Thursday, October 7, 2010

Sweet New Arrivals

Many new arrivals in shop this week. Here are just a few. Tonight, I will be listing some new pieces as well, so keep your eye out.























~ 1) The best of both worlds with this Good and Evil Knife Necklace!























~ 2) Love Bandits Necklace, truly an inspiration with love from Spaghetti Westerns and true romantics.























~ 3) The Sailing Ship Chime Caged Necklace jingles and jangles with every step you take.























~ 4) The Golden Legend Talisman, a true symbolic necklace of protection into worlds unknown.

5 comments:

Shona Cole said...

I came over from Etsy blog today. I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed reading your article there. I really appreciated your insights to your creative process and your advice for artists.
I wish you all the best,
Shona

Chris Waind said...

Absolutely stunning work. I love the narrative you have in each piece. Thank you so much for sharing on Etsy and inspiring me.

Here's my work, I think you might like a few pieces:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/chriswaind

l-article said...

Oh I love that Good and Evil Knife Necklace!! Poopy that I discover your etsy/blog once it was sold out haha :3 Your stuff is so beautiful! :3

chickory said...

i've read quite a few of the Etsy featured seller interviews, but i think yours is my favorite. Dont know why - i think there is a tenderness and love for all that is good in the world in what you say, but a realist's acknowledgement that the sorrows are always with us. And, your Catholic world view is rare to see shining through work anymore... and then there is the part about the rosary handed down - mine is my grandmothers too. Im glad you are doing well.

Evelyn McCorristin Peters said...

Wonderful article on the Etsy blog. I wanted to learn more about your work, your interview was very intriguing, good job. Love the religious imagery and original creations. Have to admit I also came since you are from Delaware. I lived in Trolley Square in Wilmington for ten years and went to UD. After visiting 48 of the 50 states, I would still pick to live in Delaware above all others. Best of luck this holiday season, thanks for sharing!
Evelyn