It's quite difficult to snap her as, like me, she hates being photographed; which is a shame because she really is beautiful ( not all down to me).
She's been learning the art of karate for almost 6 years, training 5 times a week so it was well deserved.
Today I took delivery of ear wires courtesy of Cinnamon Jewellery via her Folksy shop. She too seems to be addicted to spirals, but her work is much more refined than mine - ah well! I've decided that I should make a feature of the more rustic style of my stuff & I've set a friend the task of coming up with some marketing words that reflect this ( that's you Dave!).
Receiving the wires meant I had to spend a couple of hours making earrings ( I know, it's a hard life!):
Beaten Silver Spirals
My favourite: Sea Glass encased in silver wire with spirals
Another silver clay nugget ring:
And then I finished off a "proper" ring that I'd started at the weekend. This I cut out of sheet silver, soldered, retriculated & soldered more. I do like it, but it's taken an absolute AGE to make. I'll wait for your verdicts to see if it's worth the effort. I'm calling it my Lady Morgana Ring: