Monday, 10 May 2010

Scorch's Pyrography & Custom Jewellery

I have been busy surfing the web over the last few days trying to find royalty free photographs to represent the various craft disciplines (all will come clear later this week when I launch a new website project). Anyway, the craft category that I was having the biggest difficulty with was trying to find a photograph to represent Pyrography.

Then it dawned on me that I (well actually my wife Angela) already has a pendant that has been made using Pyrography! It was custom made for me by the very talented Tracey Annison of Scorch's Pyrography for a Christmas present for my wife and I have never shown it off!

pyrography pendant
The pendant is made from solid sycamore wood and the picture is of our special place, Stonehenge and burnt onto the reverse side there is a personal message to my wife. The whole process of having the pendant custom made by Scorch was fantastic and enabled me to have something that far exceeded my expectations, and my wife was very pleased too!

On another note, I have just had my first custom order for some name on rice pendants. A lady wants two, both with writing on each side of the grain of rice and the glass vial coloured. I am extremely excited with this order as apart from making these pendants for friends and family, it will be my first custom name on rice jewellery order.

In fact, I am a little bit shaky with the prospect, which is not a good way to be when you are about to write on a grain of rice.

Hope you are all have a good week!

5 comments:

  1. Tracey does some lovely work and this pendant really shows off stonehenge well.

    Can't wait to see the coloured rice vial pendants :)

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  2. Wow, what a lovely pendant, and what a talent from Tracy - just spent sometime looking at her website, some fabulous christmas pressie ideas there. My favorite was the pet house sign, must put that on the wish list for a pressie.
    Look forward to your new project.
    Lynda

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  3. Yes, I use a magnifying glass! I will try my luck with your blog in a minute (I am way behind in catching up with blogs lol).

    Mick

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  4. I just saw this - thank you SO much for all those kind words, everyone!

    This was a great commission to make, and I'm so pleased that it was a success as a gift.

    Thanks again,
    Tracey (Scorch)

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    1. Hi Tracey and lovely to hear from you again! I hope you are keeping well...my wife still loves her pendant!

      Mick

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