Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Necklace with Glass Pendant

In my last post, I mentioned that I made a necklace using one of Sue Ubertini's glass pendants and how much I loved it.

I am posting a picture of it here so that you can see why I love it so much.


This past weekend I was at a local craft show where I met a wonderful glass artist, Sue Ubertini. I was so impressed by her beautiful glass art that I spent more time looking at her table than I did watching mine.

By the end of the show I was able to exchange one of my necklaces for a glass pendant. I love the piece that I was able to make with this so much that I have decided I am going to keep it for myself. Her glass pendant made this particular necklace very special. For any other jewelry designer that might be interested in Sue's gorgeous work, I will be including her links here so that you can contact her. Let me say, that her work is even more wonderful in person than it is in the pictures

This very talented lady has been in love with glass art and sculpture for many years and subsequently took classes at Corning Glass and also learned fusing basics fom Sasha Zhitneva. She is also fascinated with cameo glass and has been experimenting with the technique and has successfully created some beautiful pieces.

You can see more of her work at:

and for more information on how her pieces ae created go to:

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Some Of My Latest Jewelry

I have been very bad these last few months, but I made up for it in the last two weeks by making quite a few new necklaces.

I guess I'm inspired because the weather has gotten warmer here and I will be doing craft shows again. Nice weather always seems to get me motivated.

I have already listed some of these in my etsy shop and I will be listing some more this week. I hope I can keep this up. Feels good to finally be creating again.

I will be doing a blog post on another featured seller and will have that ready next week. So many talented people and I hope to be bringing a lot more of them to you attention this summer.

Talk to you all later. Bye for now.