A piece of jewellery a day

I have set myself the challenge of making a piece of jewellery every day. There are no limitations on material or colour or size and I hope that by working quickly and spontaneously I will make a body of work that pushes the boundaries of my creative practice.

The End!

So this is it - 1 year and 366 pieces of jewellery later, this project has come to an end. Thank you very much for the likes, follows and comments, it has been great to have such encouragement. 

I don’t think I will be posting anything more to this blog because at one year this is a good place to finish. There are plans to have an exhibition of all 366 pieces in the future, in the meantime if you would like to keep up-to-date with future projects or work, I can be found on Twitter and Facebook.

Thank you, Emily x


Necklace: paper, cake sprinkles, resin, stainless steel, spray paint and cord.


Necklace: paper, resin, silver and cord.


Necklace: cake sprinkles, resin, wood and cord.


Necklace: kitchen sponge, knitted paper string and cord.


Necklace: found metal, paint, teabag leaves and cord.


Necklace: wood, paint, cord and chopped up laptop keys.


Necklace: wood, screws, cord, a spring, metal and found objects.


Necklace: wood, spray paint, cord, found metal, plastic and computer parts.

Earrings: old computer parts and silver.


Earrings: old computer parts and silver.