Monday, June 25, 2012

At Home with Moi

My blog-writing job is a cake walk tonight, thanks to my good friend Sharon who visited from Colorado about two weeks ago. She was kind enough to write a beautiful story about me and my home studio on her blog, The Teacup Incident. I really encourage you to check it out - her photography is gorgeous and while you're at it, you may enjoy her sketches and recipe ideas!

I joked with her that she made my life look much more glamorous than it actually is! ;)

Here are some new pieces I completed this week for The French Circus.

This necklace is a custom triple-wrap with detachable cameo pendants.

And I've been having so much fun creating pendants with resin! Special thanks to my dad for printing out the images so I could place them in vintage frames.

This light-hearted necklace pays tribute to Joan of Arc and the Statue of Liberty - just in time for the 4th of July!

Sparkling Paris earrings...

This rhinestone pendant features another prayer card image, accented with silver tones and blue apatite.

These earrings were already spoken for by the time I could write this post! I love playing turqouise off black and white... modern yet timeless.

Finally, a handsome piece I call 'the duchess' featuring a dimensional cameo and rhinestones set in goldtone.

I hope you've enjoyed seeing my new pieces as well as the little tour of my home and studio. Many thanks again to Sharon! Have a wonderful week, mes amis! :)


  1. Love love love The Duchess and my fav combo of black, white and turquoise. Gorgeous work!

  2. Great way to start my day - seeing these beautiful creations. What a pretty studio to work in. I need to get back to working on a new workspace for me.
    Enjoy your day.

  3. Many thanks for all the love, ladies! You are all so talented in your own rights and I'm thankful we can share our passions with each other! :)

  4. So many pretty choices to choose from here: the Duchess is gorgeous, the earrings look amazing and I love the multicolored rhinestone pendant necklace with all its flowery parts! And thank you, Robyn, for letting me share your lovely style and jewelry on the Teacup Incident blog :)