Friday, November 27, 2009

And The Winner Is....

and the winner is Abigail!!!

Abigail is the winner of my first giveaway.  She will receive a fine silver initial pendant (you choose the initial) on an 18" sterling silver ball chain.  The pendant is made from Art Clay Silver (precious metal clay). 

The winner was chosen using .

Abigail's blog Ample Goodies lists different giveaways, so check it out.

Congratulations Abigail!!!

Friday, November 20, 2009

j. moore design LLC: My First Giveaway

To celebrate reaching 100 followers on j. moore design jewelry's  fan page, I'm hosting my first giveaway. The winner will receive a sterling silver initial pendant (you choose the initial) on an 18" sterling silver ball chain.

IMPORTANT Each comment counts as one entrance, you will have up to 5 chances to win.

Winner will be announced in one week, Friday, November 27, 2009. I will name the winner on both of my blogs (j. moore design and Simply Creative). So be sure to check one of these on the 27th of November. Here are the 5 ways you can enter:(All links are found to the right of this post or click the links below)

1. Comment that you have become or are already a follower of my blog
2. Check out my etsy shop and come back and paste a link of your favorite item.
3. Twitter about this giveaway, and follow me @doodlebugfairy
4. Become a fan of the j. moore design page .
5. Blog about this giveaway

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

I'm Addicted

It's official! I'm addicted to metal clay.  I have spent all of my spare time over the past few days making charms, pendants, and other things with silver clay.  

I start of with a lump of clay.

Then it is placed in a mold or free formed.

The clay is the dried thoroughly

Next I place it in the kiln.

When the clay comes out of the kiln. It is silver but it looks white. 

After the silver has been brushed with a brass brush, antiqued and burnished, this is what it looks like.

Friday, November 13, 2009

I'm So Excited

I finally have a kiln.  Woohoo!!!  Now I can fire precious metal clay, fuse glass, and anneal beads. 

I can't wait to start using it.  I will definately post pictures.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Creative Bloggers Featured Artist--Victoria Slutsky of ViSart

This week's featured artist on creative blogger is Victoria Slutsky from Israel. She is an amazing polymer clay artist. Her handmade beads are so beautiful. Victoria also crafts bowls from polymer clay. Because her work is handcrafted no two items will be exactly the same. This makes each piece special.

Check out her blog at . Victoria also has an etsy shop.
Related Posts with Thumbnails