Today I get to show off her beautiful bracelets.
They are Di-chromatic glass, hand cut into shapes. She painstakingly cuts each square. Then they are kiln fired to reveal the beautiful colors. They are vibrant and shimmery, and each has a very special texture.
Each square is then attached, by hand, to hardware and assembled to beautiful bracelets. Each bracelet is one of a kind. There are no two bracelets alike, and there are only three available right now.
|Ocean Gold Bracelet|
The Ocean Gold Bracelet is beautiful sea blue with traces of gold through it. It is as if you found the hidden treasure in the ocean blue.
|Flamingo Gold Bracelet|
The Flamingo Gold Bracelet is perfect for the pink enthusiast. The textures with the pinks and golds are classy fun.
|Waves of Pinks and Blues Bracelet|
The Waves of Pinks and Blues Bracelet is the best of both worlds. A little cool blue, and a little hot wavy pink. Add touches of gold and you have a fun one of a kind bracelet.
There is one other unique thing about these bracelets. Each one can be adjusted to fit any sized wrist. Simply remove a link or two to fit, and you are good to go. Bridget thinks of everything.
These will make perfect gifts, stocking stuffers, or a treat for yourself. Along with the introduction of these to my shop, I will be offering free shipping on these bracelets until November 14th, in honor of Bridget's birthday. (Don't tell her I told you!)
In my Artfire shop use the code Nov14 to get your free shipping. If you shop on Zibbet or Etsy, please contact me to get your bracelet in either of these shops with the free shipping.
Let me know if you have any questions about these. I have a feeling they won't last long. Remember, these are the only 3 I have right now, and it may be a while until I can get more. Bridget will be traveling for the next few months before she gets back to creating her jewelry. Lucky her.
I am extremely lucky to have Bridget as my mother-in-law. I am also so proud to be in her family, and to share the "Family Jewels" she creates. I would love to be able to tell her that her bracelets all sold by the time she comes to visit us around the holidays. That would be the best present I could give her, and she would really believe that I am not the only one who loves her creations....