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22-05-2009
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So I have recently ventured into the jewellery business and have started my own line called "Somewhere Here". It doesnt have a lot of focus at the moment cause I'm just starting out and looking to see where my focuses, inspirations, style etc are and what people like best. Anyhoo here are a few of my pieces so far. Also does anyone know any good places in London to get materials for jewellery making or vintage jewellery supplies and things? I really need to buy more things...
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WOW^^ i love the scarab beetle one!! how can ppl buy ur pieces?? and where do ufind the pieces?

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All the very best with your jewellery business Closet Kisses. Your pieces are really pretty and unusual. I especially love the little elephant. Keep us up to date with how you get on and would love to see more of your work.

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i just made my own necklace as i did not find a similar necklace for less money ;)


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African-inspired necklaces
Used a mix of fabrics to create fabric beads and combined them with crocheted beads for these two necklaces.
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^ohh I like those, really pretty soft colors!

I just finished this bracelet.
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^ wow how did u do that!

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Its completely random weaving pattern I make up as I go.

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^ohh I like those, really pretty soft colors!

I just finished this bracelet.
I love your bracelet. You usually never see free form peyote in all one color. It's really beautiful in all black!


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^Thanks, I'm working on making a series of different colors and am hoping to sell them in the near future

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A la Mode: that is gorgeous.

Would be stunning as a thick necklace btw, if you have the patience to make one.

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Studded rings

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A la Mode: that is gorgeous.

Would be stunning as a thick necklace btw, if you have the patience to make one.
I totally agree, I've been slowly working on a piece that is part a a shirt that kind of wraps around the neckline, I just need to find the time to finish it

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DIY Chain Headband

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I love DIY jewellery! Closet Kisses, I love those necklaces - the engraved elephant one is gorgeous - and Cocoly, I'd buy any of those! I really like the bracelet made from buttons, beads and a zipper - so imaginative!

I've made a few necklaces that I was thinking of selling, but at the moment I'm just sort of playing around. I like taking old things from charity shops and reworking them into something new - I want to work more with chains I think

Hope you like them, feedback would be appreciated!


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