Thursday, October 28, 2010

Charms

I have not been very active on my blog. Well it all started with a soldered charm I made for my friend Linda. She celebrates Halloween and decks out her home every year. I am always invited to the "open house" held by the people on her block, they go all out for this holiday. so as a token of appreciation I try to make or bring a little something as a thank you. This year it was a coffin shaped charm with her initial "L" in drippy red glitter, and some scary little clown children on the back (I should have asked, it seems Linda has a real aversion to clowns, who knew?)
From there it has snowballed to making them for friends of Linda's and mine. I have to tell you working with the lead-free solder is a pain, but I am having a lot of fun. I have been fortunate enough to sell a few of them, and have had interest from a local store. I just wanted to share what I have been up to. I feel so neglectful but with work I do not get much time to get online it seems.
Well I hope you like them!
****Check out my blog shoppe (upper right hand corner button) for charms and prices.

2 comments:

R.Maria Sabina(Lollyrot) said...

awwwwwww . so much work!love the details and the design is different. you r magical.

Her Art Nest said...

Beautiful charms, Deb. Wow! You rock! Hugs, Nance