I decided to give the resin cabochons a try last night. Don't have the right moulds or the embeds yet, but had a try with some things I had on the making table and used a silicone ice-cube try as the mould :)
I used some miniature Berties and Smarties, some pieces of tapemeasure, some spare steampunk bits and bobs, and a few brass fairy charms and some flatbacks. They came out not too bad and I have already drilled them ready to make pendants.
Just can't wait for the other materials to arrive :)
Been a busy couple of days on the website. I think people are starting to buy Easter gifts. Scrabble jewellery still very popular, and Lego too, but lots of Cans and Candy items being dispatched and also Chocolate Eggs jewellery.
Been to PT this morning which I really enjoyed. Doing fat-burning to try to get my metabolism kick-started. Hard job !!
It's a bit grey and overcast here in Stirling this afternoon. I've hung the washing out and am just about to make my lunch and watch neighbours. How sad am I ?
So I'd better go 'cause it's nearly 1.45 :)
Hope you all have a great day.
Love from Jude xx
- Jude's Jewels
- Stirling, Scotland, United Kingdom
- I love making jewellery of all kinds. Scrabble and Lego jewellery have been popular for a while but now the 50 Shades of Grey range and the Zingy Blobs are selling well too. I make everything from unique gemstone necklace sets to phone charms. I love making tiaras and bridal jewellery and offer a bespoke service. Cufflinks are very much back in fashion and I have a large selection and am always making more. Pop over to the Jude's Jewels website and have a look.