Saturday, July 3, 2010

Where's Wally?

I thought I would share with you a piece I have just made inspired by JVO and her new wonderful range from Collections. These are Julie's new wings that I just adore. Im selling these on my website A Mark In Time.
I can’t thank you all for your support on the website it is still a work in progress, I’m hoping to find lot's of hard to get goodies for you all.
Below are some of the new range of charms I have available as well.

I have been pretty quiet on the blog scene I have lost my mojo ,so I’m hoping to just play until I find it on my craft table hidden in the mount’s of metal, paper and tools I know it must be some where. I have been teaching though the Ice resin and bezel class so at least I’m off the streets.

21 comments:

Joanne said...

For someone who has lost her mojo this is simply stunning Jen! I wish I had a fraction of your talent. Did you make the dress form too?

Gretz said...

Gorgeous Jen. Damn I have just put an order in, I didn't see those charms ;-)

Svetlana said...

Good to know you're off the streets. I really got worried what's been going on. Well, there are moments when mojo behaves like an old lover: holds you gently in its arms for days but than leaves you like it has never met you before. Don’t worry it’ll return again.

Janine said...

Love the wireform Jen! And all your doodads too! xo

Julie H said...

OOh verrrry nice Ms Jen! I am off to look at charms again. And tell me please are you going to sell the dress forms?

romantic decay said...

Your website looks great! I think your mistaken about the mojo.

Barbara Lewis said...

Jen, Wow! The website is great and I love the inspiration pictures to prompt our imagination in how to use your items! Super Cool! I know you've been busy!

Linda Cain said...

So clever, so fun! Love it!
Linda

Gail said...

Just beautiful Jen as always!!!1

Jo Wholohan said...

my goodness amazing jen!!! xx

Beth A. from Songbird Hill said...

This is amazing! I love your art!

Nic Hohn said...

Would you like me to send out a search party for Mojo? Maybe there is a holiday destination where all the Mojo's hang out for some respite!!

Watch out when it returns, I'm sure it will be revved up and ready to go!
xoxox

Julie van Oosten said...

Jen you have inspired us all with your wonderful dress form. I love the way you have eyeleted all the elements to attach to your form. Glad the mojo is working, sometimes all it takes is to sit down and have a play with nothing in mind!

sharon said...

Love everything I see here....as my heart palpitates looking at these charms!
Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog, I really appreciate that!

Night Owl Designs said...

This is awesome Jen, I love it!

ANNETTE HUSBAND said...

Hi Jen
Mo and Jo are not here either...perhaps yours and mine have run off with each other.I think mine is hidding with yours though as that dress form is gorgeous.I am going to try to do some soldering tomorrow....notice the word TRY.I too was getting worried about you Mz Jen.
hugs
Annette

Samantha Marshall said...

Jen,
This piece is fantastic- I love the way you use the Collections pieces- WOW!!!
I'm glad you're off the streets-I wish I was closer to your street!!!

Katsui Jewelry said...

I love the"angel" and the charms. I am going to go take a good look later. I think your mojo is just in fine shape. Lovely blog!

We are relatively new to blogging. My daughter created the blog for me as a gift. It is truly not all about our jewelry! Stop by, if you wish!

http://katsuijewelry.blogspot,com

Suz

Gaby Bee said...

This creation is awesome, Jen! The more I study it, the more I like it. Your work always has so many intriguing details to catch my attention. Love your art!

Gaby xo

Sarah Schwerin said...

This is amazing Jen!

LE CHEMIN DES GRANDS JARDINS said...

J'aime beaucoup trouver un grain de folie dans les créations. Ici, on est en plein surréalisme ce qui me plait vraiment.
Merci

Roger