Steampunk style

Make Art Monday

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A Stitch in Time,
using beads and cabochons from Earthenwood Studios
(see below)

Some folks say that Steampunk is dead, but I don’t agree, and neither do many of you! I’ve received requests for more more more of this funky style that combines Victorian sensibilities with steampowered technology. Steampunk merges the two into an alternative future where steampower still reigns. I love the look, because it allows me to combine many of the elements that I love the most into a form that stops short of being completely masculine. Not that steampunk can’t be masculine, but not usually in my hands!

Here are some pieces that I’ve made this year:

Time to Run

A Stitch in Time (which will be in an upcoming issue of Belle Armoire Jewelry!)

Other steampunk designers (not all jewelry):

Steampunk Workshop

Steampunk Jewelry blog

edm.designs

Sillof’s Workshop

Eric Freitas

Molly “Porkshanks” Friedrich

The Builder’s Studio

Steampunk Jewelry and Art lens

The Steampunk Home

Gizmodo

Brass Goggles


Supplies for making your own:

Earthenwood Studios

Steampunk supplies on Etsy

Steampunk supplies on eBay

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    • http://jamawatts.blogspot.com Jama

      I totally agree! I have a line of SteamPunk earrings that sold like mad a few weekends ago at an art fair. I just haven’t gotten around to photographing the others for my etsy shop :)

    • http://www.jewelryandbeading.com Cyndi L

      Ooooo…I’d love to see them!

    • http://www.barbesaintjohn.com barbe

      I make steampunk jewelry too, and am teaching a class in it at the Spring ZNE convention.

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