I'm learning, though, that not all nose piercings are created equal. The hole placement matters. Higher holes might make a style more uncomfortable or require a larger hoop than lower holes. So I guess I'll just try to stick to what is considered standard. I don't have a nose piercing so I've asked someone to test drive the styles for me and give me some feedback.
Thursday, March 13, 2014
I was late getting on the Instagram bandwagon. But now that I've joined, I've been surprised by the inspiration I find there and how supportive other artists are. I love that I can just take quick pictures with my phone and they don't have to be perfect (some are even a bit out of focus, thankyouverymuch).
If you are on Instagram and want to follow the Ellie's account, I show some of the projects I blog about but I also show some of my works in progress. Have you joined? You can follow me at http://instagram.com/elliesjewels.
Here are some of my recent Instagram posts from that account:
|Lucky horseshoe necklace in sterling silver|
|Trio of circles necklace in sterling silver|
|A druzy (drusy?) quartz I'm enamored with and made into this necklace|
|Two rings - a small sterling ring with a copper disc and sterling embellishments|
and a large sterling and copper ring
|Possibly my favorite necklace ever - a large labradorite and sterling silver necklace|