Monday, October 25, 2010

Princess Maddie

She's all set for Halloween! Our little girls is 5 months old this week! Can you believe it? Where has the time gone? I've never had a little girl doggie, so of course she is our little princess. Finally, I get to dress up a girl for Halloween! Chester got to be a devil every year, because the costume was so funny. But now....pink and princess!

I got her to hold still long enough for a shot by giving her a chewy bone! Lovely in the picture, but this is the only one that isn't blurry. You know what I mean! Forget the tiara!

Thank you to everyone who left a comment about my "bling" necklaces. The verdict is these should sell. I really appreciate each of you leaving me some feedback, because I really wanted to know what you think of this collection.

Here are a couple more I've finished. They are just so much fun to work on. I am feeling the pull back to do some etching and soldering, but for now, found objects, deeply hidden away, are getting new life.

The brass piece below is from France. Bought it at an antique show. Love it.

And the medal on this one is from a wonderful military shop in Victoria, Canada, that my friend Diana Frey recommended, and my friend Jill Rockwell took me to when I was visiting. Thanks girlfriends!

Thanks for looking guys. I'll post more as they get done!
Bling anyone?
Hugs,
Riki

14 comments:

farmlady said...

Oh Riki, Mattie is such a sweetie. She's found her special place in life. I can tell. She's going to be a sweet little girl for you and your husband. Enjoy her so much. You deserve this little dog.
The necklaces just get prettier and prettier. '
Here's to the bling....

Suz said...

Riki, the necklaces are totally fab with great centerpieces and fantastic wrapping, stringing and all kinds of fun!!! And Maddie-girl, well that is about the cutest thing I have ever seen!
Hugs,
Suz
P.S. There is a jewelry giveaway on my blog by Robin Thomas and myself...
http://katsuijewelry.blogspot.com

Alice said...

Beautiful! I love the second one with it's warm tones.

Diane Cook said...

Very cool Riki! Love that little key on the last one =)

Jen Crossley said...

I love the last one just so vintage its me to a T.
As for Maddie she is too cute for words

stregata said...

Love the medal with the cat on it! These necklaces are very unique.

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Oh, I absolutely love the last necklace with the key and the medal.Your Mattie is soooooo
cute. Have a great week.
Hugs,
Marie

slommler said...

Maddie looks adorable!! And your necklaces are amazing. Love the brass one!!
Hugs
SueAnn

Marlene said...

Riki...Maddie girl is sooooo precious in that picture...you shoudl enlarge it, ordo a stretched canvas print on it...sooo adorable..shows her personality shining thru!
I love love your new collection! absolutely fell in love the lastone with th cat...has a latin I believe inscription....do you kno what it says???? would make a great fall nccklace!!!!I am really drawn now to the mixed metals wit a splash of bling now! FABULOUS!

In the Light of the Moon said...

Oh Maddie,your getting big and beautiful in your lovely costume!!I tried to put Wolfy in a costume but it didnt last very long!!
You have some more knockout pieces here Riki!!That second one is Ooh la la gorgeous!!Hugs,Cat

ANNETTE HUSBAND said...

Hi Riki
I'm new to yr blog and I LOVE it LOL.Love all your jewellery.The bling ones are gorgeous as is Maddie!!

Pretty Things said...

Oh I LOVE those! I so wish my customers would groove on metals other than silver because I LOVE brass and copper. Sigh.

Sharon P said...

Your Maddie is tooooo cute! I would love to see a picture of Maddie with a tiara if she could sit still long enough!

Your necklaces are stunning and should be published~ the first necklace is my favorite.

Kim Palmer said...

Just catching up on your latest doings Riki, gosh your girl is sooo cute! Love both these pieces. The focal items are great pieces and I love what you have done with them both.