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Handmade Market Pop Up

  • Posted on July 5, 2012 at 6:16 PM

This weekend you will find me at the Handmade Market Pop Up Market at Hornsby Westfield. The market will be on all day Saturday and Sunday on the walkway up the top between the food court and the other centre.

Come and say hi, check out what I’ve been creating and maybe even get some tools and kits to make your own!

Remember, I sell books, bamboo paper bead rollers, kits, quilling tools and a full range of sizes in papers to help you create your own pieces. If you prefer ready made, I have cards, hair clips, bookmarks, photo frames and jewellery, If you are after anything special, I can make to order too. Just ask!

See you then!

Hornsby Craft Fair Preparations

  • Posted on June 15, 2012 at 1:04 PM

I am getting very excited about the upcoming Hornsby Craft Fair at Hornsby RSL. I have spent this week creating some paper bead items and have really enjoyed getting creative again. I think I was missing the point of it being fun and was trying to make everything bigger and more complicated than it should be. I am also looking into some other local markets and fairs.

To see what I’ve been creating, come along to Hornsby RSL, Sunday June 24th, 11am – 4pm.

Now to get some quilling done…

HORNSBY CRAFT FAIR

  • Posted on June 5, 2012 at 3:28 PM

I’m very excited, as on the weekend, I found out that my application to be a stallholder at the Hornsby Craft Fair was successful :)

On Sunday, 24th June, from 11am – 4pm, come to the Hornsby RSL Showroom to visit me (!) and also see a great assortment of Art, Craft, Jewellery and more, handmade by local people.

For sale, I will have quilling tools, papers, books, paper bead rollers, paper glaze, kits as well as finished pieces handmade by me. If you plan on coming and there is something in particular you would like to see, please let me know.

It is very exciting to be a part of this local and very popular quarterly fair.

Paper Bead Jewellery Now in Stock!

  • Posted on March 9, 2011 at 12:07 PM

Red and Black Choker ┬ęBelinda Fox

For some unique pieces of jewellery (don’t forget Mother’s Day is coming up!) head to my online store.

I am happy to do custom designs upon request. These pieces make such a beautiful and personal present for occasions such as Mother’s Day, birthday, Christmas and to say “I Love You”. Traditionally the first wedding anniversary gift is paper – paper jewellery – what could be more perfect?

Contact me for further information. Classes will be starting soon, so register your interest for these too.

Bamboo Paper Bead Roller Kits

  • Posted on February 25, 2011 at 8:55 PM

Bamboo Paper Bead Roller Kits

I am very excited to announce a product that I will be stocking in my supplies range and I am the only one in Australia with them.

Through Janice Mae, I am now stocking the paper bead rollers with paper strips to make beads. These bamboo paper bead rollers are made in The Philippines, her homeland, where her sister has helped many families who now make these rollers and beads. Janice also pledges school supplies to underprivileged Filipino children.

These rollers make creating paper beads so easy but not only that, they are beautifully decorated with paper beads! You get consistent sized holes and the paper is held between the bamboo pieces so it doesn’t slip.

These will be in my online store after the Craft Fair where they will be displaying them and have them available for purchase. If you are interested in classes using these rollers to make beautiful, versatile paper beads to create stunning, unique jewellery, please contact me!

Paper Bead Bracelet

  • Posted on October 20, 2010 at 7:31 PM

Yes, that’s right, paper beads!! As an extension to my quilling, I have also started making paper bead jewellery, something for myself really! I’m not a big jewellery wearer but have decided I need to spruce things up a bit.

I love wearing black so have made a black, white and silver bracelet using memory wire. The beads are glazed for some water (and sweat) resistance but I certainly wouldn’t want to get them too wet, not sure what would happen and don’t really want to test the theory!

I am really pleased with how it looks and is comfortable, even for a non-jewellery wearer, to wear. Now if only I could make diamonds from paper…..

Paper Bead Bracelet