Saturday, July 25, 2009

Two bracelets and a failing computer keyboard

I'm back from my trip to MN. As always, it was a whirlwind trip trying to see as many people as I can squeeze into my 4 days.

The top photo is a sterling riveted bracelet that I made as a fundraiser item for the Randy Shaver Cancer Research & Community Fund in MN.

The bottom photo is a sterling and copper riveted bracelet that will be on etsy soon.

It has taken me 30 min to post this - my keyboard is sticking and responds only about 10 percent of the time. Any suggestions????


  1. Great bracelets. It's nice to see something truly constructed rather than simply beads slid on beading cable or a headpin.

  2. Absolutely beautiful work! I agree with Almost Precious, it is nice to see what can be done from a hunk of metal with nothing added. A true work of art from beginning to end.

    The keyboard is a really cheap item to replace so I would just buy a new one. Especially because we all seem to be spending half our life on these things I think it is worth it to have one that works well.

  3. Great work! The bracelets look comfortable to wear too.Love what you did.

    I agree with Mimsy Muse~~~~time for a new keyboard.


  4. Wonderful bracelets. Love the designs.

    Hard to diagnose a keyboard without being there. If you haven't spilled anything on it, it may just be wearing the others have said, time for a replacement.

    Glad you had a nice trip!

  5. Thanks all! I'm back in business with a new keyboard :)

  6. New keyboard needed immediately - if it takes you that long to post something you might not post all these gorgeous creations so often!!
    Nic x