I was very pleased and honored to be asked to make earrings for a bride to wear in her wedding in July. She wanted a certain color stone and I couldn't match it exactly. She and her mom saw me enameling and decided to use a color I happened to be enameling with, which was a perfect match. I rounded up the enameling so that it would look like a cabochon.
I have also made a couple of brooches for a shop in Bar Harbor that is doing a special brooch exhibit. Both are made with texture sheets, using my own drawings. The first is called "Make a Wish". The fuzzies on the dandelion are slightly raised and secured with resin.
The second is a reversible pin. The dangle part has a swirly tree design on one side and a stylized fiddlehead on the other. That part can be removed and turned over to hang on the pin portion. I suppose it could also be worn on a chain.
I used a jewelry lacquer to seal the patina for the first time on this piece. I've been afraid to because every other thing I tried ended up changing the color of the patina. This one didn't, though. I didn't spray it, but actually sprayed a pool of the lacquer onto a piece of plastic and "painted" it into the depression where the lacquer is.
If you would like to see more photos of the two pins, you can see those here.