It’s that time of year when we sit down and assess all our jewellery designs and ranges and have our “end of line sale”. We have LOTS of new design ideas in the making to show you in Feb/March, but for now we need to say goodbye to some of our older styles to make room for the newbies!

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“Nurturing and cultivating this remarkable ‘thing’ we all possess. We believe that to be creative is to apply our individual innate gifts and originality we each have through resourcefulness, invention, ingenuity, imagination and ideas.” – Renee and Jake Russo

 

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Being a creative myself, there are LONG (and I mean LONG) periods of time when you are working alone and isolated from an “office” environment. I have found a new addiction in podcasts. I pop these on when I’m making jewellery at my bench, it’s a great way to learn some new skills, get motivated and get inspired as you work. Here are my favourite 6. Please comment at the bottom and let me know what your favourite is so that I can check it out!

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I absolutely love making custom pieces for customers, whether it’s a design they had in mind or an idea and we can work on together and create something special and unique!
I recently met Lindell at The Argyle Affair Market in Camden (and what an amazing market might I add), she told me about a dream she had of some hexagonal shaped earrings.

After chatting over the custom design, Lindell went off to enjoy the rest of the market. She emailed me the next week and after a few emails back and forth with design ideas, I got to work on her “dream” earrings.  Continue reading →


We were excited to exhibit at the Life inStyle boutique trade show event earlier this year in the First inStyle section. Even though I was a first time exhibitor I counted myself lucky that in a previous job i’d had the opportunity to work at a trade event so had a “little” bit of a head start on preparing for the show.

I thought i’d share with you all my top tips and things to “definitely” not forget when preparing for a trade show – the before/during and most importantly the after!

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