Sunday, 5 July 2015

Another year past

I have just finished my second year of university! Finally.
It has definitely had its ups and downs and the studying hasn't yet ceased for this year. 
I shall just get on with it and show you everything I have made since my last post!

I am starting to sell one off original artwork, this being one of them. Norman Reedus who plays Daryl Dixon in the Walking Dead. This has been done in Promarkers on Canvas paper. 

The two pictures above are from a recent stall in the Byram Arcade in Huddersfield.

All of the above are some small Fimo makes 

All of these trees are made from real gemstones (Unikite, Malachite, Amethyst, Goldstone, Sodalite and Tigerseye) with coated aluminium wire, mounted on a variety of stone ranging from rock with lots of quartz to shells from local sea sides and stones from the Cairngorms in Scotland. 

Another beaded dragon! 

This was by far my favourite Fimo creation (it took forever!). It is another mushroom village, but it can be used as a planter. 

Another mushroom village ornament and some more cheeky minions! 

Thank you for looking! Will keep updated more over summer in between work, uni and crafting of course! 

Have a nice week! 

Thursday, 26 March 2015

projects and pox

Haven't been here in a while, but thought I would update on some recent projects. :)

None of these are from the last week as, despite being 20, I have come down with chicken pox, I suppose it was inevitable since I didn't have it as a child, but it really is a pain!

I haven't been selling anything, just creating new designs and ideas.

The above are both Miyuki tila and super duo beaded bracelets that follow a scalloped shape.

Mushroom castle complete with mini dragon

Winter mushroom candle holder

Isle of Berk from How to Train Your Dragon made from clay on slate.

My first attempt at a mushroom village complete with tiny glow in the dark mushroom street lamps, a mini waterfall, some mining pickaxes and train-cart full of coal and a little owl.

Finally a Jasper wire tree mounted on a quarts rock.

Bye for now!
Lucy xx