15 February 2010

Blog Ring: Red Fox Jewelry

The featured blogger from the Handmade Artists Forum this week is Red Fox Jewelry. I can't help but like something with "fox" in the title, even before I see the work. Which is silly, I suppose, but I like foxes.

If you pop over the the Red Fox Jewelry Etsy shop, you'll find all sorts of pretty things to adorn yourself with, made with chainmaille, beads and wirework, including this delicious bracelet.



The second featured blogger ('cause there are actually two rings) is Reef Botanicals, maker of lovely smelling soaps, candles and related products.

And to catch up with those blogs I missed the past few weeks while I was sick and/or trying to remember where I left my brain, here are the featured blogs from Feb 7 -14. From Ring One was Haffina Creations ("a mum of 5 who creates unique pieces of jewellery and beaded items") and me (you are here). Yeah, I missed my own week as a featured blogger. Sigh. I need to assign myself a specific day to do the blog ring posts.

And from the week of Jan 31 - Feb 6 we have from Ring Two: A Painting Mom ("Random thoughts and quotes shared by a happily married mom with three kids trying to balance family life and a thriving home based business") and from Ring One: 'Twas Brillig, who says this: "Often found tinkering with things probably best left alone. Happy when playing with power tools and/or wire cutters. Bead-a-holic. Shutterbug. Will spray paint anything that doesn't move. Runs with scissors."

11 comments:

Joan at LTD Beads said...

Beautiful bracelet!

"Runs with scissors" makes me laugh.

jewelry by NaLa said...

Both very talented artists--wonderful post!

Handmade Artists' Forum said...

Love that bracelet, I think that Red foxes work is truly different and unique. Great post!
HAF

TuscanRoad said...

Red Fox Jewelry has some amazing and very creative pieces anyone would be proud to wear.

trusk4u said...

They are all fabulous artists!

Larissa said...

I love that bracelet! And thanks for mentioning Reef Botanicals too!

Haffina said...

That is a fabulous bracelet. Great post - thanks for the plug!

MakinTheBestOfIt said...

You picked my all time favorite bracelet!

Mewes Mountain Arts said...

Great post! Thank you for sharing!

Christine said...

My work has been called ecclectic because it differs so much and I think that sums it up pretty well. Thanks so much for the good things that everyone is saying about my pieces!

Speranza Jewelry said...

All very talented artists! I love the bracelet you featured from Red Fox's shop.