~*~ September 2012 – JAC Theme "The Transitioning from summer into fall" ~*~
Each month some of the members of The Jewelry Artisans Communty make a blog post on the same subject. The theme for this month is “The Transitioning from summer into fall”.
Now that the summer is coming to an end, the heat is gone and my energy is coming back to me.
During the summer we had some very hot days and the days that where not so hot we where working/building at our house.
Now everything is going to be normal again, the build is almost completed, my vacation is over, I have to go back to work on monday.
And my creative juices started flowing again, I do hope they keep flowing. 🙂
I made a lot of earrings the past 3 days, all the same design but all different because of the stones I used.
The stones are all 5×8 mm abacus cut, some are smooth, others are faceted.
The first ones are made from black (chinarovski) crystals.
Facet South American Orange Topaz
Facet Blue saphire
Facet Brazilian Aquamarine
To see the entries of the other members check the links below.
They will be posted as soon as they have posted their entry.
N Valentine Studio
Jewelry Art By Dawn
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Gracias, muchos gracias. 🙂
I feel just the same. The heat this summer – although I know we had worse before – really drained me of my energy.
Now I might have to shiver in the morning, but I feel so much better the rest of the day.
Glad to see that the change lets your creative juices flow, lovely earrings, all of them!
Thank you Catrin, Even my cat got (literally) sick from the heat this year.
Thank God he is feeling much better now.
I know what you mean about being glad the summer heat is over. Hope you made good progress on your house project and that you’ll soon be enjoying studio time.
Love the earrings you posted – you’ve been busy and making good use of things getting back to normal!
Thank you for your lovely words.
Sadly the extra build to the house is not a studio for me. :'(
It’s for my boyfriend to enjoy his music in a room with no “clutter”, and eventually for “costumers” to listen to the high-end audio sets he and his brother make before buying.
I have my studio on the attic, totally cluttered, in summer to warm and in winter to cold. 🙂