When you take them from normal person height, even though they look lovely - they appear rather sparse in the photos:
If you want to capture the sheer blue carpetiness - you have to crouch down to the bluebell level, and take the photo from that angle:
Jewellery - I realised that I was getting distracted by the beautiful colours of the glass, and could have gone on making my three drop earrings forever. So - I decided to go monochrome and just use seafoam glass for a while, to concentrate on some new designs.
I love the combination of seafoam (a very light green or aqua) and oxidised silver - it brings out the 'inner glow' of the glass and makes it look watery and pretty. So here is one of the designs I had intended to try out (OK, I'm still in threes, but they are slightly different)...
|Sprigs sea glass earrings|
And lastly - my week started by me locking myself out of the house at just after eight this morning... I went out with the recycling stuff, in a t-shirt and my work trousers, a dust mask (dont ask) on and a knife in my hand to dismantle some cardboard boxes, and closed the door behind me. As soon as I did that I realised my mistake, calmly went about cutting up the boxes and putting the recycling out (denial), then sat on my steps, posted the dust mask and knife back indoors through the letterbox, and realised I was stranded.
Everyone I know that has a key was either at work or school, and I don't know anyone's mobile number by heart.... Luckily my nice next door neighbours called a locksmith for me and I was back inside within the hour, but it completely put my day on a slant. I will have to give them a spare set of keys so they can rescue me again next time I am absent minded...
Thank you Sharon and Cyrus :-) and thank goodness for nice neighbours!