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November 26th, 2011
October 8th, 2011
Halloween is fast approaching, and that means lot of spooky treasuries are appearing! I love love love this season. Here’s a treasury that features my Corpse Bride Barrette Set.
I made these in honor of all things Burtonesque. Cute barrettes made from pearly cadaver-skin blue are perfect for Halloween. I sculpted the bones from polymer clay and painstakingly added tiny black stitches which wrap around. I also brushed on silver and black accents for texture and depth.
And here’s the treasury:
February 1st, 2011
February 1st, 2011
The month of February brings Valentines Day, with all its saccharine sweet candy, roses and cupids. Um, forget that! As you probably know, I have a slight obsession with hearts and make a few dark, creepy pieces of heart jewelry. Some of my fellow Etsians seized on the anti-Valentines theme, too, and they’ve created some awesome treasuries. Had to share these with you. I’ll be posting several over the next couple of days.
June 7th, 2010
nosperpectua has scoured Etsy’s depths for the best suckers to add to her latest treasury. Nope, not the sucker born every minute. This time we’re talking tentacles, cephalopods, nautilus, octopus – the suckers of the sea. She was gracious enough to include my Royal Blue Neon Nautilus Earrings (see top right) in her collection. Click the image below to view the entire thing.
I made these earrings from blue vintage fan-shaped acrylic charms, matching glass cathedral beads, and silver components. Now, you might be a bit surprised to see a Gearbunny item that’s not polymer clay. Although I have a soft spot for clay I always keep my eyes open for other inspiring materials. When I spotted those vintage fan beads at a Chelsea flea market, I couldn’t resist and knew they’d make a kick-ass pair of earrings. The pair I created in hot pink already sold out! These are one-of-a-kind so grab them before they disappear into the deep.