Tonyblack wrote:Wow! I'm impressed. Very cool jewellery and very cool site too. Thanks for sharing.
I don't know about arty or crafty, but I do enjoy taking photos - especially of my trips to Tucson, which I may bore you all to death with.
That's really interesting Chris. For those who don't know CADW is the organisation that looks after historical buildings in Wales, including most of the castles.chris.ph wrote:im a building site foreman and i really enjoy the renovation side of my job . ive done several jobs for cadw and really enjoyed learning the old ways of doing things in the traditional way.
Jarmara wrote:Really this is a shameless excuse for plugging myself BUT,
I wondered how many people here are creative, make things, build things? More importantly, how many of you that do want to show off a bit?
I do silversmithing in my spare time, making stuff like this -
go to http://brisinga.co.uk to see the whole caboodle.
Let me know what you think of my stuff if you like, but what do you guys make?
Ah, brisinga. As in Brísingamen, the necklace of Freyja, the Norse goddess of love, beauty and fertility.
That's a lovely piece of jewelry you've got there. I can't tell how big it is though... Is it a ring, a bracelet, or something else?
I'd love to get into silver- or goldsmithing myself. How does one do that?
Jinx wrote:I've had a browse around the site. Nice selection. I particularly like the silver leaf pendants, though I have my reasons for that.
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