Finally the day has come where we can reveal what we've made as part of the Folksy Bead Soup Challenge! So here are some photos of what I've made and I'm sure to write on here about all the other beautiful things that you can buy to support Breast Cancer Campaign.
On the 26 April of this year I got engaged. It was the day that I got home from hospital after giving birth to my beautiful son. It's taken a while (who says having 2 under 2 and moving house would keep you busy?) we've found a jeweller to make my engagement ring. I wanted to use a Padparacsha Sapphire in the ring but couldn't find anything that I liked when we went to Hatton Gardens so we decided to have a ring made and buy the stone ourselves. I had a ring that mother gave me with 4 diamonds that I wanted to reuse as I never wore it. So here are some photos of the Sapphire which I love and the ring which will be taken apart.
This is the style of ring I would like- simple and elegant with a substantial band
As I've been a little bit slack in the Folksy Friday stakes I thought I'd do a (Green) Monster sized Folksy Friday of everything green that's been included this month so far. I didn't quite realise how many things there would be! I am always so impressed by the range and quality of items that can be found on Folksy.
Thank you to everyone that I've included- I hope you enjoy my choices... Quite unbelievable how many items there are which are just items listed this month! Wow you're all very busy people! So here goes... Sorry if I've not contacted you yet to ask to use you in the feature but it's going to take me a while to get through everyone!
Anna King Jewellery & The Crafty Bride
Lilly's Night Garden & Silk Purse, Sow's Ear
Sophie's Stuff & JCU Designs
Silk Purse, Sow's Ear & Falling Dew
Created by Kelly & Dottery Pottery
The Crafty Bride & Mary Elliott Jewellery
Ann Chandler Originals & Esme Dodsworth Design
Girl of the Sixties & Melissa's Ceramics
Aingeal Designs & Merry Berry and the Little Panda