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(but remember that ‘kind’ isn’t the same as ‘nice’ • & it sure doesn’t mean being a pushover)

$5 from this will go to the Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico • trans people being kinda liminal & all • seemed appropriate


materials • i was gifted the purple beads by a friend of mine

• the copper wire was gifted to me by my brother-in-law, who salvages it from the generators he repairs for a living


size • the entire piece is just about 4″ tall

• & the copper u is 1 1/2″ wide


Originally published at The Vagabond Tabby. You can comment here or there.

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there is a different green.

$5 from this (& from all my jewelry) will go to the ACLU • they’ve got a lot to get done


materials • a friend made the lampworked glass beads & gave them to me

• the copper wire was gifted to me by my brother-in-law, who salvages it from the generators he repairs for a living


size • the entire piece is just about 2 1/4″ tall

• the copper u is a little under 1 1/2″ wide


Originally published at The Vagabond Tabby. You can comment here or there.

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red & blue • i forgot the white • close enough • Cap wouldn’t mind i think


materials • i traded soap to a friend for the beads

• the copper wire was gifted to me by my brother-in-law, who salvages it from the generators he repairs for a living


size • the entire piece is just about 1 1/2″ tall • & about 1″ wide


Originally published at The Vagabond Tabby. You can comment here or there.

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long & dangly • this one is fun to wear • although it winds up in my cleavage a lot • which might be an advantage come to think of it

no two the same, ever • i’d get bored if i tried that • nothing new, everything is scavenged, salvaged, bartered for, trashpicked, mudlarked, gifted, or thrifted


materials • i found the seaglass while mudlarking along the banks of fountain creek in colorado

• the copper wire was gifted to me by my brother-in-law, who salvages it from the generators he repairs for a living


size • the entire piece is about 4″ tall

• each piece of seaglass is just about an inch tall

• the heavy copper wire u-shape is 1.25″ across


Originally published at The Vagabond Tabby. You can comment here or there.

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it’s not actually a torc • it’s sort of too small? • but it’s shaped LIKE a torc • with spirals & all • green beads • seaglass • sort of going for the celtic look here • i might have succeeded?

no two the same, ever • i’d get bored if i tried that • nothing new, everything is scavenged, salvaged, bartered for, trashpicked, mudlarked, gifted, or thrifted


materials • i found the seaglass while mudlarking along the banks of fountain creek in colorado • technically i suppose it’s creek glass

• i bartered for the wood & green beads with a friend in pennsylvania, trading some of my soap

• the copper wire was gifted to me by my brother-in-law, who salvages it from the generators he repairs for a living

• i found the heavy steel wire along the side of the road


size • the entire piece is about 3.5″ tall

• the torc is 2″ across (measuring to the outside of the spirals)

• the seaglass piece is just about 1.5″ tall


Originally published at The Vagabond Tabby. You can comment here or there.

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Though here at journey’s end I lie
in darkness buried deep,
beyond all towers strong and high,
beyond all mountains steep,
above all shadows rides the Sun
and Stars for ever dwell:
I will not say the Day is done,
nor bid the Stars farewell.

$5 from this goes to the ACLU • p sure they’ll put it to good use


materials • i found the seaglass & the green rock while mudlarking along the banks of fountain creek in colorado • technically i suppose it’s creek glass • still a rock tho

• the spirals came from a pile of various bits i got from a merchant in pennsylvania in trade for helping them break down their booth

• the copper wire was gifted to me by my brother-in-law, who salvages it from the generators he repairs for a living

• i found the heavy steel wire along the side of the road


size • the entire piece is just over three inches long

• the green rock is about an inch tall


Originally published at The Vagabond Tabby. You can comment here or there.

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