Today I made a pendant about an alligator who dreams of a chocolate moon.
I have a strange day job. Yes.
Also, I made a pendant called "A Is For Amulet" which contains an archaological fragment from a far land, a shard of wave-tumbled pottery from Tepco Beach, a photoprint of a vintage typewriter key laminated on wood and lasercut, a tiny cylinder of snowflake obsidian, and an old jewelry headpin that looks like a tiny corroded nail. And a glass bottle with cork. And sterling silver. I can't describe it, or why I had to make it, but I did. You'll see. (Some things I make are more likely to wind up hanging on walls than on people, which is why my business name is actually "Lioness: ornament for people and places," in case you ever wondered.)
Also there's a new necklace-crown, and a pair of new necklaces. If photos go well tomorrow, you'll see very soon. And I'm working on an amber piece. Well, several amber pieces. Possibly a lot of amber pieces, because the muse is jumping on me with both feet again.
It's good to be back. I just have to be very very careful with my hands. Which means stopping typing now.
Honour Your Inner Magpie
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