Friday, May 8, 2009

Learning a new skill?

I believe the key to staying "young" is to keep learning, and to remember that French is a state of mind.
I have been in love with soldered necklaces so I decided to teach myself how to make them.
These are my first results. Primitive but that's OK. I will just keep practicing.



Practice makes perfect- maybe.

I do have to tell you that I had fun so I guess it was a success.

Jayde wanted me to thank you for visiting her birthday post.
Her dad was able to call her on her birthday. Definitely the best present.

Have a happy Friday!


7 comments:

Jacque said...

OMG Barb...I have been looking EVERYWHERE for the supplies to make these kinds of necklaces!! I didn't know they were "handmade" or soldered (?). I have been wanting to make some since I have seen so many of them on mannequins (like yours) on various blog sights. I am so NAIVE, or perhaps just not up to date on the current crafting skills! Please forgive my ignorance. I would love to make some of these as gifts for our Family Reunion on July 4th. IF you wouldn't mind sharing the technique on HOW TO MAKE THEM with me, will you please email me the instructions. YOURS ARE SO GORGEOUS!!

Barb said...

Consider it done!
Things are a little hectic right now but I will get an email sent off as soon as I am able.

TattingChic said...

Darling charms, Barb! I think it would be fun to learn how to do this, too! :)

Julia said...

O WOW Barbara! I visit here and what a suprise to see my Marie Antoinette!! You make great stuff and your blog is too!
And I read you spend some time in Holland :)I'm from Holland :)Now I'm gonna answer your mail!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

O.K. Woman...are you going to be selling these? I want the one with the lady and the crown!!! Oops... I am getting to bossy! It doesn't matter that they are not "perfect", although they look great to me; remember vintage!

How are ya' Barb? Please tell us that you will be selling these? How is your son? Take care of yourself darling. Bisous, Anita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Me again! Really, please email me and let me know if you are selling!:) Anita

Kim's Treasures said...

These are beautiful!!! I have been wanting to learn how to make these too! Great job Barb! Happy belated Mother's Day!!!

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