Jewelry Inspired by Moss
(Edmonton, alberta, canada)
Make the most of your design ideas!
Coming up with a new design is the most consuming part of the project.
Once you have a somewhat clear idea of how you want to proceed, there is the search for the beads, spacers, clasp etc….
This means long stretches of time rummaging in my bead storage as well as numerous back and forth trips between the work table and the supplies storage.
This time having already worked out the theme and gathered all the items, it dawned on me that it would be more efficient to make more than one and to work the same theme in different styles: modern, classic and boho/ethnic.
I’d love to know how you organise your production and if you’ve found any method that works well for you!
Thank you for reading! it is my pleasure to share with you photographs of the “Mossy Tree” project as well as its Modern, Classic and Boho/Ethnic versions.
The beautiful frothy moss on the trees was the only green in the woods, striking against the branch’s brown.
The closer I got the more intricate and delicately complex it looked.
The path was icy and I carefully approached to get the best possible angle.
I pointed my phone to one patch of green looking for a way to capture the light.
I finally snapped some pictures and I knew right there that this “mossy tree” would be my next necklace design project.