I previously mentioned that it was recently my bosses birthday and I made her cupcakes... Well I also made her a pretty quick and (I think) cute necklace as a birthday gift. I took a piece of LEGO tree branch and attached LEGO flower pieces to one side and LEGO jewels to the other. Then I attached the whole thing to a chain so it would hang at around 18" on the neck. My boss said she loved a pair of LEGO earrings that my parents got me at DragonCon, but that she thought her metal allergy in her ears would prevent her from wearing a similar pair. I thought it would be a cool idea to make her something she could wear out of LEGO. I think it turned out pretty well, I'm very pleased with it. What do you guys think? Is lego jewelry just too weird? Or is it just cute enough to work for a nerd?
Healthy eaters rejoice, now your little one can learn healthy eating habits. I had a ball making this super cool felt food salad set, I especially love the ranch dressing drizzle. =) You can find this set for $20 in my etsy shop, here.
I love doing pretty much all things crafty, but if there's one area I don't feel like I'm very skilled it's jewelry making. That is, until Pinterest came into my life. I've started trying to use the ideas and pictures of interesting jewelry I've seen on Pinterest to inspire my jewelry making and I think this one turned out pretty cute. This earring and necklace set is something I made as a Christmas gift for a friend this year. =) I got the idea from a pin I found . I varied mine a little bit from the original because I didn't add the gold bead inserts between the turquoise pieces. I paired it up with some simple-to-make chain and arrow earrings. Pretty nifty, huh?