Inspiration for textiles art and paintings. Can’t wait to get creative.
I have been making jewellery from recycled paper for a while and had offcuts of painted surfaces that I didn’t know what to do with them.
So after lots of thought I decided to us them in a paper mosaic and then produce brooches from the designs.
I am please with the outcome and like the richness of the colours. The gold accents brings warmth and glamour to the pieces.I also made a range in sea greens which I love.
They are quite chunky but I think why not make a statement!
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I make recycled paper jewellery and have finally decided to open an Etsy shop please check out the link thanks Teresa.
Today I have finally jumped into the unknown. I have been creating jewellery using recycled paper and card and seem to have amassed quite a collection. Which raises the question “WHAT SHALL I DO WITH ALL THIS JEWELLERY?”
Etsy!! well that’s what everyone tells me. So after a bit of persuasion I caved in. I have to say with great trepidation. Will anyone like my work? Will I sell anything? Will people think I am showing off? Is my work any good? etc
Well I have done it now, so Revolution Crafted Jewellery now has a home in Etsy but I couldn’t use my chosen name because it was to long. I go under the name Revolutioncj – which I don’t like. So do I change the name to something else? Oh I just don’t know. I think I am going to suck it and see.
Wish me luck, I hope I don’t embarass myself. But nothing ventured nothing gained.
Made by using recycled greeting cards laminated together with pva and decorated with original artwork cut down to shape.
Here are a range of brooches and necklaces made in the same way using different shapes to add interest and style. Worn with scarves, beret, collar or on a lapel they look lovely. No one else will have the same item of jewellery which is a nice thought, who wants to look like everyone else.
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Playing with new materials is always fun. Yupo and ink is new to me but many seem to have been using it for a while. I thought it looks easy but I was wrong. Learning how the ink is going to react can be fun but also frustrating. I have made some interesting surfaces that I have started to use for jewellery and I intend to make some trinket boxes.
So back to the joy of the unknown, if you haven’t tried yupo and you love to experiment with art give it a go.
Definitely worth the calories
200g dark chocolate
handful of crushed nuts
pk of vegan marshmallows
pk sour cherries
10 vegan biscuits
1 tablespoon of coconut oil
3 tablespoons of maple syrup
Melt chocolate, coconut oil and maple syrup
Add Crushed nuts and biscuits, sour cherries and marshmallows
Mix everything together and put into a dish.
Chill and cut into squares
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What wonderful colours, I feel inspired to create a painting of this view, or maybe a textile piece. I never can resist stopping the car and pulling over to take photographs that inspire me to be creative. Sometimes it’s worth taking a moment and being thankful.
Another area of natural beauty well worth getting in the car for and donning on walking boots to recharge the old batteries. I would imagine when snow falls this view would be outstanding. When you are a the top it really does feel like you are on top of the world.
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