Carnelian and Turquoise gemstone Statement – Available

Carnelian is one of my favorite stones because of deep colour of the stone. It is earthy, inviting and it can be mixed with several other materials including copper. The turquoise is equally special to me for its calming hue.

This bold necklace is for the adventurous. Simply let this necklace do all the talking when you walk into the room!


Gemstones ought to be cared and not tossed about. So store in a cool, dry area. Apply perfumes and lotions prior to putting on gemstone jewelry.

Interested in purchasing this statement piece?  Use the contact for below or email Gifts will be packaged and ready for you!

—Tasha, UYJ



My final stash

The next set of posts will show all the AVAILABLE pieces. Even though today is designated the final day for custom orders, any of these items can be bought as they are completed pieces.

To make it easier, a contact form is present for each of those posts. It is my first time using them. So, you can declare your interest using that form and I will contact you in return.

Here is one of my favourites made during the week: –





Ok! So I added two! 🙂 🙂

Also bear in mind that Old Year’s/New Year’s is approaching so there will be a few more items added next week as well!

*Remember, the next pieces will be marked AVAILABLE – Ready to be sold as is. Items will be packaged.

—Tasha, UYJ 


Project: Get to work!

I am not one to rush a project.

I can take a while to decide what I want to do with a string of beads. So often there are just too many ideas and it is very difficult to decide on what theme, components, colour scheme, etc.

You might recall that earlier this month, I blogged on the selection of beads from the Bead Bazaar in Miami, FL.

The next series of posts shows several bracelets made from this lot, catering to both guys and gals.

Unless otherwise indicated, the pieces showcased are on sale at the prices listed.

As usual, I welcome your feedback. Leave me your comments or orders here. Or, email me at

Thank you!!

—Tasha, UYJ