I've been working this week on a bunch of fold form earrings and a wedding order. Leaves have been on my mind, as you'll see, and I'm thinking about an upcoming necklace design that will feature a leafy design, too. Just trying to squeeze all the enjoyment I can from those awesome green summer leaves while we still have them.
First, a pair of pleated copper earrings... these were so much fun to make!
This first pair of leaf earrings makes a big, fun statement -- not for the bashful :-) The hoop assembly is 2 1/8" top to bottom. I actually made them for myself, not being the bashful type! The others are about 1.5" long.
This sparkly piece will be worn this Sunday by a beautiful mom of a gorgeous bride; all sterling silver and Capri blue Swarovski crystals to match the wedding colors. It's a design I originally created for bridesmaids several years back. Hope you like it.
The weather continues to be unbelievably beautiful here. For our friends that were in Irene's path, though, what a cleanup they have on their hands. So much flooding and damage. The Center for Metal Arts in New York, the wonderful place that hosted a workshop I attended in July, had several feet of water fill the first floor studio. It left a 2' mud line all over everything. Fortunately they heeded the storm warning and moved quite a bit of equipment before it hit, but what an awful mess. My thoughts and good wishes go out to everyone dealing with the aftermath right now.
Sue Lacy Wired
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