The Treasure Chest

From the Treasure Chest this week is a very special bracelet that I made for my Mothers Birthday, I have used glass beads with silver pendants.  I love it when I have time to make these pieces of jewellery, once I start a piece though I can't stop until I've finished which takes many, many hours...


Beth said...

What a talented young women you are. I will forever treasure your gifts of love. I am continually amazed as I watch the treasury of your creativity unfold.

Your mum, your admirer, your friend xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Foxglove Spires said...

Mum, you are an inspiration to me and I thank you so much for your support and unfailing love.

Amelia said...

this is beautiful. I wanted to acknowledge you too for the lovely comment on my latest blog post . . . I sent my eldest to a Rudolf Steiner school because I didn't agree with what was happening in her 'normal' school! It was interesting and now she is attending an amazing visual and performing arts (mainstream school) and having a great time. I wish there were more schools like this!

Take care,


Jo said...

Thankyou so much for visiting my blog this week and the lovely words you left.

What a beautiful blog you have, I just love the paintings you have selected. I love art, but hopeless at painting (much better at sketching if I had the time), but a great admirer of art and the history of art - it was the one thing I wanted my sons to also love and they do which I am thrilled about.

I have thought about starting jewelery making - perhaps when I retire, I don't have the time at the moment:)


Foxglove Spires said...

Thank you Amelia, its wonderful when we can find the right education for our children it makes the world of difference.

Jo, thank you for visiting my blog and your lovely comment. I love art as well, unfortunately I can't paint as well as I would like maybe one day I might be able to devote more time to this

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