Thursday, March 15, 2012

Ready for More Eye Candy?

I know, I know, I have been posting jewelries a lot lately, but once I started working with pretty cabochons and other parts I couldn't stop! I LOVE fabrics, whether I am making a quilt or doing a refashion, but it is equally fun, exciting, and refreshing to make jewelries. Do you like the necklaces above?

I also made some rings. How about pink and pepper mint green?

Or maybe gray speaks to you better?

These are one of my favorite rings. So springy. :)

I totally agree with the statement "money (or things) can't buy happiness", but cheerful pieces of jewelry certainly makes our day a bit brighter don't you agree?

I also wanted to say thank you for kind comments about the necklace I shared in my last post. There are many people interested in purchasing the necklace, but I don't have the exact parts to create the same necklace. As of right now, I don't think I am going to make them for sale, but you know, I never say never. I am thinking about listing some of my jewelries on my Etsy shop, but it depends on how busy I am with other obligations and such...but really, thank you SO, So, much for your interest, I appreciate it!!

One more thing... The giveaway for Olive Garden is ending soon; make sure to enter for a chance to win the $100 gift certificate here


NanaDiana said...

What beautiful pieces! They are gorgeous! xo Diana

Spittin-Toad said...

Lovely....You make me want to start making jewelry again!!!
Thanks for the inspiration!

Lauren said...

Wow! Gorgeous! Could you put up a tutorial?

Jill Elaine said...

I love them all! I want to be the first to know when you start putting them on etsy!! LOL!!

Cristina said...

These are beautiful Sachiko!!! I love them all! You so talented! I think you need to teach me how to do this :)

Darla Mae said...

I LOVE the gray ring!!! How pretty everything is!! Darlene

Tatkis said...

Wow, those new jewellry pieces are adorable!


Rhonda Devine said...

So lovely--thank you for sharing your talent with your readers.


One of my dear friends, June Fuentes, lived part of her youth in Japan too:)

Celia said...

You are SO talented! I have spent the last hour just wandering through your blog and everything you make is just beautiful! I especially love your necklaces -- definitely let us know if you start selling them on Etsy!

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