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So, having been a Monkees fan for a couple of decades, I was saddened when Davy Jones passed away last week. It wasn't until a few days ago that I could bring myself to watch an episode or listen to their music again...but when I did, it made me smile so much it inspired me to make something cheerful and small and bright.

So I did a few pendants referencing their famous shirts with the double row of buttons, in the three most frequent colors they wore :-)

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We're just trying to be friendly )
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One of my favorite exchanges from Sherlock, re-created in bobby pin form and set under glass.


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What do they say? )
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Why do I have the urge to break out every five minutes into full-scale, movie-musical song?





...oh right.


(Custom text rings available at my Etsy shop)
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Did a couple more more tiny pendants with text under glass. This time I wanted some Supernatural quotes, in celebration of being juuuust about to finish up S4. (At last!)


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Customizable text pendants now available at my Etsy!

ETA: The first batch has sold out, thanks everyone! I've added a few more.
ETA 2: Second batch now sold out, thank you!
ETA 3: A few are now available again.



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Been wanting to do these for ages.

A handful of little text pendants with Sherlock Holmes quotes from a mix of versions.


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A closer look... )
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When the 2009 Sherlock Holmes movie came out, I did a set of customizable text pendants. Now for Sherlock 2010 I wanted to do something similar, but give it a contemporary twist.

I've had this idea for weeks, but it was only last night that I found the right size drill, and...

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When the 2009 Sherlock Holmes movie came out, I did a set of customizable text pendants. Now for Sherlock 2010 I wanted to do something similar, but give it a contemporary twist.

I've had this idea for weeks, but it was only last night that I found the right size drill, and...

Preview:



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I finished off the bulk of my outstanding commissions this week and as I had a bit of a lull period while waiting for other people to get back to me about future ones, I had time to sneak in a few crafts for myself.

Since establishing shots of Baker Street are practically de rigueur for screen adaptations of Sherlock Holmes, I decided I wanted to turn some of the street signs into charms.

They required a bit of rejiggering via Photoshop since they all appear onscreen at an angle. The longest tile is less than 1.5" long, not counting the embedded loop.

Can you tell which adaptation each sign comes from?


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More pics )
ETA: One more pic, along with two older charms I haven't posted before.
(The round Baker St. charm is a "piece" of an 1890 map of London.)
I wouldn't wear them all at once--they'd be too heavy--but they do make a nice collection together like this and I can mix and match as I wish.
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I finished off the bulk of my outstanding commissions this week and as I had a bit of a lull period while waiting for other people to get back to me about future ones, I had time to sneak in a few crafts for myself.

Since establishing shots of Baker Street are practically de rigueur for screen adaptations of Sherlock Holmes, I decided I wanted to turn some of the street signs into charms.

They required a bit of rejiggering via Photoshop since they all appear onscreen at an angle. The longest tile is less than 1.5" long, not counting the embedded loop.

Can you tell which adaptation each sign comes from?


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More pics )
ETA: One more pic, along with two older charms I haven't posted before.
(The round Baker St. charm is a "piece" of an 1890 map of London.)
I wouldn't wear them all at once--they'd be too heavy--but they do make a nice collection together like this and I can mix and match as I wish.
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My little tribute to the wonderful Russian adaptation of Sherlock Holmes (Приключения Шерлока Холмса и доктора Ватсона). It's even interactive!


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My little tribute to the wonderful Russian adaptation of Sherlock Holmes (Приключения Шерлока Холмса и доктора Ватсона). It's even interactive!


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It'll come as no surprise to some of you that I love decoupaged shadow boxes, so I just had to try my hand at making a wearable one.


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It'll come as no surprise to some of you that I love decoupaged shadow boxes, so I just had to try my hand at making a wearable one.


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I'm finally turning into the homestretch of the waitlist for these, so in celebration I wanted to show some of the great designs that people have come up with.


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I'm finally turning into the homestretch of the waitlist for these, so in celebration I wanted to show some of the great designs that people have come up with.


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