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My studio is located in Brisbane, Australia. For the past 10 years I’ve been enjoying creating jewellery designs from an array of mundane materials. Tupperware and knitting needles have remained a firm favourite. My designs have been published numerous times, graced the shelves of many wonderful galleries and stores and been worn by those whose aren’t afraid of colour and attention. All of which I am very grateful for. For several years I’ve also been fortunate enough to work with many businesses as a coach and workshop facilitator.

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Saturday, September 15, 2007

And Crazy too!

What do you do when your life is completely crazy?

A more sensible person may ease back, put less on their plate and try to deal with what is at hand. Well apparently I am just not that sort of person. I've decided instead to pile my plate sky high. To start that I have set myself a new challenge. From now until Xmas I will do my very best to add a new piece of jewellery each day to both my website shop and etsy shop.

Anyway, what's a couple more balls in the air!!!


Betty Jo said...

You are a sucker for punishment!Will we reserve a spot at the asylum in December?
Oh yes, would you ever consider a brooch swap? Something equal in value and specialness...think about it.. liz

Jejune said...

Wow, that's some challenge! Hope you remember that it's not life or death if you miss a day now and then :)

I'd love one of those flower pins in pinks and spring greens to go with my just-finished pink shawl (pics on my blog) - I need a shawl pin to keep it fastened, and that would be perfect. Is that possible?

Liana said...

I think I can help you both out - emailing now!

I think it is madness but it is something that I would like to achieve. But if I missed a day here or there I'll be OK with that too.

Jejune said...

Oooh thank you!!

Anonymous said...

you know what they say.... ask a busy woman.... you are a star... keep at it and remember to breathe.
(maybe i should take my own advice) see you tomorrow....
kyie j xxx

jane said...

Saw your delicious treats in a groovy oxford st shop today. I will be adding your glorious creations to my special places links on my blog. With special understanding from another plastic lover.

jane said...

OK I got it wrong... they weren't your delicious treats, but Renee Damiani's that I saw. Her name brought me to your blog. Mistakes aside, I love your work. It's good to know that others have seen the beauty in kiddies coat-hangers. Can you believe they still make them to the same design? How fortunate for us. And I am completely envious of the shipment of floral candle holders. You lucky, lucky person.