Red Dirt Farm

Ramblings and Photos from a Country Life

1-IMG_1957

On the workbench this week.

Playing with copper and silver for new jewelry designs.

1-IMG_1800

Copper with patina, silver star.

1-IMG_1801

Embossing on copper

1-IMG_1803

 Patina, embossing surface design

1-1-IMG_1805

Jellyfish and starfish.

And a few hearts.

1-IMG_2214

Copper + silver + flame – what more could a girl ask for?

The copper and silver will be incorporated with other elements and will become…

I’ll share the progress later.

See you later, Bye!

Kim

10 thoughts on “Workbench Wednesday

  1. Hi Kim, can’t wait to see what it becomes~ looks enticing!

    Like

    1. Hi Melissa, I was just thinking about you. I’m not completely sure of the final outcome either, but that often is the way I work. Even when I plan, plan, plan, in the end rarely is it what I thought it would be. I just have to roll with it. xo Kim

      Like

  2. Sofie Couch says:

    I LOVE copper with a great patina. Beautiful.

    Like

    1. Hello there famous Sofie, thanks for the compliments and for stopping by for a read. I need to come by one of these weekends and see you. Hope you are enjoying all the snow. 🙂

      Like

  3. Beautiful! Learning to make jewelry is on my “someday” list. 🙂

    Like

    1. Staci – Thank you for the kindess. We need to plan a bootcamp and teach other our trades. Maybe the coop girls would like to teach me chickens 101 too. 🙂

      Like

  4. Sarah says:

    Those new designs look stunning. Sarah x

    Like

    1. Thank you Sarah – I’ve tried leaving messages on your blog, I seem to be having techno difficulties.
      xoKim

      Like

  5. Debra says:

    I haven’t gotten to using flames yet…
    I LOVE your designs and colors!!!
    Beautiful!!!!

    Like

    1. Thanks Debra. The flames can only burn you! Ha. When I first started working with glass, all those years ago, I was so afraid of getting cut. Which was so ridiculous, as I had worked with metal for years, welding and my plasma cutter to cut the metal. I got burns and cuts everyday – I don’t know why I thought a glass cut could be any worse. Sewing is certainly safer. I love learning new techniques, and I think you are the same way. We jump when we are ready. xo Kim

      Like

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: