L1017G on Jan 12, 2014
Perfect gift for the holidays! She loved it.
L1017G on Jan 12, 2014
Ordered a bracelet for a present and had to get one for myself!
Anonymous on Jul 20, 2013
super cute and very well made!
Anonymous on Jul 19, 2013
This is the second bracelet I have purchased from Linda, this time as a present for my Mum. The bracelet itself is lovely and Linda has once again gone the extra mile with her presentation of the bracelet in a cute little brown box, all ready for giving as a gift. A highly recommended crafter!
It all started when I was standing in line
I like to buy my clothes at a women's clothing consignment store in town. One day I was standing in line with my purchases and saw a bracelet for sale on the counter. I wasn't much of a bracelet person, but really liked how it had upcycled watch faces on it and that it was fun without being too flashy or bulky.
I just about made it to my car when I thought, "I could make these and sell them on Etsy".
I did a few things to make the designs my own. First, I added handstamped polymer clay tiles. I mix the colors myself and select several coordinating colors for each piece. I also started searching for funky little charms that were flat on one side and were the right size. I expanded the kinds of watch parts I use to include mainspring barrels from old mechanical watches, and assorted gears.
It's not really steampunk, though. I don't know what to call the style - mixed media? Claypunk?
Oh, the name Physaria? It's the scientific name of the plant I studied in school. It's a nice little member of the mustard family and kind of like my shop offerings. Pretty, fun, but not too flashy. Small scale bling.
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Hi, I'm Sally, the shop mascot. My good attitude and tendency to sleep all day allows the owner to get lots done.
I work in a lab and have discovered my creative side in recent years. I make jewelry from vintage buttons, upcycled watch parts, polymer clay tiles and whatever interesting bits I can find.
My interests include botany, technology, crafting and art. This all started when I was at a consignment store once and saw a bracelet on the counter that I really liked. Before I had made it out to my car, the though occurred to me: "I could make something like these and sell them on Etsy". And here I am. I use the similar upcycled watch parts that I saw in that first bracelet, but have put my own spin on it. I used to work for a company that makes rubber stamps, and recently saw the work of a very impressive polymer clay artist. Voila! The two experiences combined and the results are the clay tiles I use in my bracelets and necklaces. I've also sought out funky little charms to use, as well as nifty buttons and a bit of wire work.
I'm not a fan of large jewelry and instead use the term "small scale bling" to describe my work. I like a little sass, a little flash, a dash of whimsy and some color. Due to the nature of the clay tiles and watch parts, each piece is distinctive and unique. I like that part of it, and hope you do too.
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See elements that you like and want made into your own piece? I'm happy to work with customers to create their own bracelet from the elements you see.