Even though I believe in contributing to making this a greener planet, saying goodbye to my car of 12 years is a little like experiencing a death in the family.
Sometimes with enough care and time you can transform a would-be flop into a not-so-bad result. Often the process of creation is usually more important than the product anyway (at least to the artist!)
A clear blue aquamarine pendant rendering is accompanied by a list of actions to inspire and help you get through difficult times
A quiet amethyst and pearl pendant design is paired with three inspirational and wise quotes from the Dalai Lama, Henry David Thoreau and Art Buchwald
Many believe that opals possess supernatural powers - sometimes to the detriment of the wearer. What do you think?
Sometimes you learn more from design flops than from the designs that flow easily.
Pretty in pink describes this lovely pink sapphire, amethyst and pearl chandelier earring rendering by award-winning jewelry designer Joana Miranda
Sometimes less is more as evidenced in this stunning diamond Lotus Pendant rendering by Joana Miranda
Sometimes the most extraordinary human gift is that of true love.
Paying homage to the painting techniques used in illuminated manuscripts with a gold and black pearl earring rendering done in gouache paint on vellum paper