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Tania Murphy

Monday, June 21, 2010

Healing Heart Jewellery

My business is slowly evolving all the time, something that I am very grateful for. I never feel stagnant or locked in to a particular theme or function. Having the ability now to work from my studio my thoughts have had the ability to run and leap into new directions. One of these new directions is healing jewellery. I have a special fondness for gemstones mostly for their earthly feel and the warmth that they bring to a design.
I am turning my attention more and more to these elements of the earth to provide one of a kind designs for my clients.

I have friends that are involved in healing work such as Reiki & energy work that suggest different gemstones to their clients to help with different aspects of their life. There are plenty of tumbled stones around but some gemstones just beg to be worn. This is where I come in. - I love designing functional jewellery that evokes creativity and uniqueness for the wearer. Not only does the wearer have a beautiful unique statement piece, they also have a functional healing tool to assist them just be.

If you are after a statement piece using a particular type of gemstone just contact me and I will assist you with a design.

"Lost World" - A mixture of brass and copper findings with a side clasp feature. Wonderful assortment of Citrine & Snakeskin Jasper gemstones, finished off with a whimsical bow. One of a Kind - $65.00

Citrine is known as an Abundance and Wealth Stone. It is a powerful cleanser and regenerator. Citrine is joyous, warm and energizing. Raises self esteem, stimulates mental focus. Absorbs, transmutes, dissipates and grounds negative energy, i.e. extremely protective for the environment.

Japser helps align the chakras, it provides protection and grounds energies and the body. It absorbs negative energy and cleanses and aligns the chakras and the aura. Jasper sustains and supports during times of stress, and brings tranquility and wholeness. Jasper reminds people to help each other.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Brisbane Bead & Gem Show 2010

The Brisbane Bead & Gem show is just around the corner. So start getting your shopping list together now.

I will be sharing a stand with a couple of other beading buddies, so our site will give you a feast for your eyes.

Kits, Kits, Kits are my focus for this show - I get a lot of feedback from beginner beaders that tell me that these sort of events overwhelm them. They tend to get confused due to the massive assortment of items. People love kits - everything in it to make it, instructions and photos. They tend to finish the item rather than stashing a bag of beads away that they intend to use "one day".

Here are a few of the kits that I have started to get ready for the show - over the next couple of days they will be available on my website as well.

Hope you can come along and visit us

Fri 2nd July 10am - 5pm
Sat 3rd July 10am - 5pm
Sun 4th July 10am - 4pm

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

No Bridezillas Allowed

I was watching cable TV the other day and came across the show Bridezillas - well it scared the absolute begezzers out of me. I have nothing against brides, I have been one twice! All I am asking my universe for is that all of my clients will be calm, collected, reasonable and eternally grateful for my assistance.

So, why am I on this tangent? I have a bridal fair to attend this weekend, even though I have been making jewellery and designing pieces for brides for over 12 years this TV show has had me wondering if there really are people out there like that?

I have had professional photos done, advertised and had editorials written and booked into the bridal fair. Can I put a sign up " No Bridezillas Required"?

I mean why would I think that my clients would be anything else than calm, collected, resonable and grateful?

Have any of you come across a Bridezilla - are they real or just a figment of your imagination that only live in TV land? - Would love to hear your stories.


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