Monday, February 22, 2010

In awe....

I must say that there is no way I can do justice to this weeks blog ring featured store.  I must also say that I have been totally in awe of steampunk jewelry since I first discovered it.  It has a certain mystery to it, yet it tends to be so comforting to me at the same time.  (Strange I know, but, I never said I wasn't :) 
CJ Grand had me mesmerized.  I must have flipped through her store atleast 100 times.











She seriously does some beautiful work....not to mention, she's also a member of the Etsy Steam Team and is a great supporter of the HAF Team...but really, let's get back to these pictures.....


(and I want this one :)


(oh and these...)


(this one too!!)

and did I mention she also makes healing fashion jewelry...

 (yup, I'll take this one too!)



You can find these wonderful pieces at her Etsy Shop, or her Artfire Shop,  she can also be found on her facebook page here.












But before you do that you really should go here and get a better look at this...
CJ, If you ever run out of room for all of your beautiful work, my door is ALWAYS open for it!!

hugs,
heather

9 comments:

MakinTheBestOfIt said...

Amazing job featuring an amazing artist! Great picks that I could probably find a home for in my jewelry box!

trusk4u said...

Your post is fabulous! I think we could all find a spot in our jewelry boxes for any of these pieces!

jewelrybyjanelle50 said...

amazing post for just as amazing an artist! You picked one of the same pieces to show that I did, great choices.

CJ Grand said...

Thank you everyone! I'm just going to be floating on a cloud tomorrow at work. Won't even let the boss bother me. Hugs to you too Heather.

jewelry by NaLa said...

I know what would happen if I went near CJ's store ... it would be, "I want this one and this one and this one ..." Very nice feature of an absolutely wonderful artist!

Mewes Mountain Arts said...

I'm with you! It would be hard to pick just one item to say I like it the best!! Great post!

Larissa said...

I could definitely own a bunch of those pieces too!

Haffina said...

Fabulous post, and a great artisan.

SSheilah said...

Great post, thanks for sharing! I heart steampunk, too. Like you said, it's fascinating and mysterious and comforting, all at once.