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With Easter around the corner, what better way to put to good use the foil that your Easter Bunnies came wrapped in. Jeannette Jansen had a stylish solution: The 3600 kcal necklace. And if that sounds like way too many calories, then you could always opt for the 60kcal pin. Brilliant!
The weather in Cape Town is pretty miserable today and in a sad attempt to cheer myself up I went hunting for fabulously sparkly things. Tearose Workshop have some really dainty and special pieces that you simply have to check out.
I dream of one day having my own Cuckoo Clock, I love the idea of it chiming and ticking loudly, sort of reminds me of my childhood. In the interim I wouldn’t mind one of these delightful little Cuckoo Clock brooches. Made by Vienna Horses, you have to check out all the other gorgeous pieces, like a wolf with a bird in his tummy and a dreamy bird cloud brooch. Really cute.
Wow arent these amazing, they are made from fake moss and polyurethane. Arthur Hash is a very talented jewelry designer from the US.
Wow, I simply have to have one of these gorgous peices. The delicate little details really do appeal to the magpie in me. Have a look at Daughter of Luxury.
The magpie in me couldn’t resist putting up this link, gorgeous hand crafted silver over glass. Small Things is the brain child of Teresa Robinson.
Lladro Re-Cyclos Magical collection is a really delicate handmade porcelean collection of magic forest creatures.
mmm bokkies, I really love bokkies and these are damn cute
The jewelry pieces are created from found objects by Ducth designer Ineke Otte, on the left are little ceramic souvenirs from Holland and right is made from laminated ivy leaves. Very clever indeed.
The magnificent ceramic rings where originally created by dipping second hand fur into porcelain… really spectacular.
Creating something lovely out of found objects really is a joy. Check out Alison Woodward’s collection of beautiful vintage inspired jewelry at Reverie