Studio Snapshots from 2015 November 21 2015
My studio is an old industrial mill building and it has huge windows that let in lots of great plant light.
Production Day: hammering some Halo Necklaces in gold & silver. After the hammering is done to add some beautiful light reflective texture I drill and polish each one before assembly.
Studio shelfie. first go around. I've changed the lineup on this shelf more times than I'd like share. Shelfie problems.
Soldering stud earrings.
A little spot in my shipping station keeps all of my postcards, business cards, thank you cards and other packaging essentials handy and accessible.
Production Day: Giving an initial refinishing to these vintage lockets before I turn them into pieces with a high golden shine.
This year I rebranded my line under my own name. Here's a look at my new logo and business cards.
If you've been following along for a while you might be rolling your eyes at my ridiculous vintage chair photos at this point. Here are two more. The seat on the chairs is a light sage-y green vinyl. The like the color but not the material. I'm looking to give these an oiling and then change out the fabric on the seats to a light gray or navy color.
Production Day: lots of pretty petal pendants personalized, drilled and now ready for a dee polish to bring out the shine.
Shipping packages off at the end of the day.
New sketching pencils and sketchbook ready to be filled with new design ideas.
Another version of my shellie. I think it still looks pretty like this at the current time. I am very guilty of overthinking my shelf arrangements.
A beautiful building in my studio neighborhood last Fall.
Images: Rebecca Tollefsen via Instagram