Mallard Feather Earrings

No ducks were harmed in the creation of these earrings. The feathers in question are found items – molted in one of Boise, Idaho’s many riverside parks.

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Enamel Leaf Earrings

And again with the leaves! I found these enameled brass leaves hiding in a bargain bin at a craft store and immediately saw the earring potential, so I snatched them up.

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Sterling Silver Arc Earrings

These earrings were a custom birthday gift, made in the same style as the Sterling Silver Arc Choker. They are simple yet striking.

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Tangerine Candy Earrings

Finally…the last of the orange beads. I had these two matching beads left over that looked good enough to eat.

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Wire Glyphs Necklace and Earrings Set

There’s something very satisfying about playing with purple wire! Must be an inner-child thing. I got to playing and this is what came of that play session.

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Copper Spiral Tribal Style Earrings

Wishing to incorporate my favorite primitive style into a pair of earrings, I made these shortly after I made the Spiral Tribal Style necklace. But, I chose to offer them separately for sale.

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Copper and Goldstone Dangle Earrings

I’ve always loved goldstone, despite it being a “man-made” substance. It reminds me of the Desert Southwest, a place I love and miss very much.

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Goth Candy Corn Swing Earrings

These two focal beads kept turning up in this pail o’beads I had, so I finally decided to do something with them. It was a fun little experiment and they really do look like goth candy corn!

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Seafoam Earrings

These earrings came about while I was experimenting with my wire coiling tool to see what I could come up with the more I coiled.

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Red Hot Candy Earrings

Red hot cinnamon candy never looked so good. These swing earrings came about due to 4 inches of leftover chain sitting in front of me and two big red matching beads that looked good enough to eat. What to do, what to do…

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