and erotic romance. Never claimed to color inside the lines.
The 11th Doctor and Amy Pond, in plush doll format.
Christmas present earrings for three lovely ladies. Of course, who's getting what is a secret...
I have to say, I'm really pleased with this set of steampunk earrings. Hopefully the client will feel the same way
And then I threw lights around the live oak and retaining wall just for the heck of it.
Not bad for the first pass. I still think we need an LED reindeer, though.
@emoontx The first sock, about 1/3 through the cuff.
[zelda rubenstein]This office...is clean.[/zelda rubenstein]
30 years ago. I would give a major organ for an hour's talk with this girl.
It's also very obvious where Mike and my dad got their dress sense from.
Found pictures of my paternal grandfather during WWII. He could be my nephew Mike's older brother.
The sterling earrings I cobbled together out of upcycled findings. Total cost -- $7. Actual worth -- priceless.
And Reine du Cuivre is done! Now to prep it in Etsy for loading and sale tomorrow.
Really, this explains a lot about me, don't you think?
The nice thing about this is that I can swap out the copper gear for a green crystal, depending on the buyer.
Made myself stay up by working on this. Obviously it's not finished, but I'm thinking a choker. And now, to sleep.
How to get this shot: spread your hair across your desk, lay bracelet on hair, prop camera on nose, pray.
I now have the means to make fire. Super hot, pinpoint fire. Muwahahahahahaha...
Jessie, providing quality control in the Fletcher sweatshop. "No, no, use the green one. And fetch me some tuna."
Someone commented on FB that my Carnivàle bracelet looks like bubbles. And it does -- kinda festive, no?
Last piece of jewelry for the weekend -- Sanguinity necklace and earrings. Already sent off to my niece Meredith.
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