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Captivating organic shapes and textures with the lotus seed pod and poreclain pendant

How Artisans Can Price Their Work

As an artisan who makes her living from what she makes and sells I’ve had quite a few lessons about pricing. I sell my work at The Rocks Markets and a select number of fairs each year. Being based in Sydney I have a fairly competitive selling space and this has never really bothered me, […]

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New Limited Edition Necklace Designs Arrive Online

What a busy and productive time it’s been lately with lots of new necklace and earrings designs being created. I’ve been working with beautiful gemstones, handmade lampwork glass and Czech crystals to create attention grabbing necklaces and earrings. The key to designing a beautiful necklace is to have balance in both colour and form. So […]

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How many times?

I’ve been wondering how many times can I give my jewelry and other creations as presents to friends and family before it is all too predictable and boring for them? You know how it goes, they say they love what you’re doing and buy things from you but do they really want them as presents […]

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Buy Handmade for Unique Christmas Gifts Shopping

In my online wandering I came across this great program to support and encourage buying handmade Chrsitmas gifts ideas. I love the philosophy behind it where nine businesses and groups got together to form The Handmade Consortium to encourage people to buy handmade for Christmas presents this year (and the others to come). This is […]

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