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Graymalkin's Wireworks over the Holidays
|Posted by David Burling on January 7, 2011 at 3:08 PM||comments (16)|
I had the opportunity to sell some of my wares at the Fat Goose Craft Fair on December 12th, 2010. I look forward to doing it again later this year!
Graymalkin's Wireworks in Snap Kingston!
|Posted by David Burling on September 1, 2010 at 7:18 PM||comments (0)|
Pagan Pride was a success! Tricia and Betty Jane put together a fantastic festival. Check it out next year for sure!
In the meantime, check out Graymalkin's at Pagan Pride!
Preparations for Pagan Pride.
|Posted by David Burling on August 10, 2010 at 12:28 PM||comments (0)|
So, this week I'm preparing for the first annual Kingston Pagan Pride day on Saturday. While I do not identify as a Pagan I have friends who do and I was invited by the organizers to vend at the event. I'm making a special selection of jewelry for this event with a focus on Viking knit chain and set stones. The stones in partucular are a challenge since I've only done one peice with a set stone before (the rutilated quartz ring). Anyway, I hope to post updates more often from now on.
See you on Saturday
I am a firebug.
|Posted by David Burling on July 18, 2010 at 12:35 AM||comments (2)|
Well no, not really. But sometimes I like to take my torch and melt metal with it. When it cools, I get to hit it with a hammer. A lot.
Check here for updates. As I start new projects, I'll write about what it is I'm making and how I'm making it. It is, in fact, a bit more difficult to make my pieces than simply burning things and then hitting them. But it's always fun.
Tune in next week....
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