Saturday, April 09, 2005

What I did with the Bunny Stamps

back of necklace Close-up of bunny stamp necklace

Here is the necklace i made with one of the stamps. 2 pieces of glass, some copper foil, a lot of soder, and some wire. Oh, and don't forget the black ribbon. Never forget the black ribbon. I am anxious to see how it is recieved. Only 2 days til it arrives at its intended destination. I find that creating birthday parcels is such a grand thing!

The back of the pendent is a jeanette winterson quote:
I'm telling you stories. Trust me.


Blogger Robbin said...

It is beautiful! I love it!

2:10 PM  
Blogger laura r. said...

that is sweet.

10:51 PM  
Anonymous Martha said...

You did a beautiful job! Your friend is going to love it.

9:26 AM  
Blogger thesoulofhope said...

Oh I love it. I am expermienting with soldering, but am no where near making anything presentable. I am sure whoever it is for will just love it!

8:04 AM  
Anonymous myra said...

Amazing and beautiful! I'm sure the recipient will love it.

2:55 PM  
Anonymous Fiona said...

Beautiful! What a lovely way to display that lovely stamp. :D

5:26 PM  
Anonymous bellablue said...

Those are really beautiful! Who ever receives them is lucky indeed!

4:38 AM  
Blogger tania said...

so pretty, i love stamps.

3:34 PM  
Anonymous bethany said...

hello miss erin fae <3 just visiting your blog to say again how much i love this necklace & how inspired i am by your creation! i want to try making one myself (when i have less college work on my plate!)


4:05 AM  
Blogger Leslie said...

Where do you find the small squares of glass? Do you have them cut for you at a glass shop? I've wanted to try this, but I've been stumped by this part. Yours are gorgeous!

5:40 AM  
Anonymous Cassi said...

These are really pretty! You did a great job :)

12:57 AM  
Blogger kath red said...

these are lovely, and i love the jeanette winterson quote too.

2:44 AM  
Anonymous Maitreya said...

Wow, those are great. Time to raid my old stamp collection.

7:42 PM  

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