Jewellery for LimbBo Foundation

Those of you who know me well are used to seeing me ‘play’ with a variety of creative ideas. I love trying anything new be it making baby shoes or freezing flowers, I’ll give it a go. My latest addiction is ‘Acrylic pouring’ – this is so so messy and so amazingly therapeutic. You can’t completely control your result and you never know what you are going to get.

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I was introduced to this art form by a wonderful friend Pamela Sanders – check out her page – she is way out of my league as an artist but she’s a great teacher (Kingstone friends she’s also Sharon’s sister!)

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My other loves are my gorgeous grandchildren (Tommy, LJ and Joseph just make me smile). Again, if you follow me you will know that Tommy is the inspiration behind  the  LimbBo Foundation which we formed to raise awareness of limb differences and support these children and their families. In an attempt to combine my loves I’m making jewellery using acrylic pouring and hoping to sell these necklaces and bracelets to donate the profits   to Limbbo. Some of my friends were kind enough to say they might be interested – hence this post.

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Each necklace is completely unique (I couldn’t make two the same even if I tried!)

They are £10 each plus £1 postage but I can reduce the price if you buy more than one. There are various ‘colour ranges’, Earth tones, Black and white, brights, pink and grey … all come with a soft suede type fastening/string  in a variety of colours – I just add which colour I think works but am happy to add a specific colour if you wish.

If you are one of my Barnsley friends, I’ll throw in a free coffee and biscuit if you want to come and have a look 🙂

Please message me if you are interested either on here or via twitter/instagram @janeh271

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I gave the limbBo mums one of these at our meet up last week – thanks to Bianca for allowing me to use her photo.

Her’s my amazing Tommy D making his own painting which has pride of place on my kitchen wall.

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Hope to chat to some of you soon. x

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