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Inspiration time!

Oooooh it was a long week, but a fun one! I have been working in the National Museum of Wales, running dinosaur workshops for kids, with paint and glue and feathers and string and FUN! So glad I did it! Lots of inspiration!
I love working at home and I love working for myself but I think it did me the world of good to get out and rejoin the world again for the first time in what feels like ages! I have lots of new ideas which I will hopefully be rolling out soon; so watch this space! I’ve started a few little prototype pieces and I’m all happy so far!
I’ve also spent a bunch of time getting more stuff listed on my folksy page, working on getting all my silver and copper pieces up there, my glass and enamel are strictly one of a kind pieces so rather than sell one twice I shall be keeping them on etsy only for the next while.
As you can imagine at this stage I have many, many, folders of photos and I spent some time yesterday sporting through them and looking for the new ones to use for business cards and postcards I’m getting printed up, so here are a few of my favourite ones with my little buns as models J Enjoy!

8 thoughts on “Inspiration time!

  1. Your bunnies are so lovely! Your work is lovely too!

    1. Thanks 🙂

      You do have to love models that work for broccoli 🙂

  2. Gorgeous photos. Really love the bracelets with bunnies in them, fabulous work. Real life bunnies are cute too 🙂

    1. Thanks 🙂
      Yep when they’re good they are very very good but when they are bad!

  3. Awww your bunnies are so cute! Your work is lovely too x

    1. Thanks hun

      Yep, they’re adorable….when they’re not trying to kill eachother! We have a case of spring fever in the house at the moment! But they do make for great inspiration, and squeeing!

  4. Your pieces are really beautiful Sarah. I hope everything is going well with the business 🙂
    Cheers for the pinterest invite by the way. Definitely feel another addiction coming on!

    1. Thanks 🙂

      Careful of Pinterest, it starts as a button on the task bar and it quickly becomes an obsession you can’t escape! Good luck!

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