I bought this broken necklace from a jewelry store and meant to change it up into something new. Never got around to it. She threw in the single earring for free. It doesn’t match the necklace. You can tell I didn’t use the tripod for this one.


These are pieces that I made myself:


I do not have a clue why I keep these huge fake grapes. I thought I would take them apart and make some kind of wind charm or something. Maybe one day. They are so tacky!


rebel girl

One Word Photo Challenge: Jewelry

My entry for

I used the 50 mm lens this time. I am getting more comfortable using it. I wanted to try different items to show the jewelry.

The following pictures are of jewelry that I have made over the years:

Using a Himalayan Salt Lamp:

Using a boat compass with telescope and LED candles:

Below: I did not make these. I just love them:


Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Small Subjects

This is my entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Small Subjects

These are small trinkets left over from my jewelry making days. In the middle is a Canadian dime to show the actual size.

small things

The next one may not be so small right now, but it is a necklace made from many small beads.


Tuesday Photo Challenge – Golden

Inspired by Dutch goes the Photo challenge.

I was taken by surprise when I loaded this picture into my viewer. I wasn’t expecting all that golden glitter on our Anise Hyssop.


A beaded fringe necklace I made years ago, I loved it, that was when I was still learning. It fell apart. Lesson learned…don’t buy cheap thread.


I bought this beautiful gold sprinkled chocolate mini cake for my mom at an amazing store called Yummy Market. She said it was yummy indeed!

gold chocolate