WOYWW 409

 I don't get to play along very much at the moment , but I am making the most of the Easter break to catch up with the desk hop. ( If you would like to join in with the weekly hop around some amazing craft desks, pop along to Julias Blog to see all the details and the starting point).

To the left of my desk, are my recent paper craft buys- some Yummy Tim Holtz Oxide inks and a new stencil. I couldn't resist the tree of Life Stamp , especially as I have made loads of Tree of life Necklaces , I thought the stamp could be used in the packaging somehow.

 I have started to make a little more complex jewellery and recently bought this DVD  but as my DVD player on my PC has decided not to work- I have not got very far - I will have to Steal/borrow hubby's laptop!

 Just some of my recent makes - I am in the process of finding storage/organising them and have supplies arriving very soon ..eeek. It's never ending.


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  1. gorgeous pieces of jewelry , and that deep red stamp (?) is very appealing kind of tree Celtic knot combo - very nice.. . dxxx#17

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  2. Gorgeous jewellery pieces. I can't resist anything Tim Holtz and the distress oxides are fantastic. Great idea for using the tree of life stamp on packaging. Thanks for visiting earlier. Sarah #4

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  3. That tree of life stamp is stunning! That necklace is going to be gorgeous when completed. Have not seen that TH stencil before. Diane #8

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  4. i love the latest jewellery makes. Such pretty designs.
    Hope you have a great week.
    Hugs,
    Annie x #7

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  5. Hi Soojay, lovely jewellery pieces. I've just bought some earring posts to reapair some earrings, and am about to order some flatback semi precious stone cabochons to make some more. Have a lovely week, Hugs, Shaz #6 XxX

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  6. Lovely jewellry pieces, and the DVD looks great if the beautiful necklace on the front is anything to go by! I have recently treated myself to that TH stencil but am determined to hold out on the Oxides, although it's getting harder as everyone seems to be producing beautiful work with them.
    Hope you enjoy playing with your new stash, and thanks so much for the earlier visit,
    Have a great week,
    Diana #20 x

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  7. I'm still on the hunt for the oxides so have fun exploring them, I can't wait to get my hands on them, I adore the distress inks.
    Your jewellery looks beautiful, something I am trying to resist getting into, I know once I started buying beads, I'd never stop.
    Enjoy your week.
    Hugs Lisax #25

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  8. Some beautiful pieces there Sue.
    Toni xx

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  9. fab goodies - I am loving the oxides! mine came Monday. helen #1

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  10. Hi Soojay, Looks like you will be busy now you have the DVD.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #14

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  11. Nice pile of beads! resisitng the Oxide movement so far
    Robyn 3

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  12. Love the beadwork. before my hands gave out it was my passion. Your work is very professional and beautiful. For storage i bought plastic drawers . They were the only craft where I managed the storage with any success.
    thanks for visiting. i will now look through your blog to see all your work.
    Monica 35

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  13. Some beautiful jewellery pieces. Love all your new goodies. It's always fun to have new things to play with.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sharon k #34

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  14. That stencil is beautiful! And Oxide inks! Can't wait to try those! Looks like you lots of jewelry making in your future! Thanks for sharing, Lindart #38

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  15. Hope you manage to do everything you want to get done during the Easter break. Nice new stuff to play with there too. Have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x24x

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  16. Your jewelry looks lovely. Good luck with your more complex jewelry.
    April #33

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  17. I love that last pic very much - the tumble of beads and colours are just beautiful! Good luck with the necklace kit, it looks quite tricky to me. The stencil is absolutely gorgeous and would look fab on packaging.
    I didn't realise you had family close to me! Maybe we could have a meet up next time you're down :-D
    Hugs, LLJ 10 xxxx

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  18. Gorgeous jewellery makes. You must have an incredible amount of patience to make such beautiful pieces.
    sandra de @26

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