Thursday, 27 August 2009

Friday Roundup

This week I woke to 3 sales on Monday morning, which was lovely! I finished my last custom order and I posted my first item to Israel. I decided this week to try and stock up my shop as much as possible as I am going to be extremely busy with the day job over the next few weeks and I doubt if I'll get as much done. I now have over 110 items in stock and have just bought some new pearls in more autumn colours.

This week I listed a few new memory wire bracelets.

This one in Olive and Gold is made from olive glass beads with antiqued gold spacers.

This Amber one is a bit bigger than I usually make. It has 6 coils but it reminds me of tribal bracelets and seems to work well with the extra coil.

I've still been making the pearl Bubbles bracelets though I'm trying to make a few with 2 or more colours now. This Black Cherry Bracelet is a mix of black and dark red pearls.

And finally I used dark purple and bubblegum pink together in this Candy Bubbles Bracelet

I'd really appreciate some feedback on the mixed colours in the Bubbles bracelets and if you have any ideas for autumn/fall mixes I'd love to hear them!

Also, I'm offering free wordlwide shipping this weekend in my Etsy shop.


  1. you have a great feel for colour! the olivine is my fave x

  2. Way to go on the sales! I think I'd pass out if I had that many in one day :) I have to agree, I think the olive is my favorite, though the amber is a close second.

  3. I love the new bracelets, Maisy's right you are great with colours. What about a dark purple and black maybe?

  4. thank you! I like the idea of dark purple and black Leanne, so watch this space!

  5. I just love what you have done with the bubble bracelet, I think that navy and mustard would be pretty amazing too.
    xoxo Agnes

  6. mustard and navy - great idea thanks!

  7. Oooo, I love the Black Cherry bracelet! Lovely as usual!

    PS I wonder if any of those 3 sales on Monday were related to the bracelet forum post from Sunday? I hope so :)

  8. Ah my mother would lovelove your bracelets - I may have to come back for Christmas shopping!