Cleaning Copper Jewelry with Ketchup

Posted on October 15, 2015 by LothLorien Stewart | 0 comments

How to clean copper jewelry with ketchupA few years back, my stepmom Annie was visiting and her heavy copper cuff bracelet was quite tarnished. Instead of asking me to use my professional jeweler toys (a tumbler, rotary tools, stacks of polishing cloths or crockpot full of hot citric acid pickle) she just opened up the fridge and pulled out the ketchup bottle. Within a few minutes, she had restored its orange copper shine.

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Caring for Copper Jewelry

Posted on October 15, 2015 by LothLorien Stewart | 0 comments

Copper Crescent Moon NecklaceYour beautiful copper jewelry, which started out so shiny and sparkling, has gradually lost its rosy luster. Over time, the jewelry has become chocolate brown - maybe even black. What is going on? Tarnish. Learn how to prevent and remove tarnish from your copper jewelry to restore its original shine.

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Need help choosing the ideal hoop size?

Posted on December 09, 2014 by LothLorien Stewart | 1 comment

Printable hoop size guideWhile recently reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to my son, I thought quite a bit about Willie Wonka's nifty invention, Wonkavision.  If only there was a way to zap some actual hoop sizes into an online shoppers hands. After careful consideration of the problem, my team of Oompa Loompas has found the solution.

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See my handmade hoops in action with this new video

Posted on March 19, 2014 by LothLorien Stewart | 1 comment

Mostly Sweet Jewelry's hoop demonstration video
If you are one of the women who has never had the chance to wear endless hoops before, this video is for you. In just a few minutes, this video will teach you about my handmade hoops, including how to put on and secure the closure.

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Cathedral Peak by moonlight

Posted on November 26, 2013 by LothLorien Stewart | 0 comments

I just tried a new technique of "framing" my pendant design.

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My most magnificent handmade owl pendant...

Posted on November 16, 2013 by LothLorien Stewart | 0 comments


I've been having a good time experimenting with using stones as the backdrop for my nature scenes.  This translucent Montana Agate was the perfect night sky for my new perched owl design.  There is one listed for sale at www.mostlysweet.com

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Red jasper ring...I think...

Posted on November 12, 2013 by LothLorien Stewart | 0 comments


Another new stone setting, featuring a stone that was gifted to me.  I'm reasonably sure that it is red jasper.

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