I have been jewellery making more than papercrafting recently- makes just as much mess!! Hubby keeps complaining about tiny bits of wire that fly across the room when I snip it. The desk contains some of my tools and just a tiny selection of my beads and gemstones.  I am photographing this on Tuesday night just before I go to bed ( it will stay in this mess until after work tomorrow -Weds- when I shall add to it). I have a slight Pearl addiction 😏.

 This is a 28 inch champagne gold plated wire, coffee coloured freshwater pearl and glass bead necklace.

 I love these colours and may have to keep it for myself. I made earrings to match as well.

The postie delivered these beauties yesterday 😀.
If you would like to join in with the hop around our desks, please pop over to Julia's Blog , here you will find all the instructions and links.

Back soon xx

Soojay xx


  1. Lovely busy desk with all those beautiful pearls.
    Toni xx

  2. I love the necklace you've finished....just my fav colours. The new beads look lovely. I will look forward to seeing what you use them for. Have a great week.
    Annie x #13

  3. Your beads look beautiful, Sue, I love the colours. Jewellry is something that fascinates me but so far I have resisted it. I don't need any more stash in my room, lol.
    Have a great Wednesday.
    Hugs Lisax #26

  4. Looks like you've been busy and they are lovely. Have a great week and happy woyww crafting, Angela x 16 x

  5. Such delicate work on the necklace! The color combination is beautiful. #24

  6. Wow such gorgeous work. The necklace and earrings are stupendous and so delicate. Happy WOYWW Sarah #29

  7. Simply superb Soojay, lovely indeed. The gold champagne necklace is truly beautiful...
    ..... I'm not sure if it would work, but maybe use a high sided largish container when snipping so wires are contained? Just a thought, I don't make jewellery but am conscious such things can be dangerous potentially so there maybe some solution somewhere.
    I hate cleaning up floors so avoid mess on them as much as possible, eg tiny paper or card pieces from dies, I make sure they don't go floor either.
    Thanks for sharing your inspiration! And happy WOYWW.
    Shaz in Oz.x 8 or 9

    {Calligraphy Cards - Shaz in Oz}

  8. you need to do something about the low flying wire cut offs... it could cause more marital strife than you realise...,when I complained to my Mr G about a similar experience during an episode of his toe nail clippings activities? - he left the room _ oh how lovely I thought - he has gone elsewhere to do the dangerous deed, but no he simply returned forthwith - a pair of eye protecters in hand - that he then insisted I wear until he had completed his task...Dx #32

  9. A lady after my own heart! I love gem jewellery so much. It's lovely to see such a different craft on the stamping ground blog. I used to make a ton of jewellery, mostly for me and as gifts to friends but when the local bead shop shut, I stopped. You might just be swaying me to get to the bead shop in the city next to me! Thanks for sharing and have a great week - EmbroidRage #5 x

  10. Wow! Love it! I can't wait to get out my beads and wire again when I get my crafty corner reorganized. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #40

  11. Beautiful pearl jewelry! Such talent! Thanks for sharing, Lindart #43

  12. I've not tried jewellery making (probably as well, given how little space I have left!) but looks like you're having fun. hope the little snips of wire don't cause injury lol! Helen #1

  13. Oh, I remember those bits of wire that pinged across the room - they used to go tremendous distances!! LOVE those pearls, such soft gorgeous colours.
    Hugs, LLJ 4 xxx

  14. Beautiful jewellry especially the reddy, pinky one.Beads wouldn't stand a chance on my desk with my cat! #2

  15. Your bead work is stunning. I can imagine you would want to keep these for yourself.... they are beautiful.
    sandra de @19

  16. Loving all your jewellery work that I see on FB, I love your wire work xx.

  17. Beautiful beads! Creating is messy... otherwise what fun would it be? ;-) Creative Blessings! Kelly #37


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