by Alicia Rivera.
(Dover, Delaware USA)
I made a promise to myself in 2015 that when making jewelry I would finish every piece I started, no matter what.
I was notorious for starting a piece, not liking the way it was looking, and ultimately not finishing it. That led to a pile of unfinished work and wasted supplies.
So now if something isn’t going the way I want, and I can’t stop and salvage the components, I press on and hope for the best. Worst case scenario, I chalk the poorly made pieces up to “learning experiences” and move on. 🙂
I was recently away from my jewelry work for about a month, so when I got back to it I sat down and just played with whatever I had on my desk.
These are a just few quick snapshots from my work table after my time away.
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