Last week I blogged about a whole bunch of non-jewellery related gift ideas for Mother’s Day. This week I thought it would be fun to show you what some of the jewellery artists that I admire most are doing.
Any of these would be excellent gifts, and each of these artists has their handmade beads and components available to buy so you can create your own treasure.
Heather Powers of HumbleBeads creates beautiful Polymer Clay beads and focal pendants that she uses in stunning jewellery like this pendant. Heather’s true passion is the beads she creates, also available in her two shops, both of which can be reached from her main page.
|Simply Charming Pendants|
Erin Prais-Hintz of Tesori Trovati creates charming pendants like these two. Like Heather, Erin’s true muse is the beads and components she creates. They are simply stunning and can be found in her 2 stores. Both can be reached from her main page.
|Harbinger Collection Bracelet|
Lorelei Eurto upcycles tin containers into toggle clasps, bead caps and other pretty items like this bracelet. Her Tin Snippets are also available for purchase to make your own creations.
Claire Lockwood of Something to Do makes jewellery using her ceramic beads that are somewhat rustic looking, experimenting with different looks and textures. Claire also sells her handmade beads at Something to Do Beads.
|Modern Primitive Earrings|
Kristi Bowman hand makes metal components from metal clay, as well as Polymer Clay components. She uses her creations in jewellery like these earrings. Kristi also sells her components here.
|Cattails and Spirals Ceramic Earrings|
Cindy Pack of Cindy’s Art & Soul creates beautiful ceramic beads which she then turns into beautiful jewellery, like the earrings above. Cindy also sells her ceramic beads on her website.
There are so many more artists that inspire me, and from whom I have purchased little treasures to create with. I think this gives you a small peak into my world of creative inspiration.
Thanks and have a great day!