I’ve been really busy lately making new pieces for my Echoes Collection. The process has been quite easy as these ideas have been rattling around my head for several months and it’s been lovely to finally realise the designs at last.
They keep falling… Today I’m quite excited to launch a new product – my copper cloud decorations. These came about through a challenge I set myself recently – to make something from the scrap metal on my bench.
I’ve had a busy few months working on my new jewellery collection ‘Echoes‘ which got it’s first outing at the Fife’s Creative Industries exhibition in Lochgelly last month – the exhibition runs until March so pop along and have a look. I’ve also been getting ready for other exhibitions, online sales as well as The […]
I’ve been busy working away in my studio – the beginnings of a new jewellery collection, as yet with no name. It’s new in production, but it’s been in my head for years, I’ve just never had the time to experiment and devote enough time to development until now.
I’m firing all pistons and it’s all systems go at Milomade HQ at the moment. BCTF is only 7 weeks away! Amazingly I don’t feel too stressed – yet. But a lot of that is down to my endless list making and my relentless need to keep going without burning myself out, but also having […]
I’ve been working steadily over the past few months on a new collection of jewellery. It’s based on a few pieces I’ve always made and have sold successfully in the past. I just want to expand the range and develop it fully as I intend to launch the collection at BCTF next year.
A customer approached me at the end of last year in the hope of commissioning me to create a few pieces of jewellery for her from some heirloom antique silverware she had.
I’ve been working with sea glass again over the past few weeks creating a set of jewellery for a customer. He wants to treat his wife on her 40th birthday and commissioned me to make something unique that had to be in silver and preferably include the colour green.
I made these pendants a while ago and never really finished them off. I just discovered them in a box whilst looking for something else.
Having completed my domed copper locket, I’ve decided to try out a book type locket for my next project at SilverHub Studios in Edinburgh. In true Evie Milo style, I can’t keep things simple, oh no, I have to add in a bit of metal etching too, and not just a bit of simple experimental […]