It's that time of year...last minute gifts, holiday cards, and so many festivities abound!!! No worries, The Beach House Gallery has you covered. Handmade, one of a kind art treasures will make any recipient on your list a very, very, happy receiver. Homer, Alaska will have its unique version of last minute holiday shopping available all day on Saturday, December 17th, 10:00am-6:00pm. Be there it will be a glorious holiday extravaganza for all.!!!
Blessed and Joyous greetings to each and every one of you!
Thursday, December 15, 2016
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Its fall! And I'm having one of those great sales events...I have curated much of the old and many new jewelry items all just for you! Click on the jewelry tab at the top of the page and view the amazing assortment of one of a kind earrings. Earrings for any and every occasion, plus there are necklaces all artistically fashioned, all unique and will compliment any fall outfit. There is still much more I need to do but, I'm having a blast with the updated look of this blog, and it is my hope you will enjoy the layout and selections just the same. There is more to come, please keep coming back and please share this site with a friend.
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Friday, January 15, 2016
It's January, and I'm wishing everyone a very Happy New Year! Let's start this month with a fun and easy DYI bracelet project. I love working with metals and copper is one of my favorites because, it's affordable, and malleable. Copper can be painted, etched, torched, enameled and even hammered into a beautiful shine. Okay, Lets begin.
Hole punch tool
Pliers: Needle nose, wide nose
Rubber bands (thick and wide)
Use the tin snips to cut copper at approximately 3/4" inches wide by 2-1/2" inches in length.
Sand the edges of the copper till smooth.
Align the hole punch tool and make two holes at both ends of the copper tab.
Insert the eyelets into both holes and set them appropriately.
Place copper tab firmly over the soup can and conform (wearing your gloves). Wrap the rubber bands around the soup can to hold the copper tab in place and set aside for 24 hours.
Attach the jump rings or create a simple loop with wire then secure to one end of the bracelet.
Thread the beads onto beading wire and crimp to the jump ring at one end and to the clasp at the other end.
Copper has a warm glow and is complimentary to any skin type. This metal is claimed by some to have anti-inflammatory properties that can alleviate arthritis which, makes this the ideal project and jewelry accessory to wear this cold January month. Enjoy!