There is also a story behind this brooch. For my husband’s birthday I gave him a trip in a helicopter. It was a dream come true for both of us. We flew over Copenhagen. It was amazing and we recognized buildings and areas – even our own apartment. After the trip I gave him this… Read more »
A while ago I got the idea that I would like to make a brooch for my husband. I thought it could be fun to make a brooch that could change appearance so that he could decide the look of it. The solution was to make a “frame” where different images could be inserted. I… Read more »
It has been time for presents. When my sister gave birth to her second child and they thereby became four in their little family I made her this necklace – with the 4 rings symbolizing mom, dad and the two sons (my nephews). She very much likes black jewelry at the moment so I oxidized… Read more »
I think that I would like to show you some more of my own work. I made these brooches and the necklace a while ago. One of the great sources of inspiration for me is the urban environment; the life we live in urban cities, the structures & textures as well as the interactions among… Read more »
I wish you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR and all the best for 2011. Thank you for all the positive comments, ideas and input I have received from you during 2010. It has been a great pleasure, and I feel honoured to have this dialogue with you. I am looking forward to the new year… Read more »
I am so happy. I have got the first comment from a blog reader at my blog. It was from Amy Tavern… thank you so much. It means a lot to me to know how you experience my blog. I wish you all a beautiful day…
Visiting Island was a great inspiration, liking horses another. The necklace is made of a red cotton string with glass perls and the horse is made of Sterling silver.
I made this necklace of Sterling Silver and Cocobolo wood.
The purpose of this blog is also to show you some of my own work on occasion. I spent two amazing weeks at a summer jewellery school at Holbæk Kunsthøjskole this summer – our teacher was Josephine Winther. I made these rings during my stay. They are cast in Sterling Silver. More of my work… Read more »