Tuesday, October 1, 2013

New location

I've been busy and have moved over to my new blog. Hope to see you there soon!
New Cypher Necklace

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

This blog has moved to a new home. Click HERE to be re-directed. Hope to see you there!  
Loop dangle earrings in silvery blue

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Goodbye...and hello

This will be the last official post here at Jibby and Juna as I move every thing over to my new blog.

They'll be some pretty big news over there tomorrow. 
Head on over and click to follow to get the whole scoop.

A small island...hint, hint.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Working on bits and pieces that have been waiting around to "become" something. If/when I can get the photos to turn out they'll be posted to the shop. (Hopefully later this week!) 

Thursday will be the last post on this blog and I'll be transferring over to the new blog.  

Thursday, March 21, 2013


After reading my last post about worry over waste, my daughter suggested I contact a company called TerraCycle to see if they are able to accept baked polymer clay for recycling. Does anyone send waste through their collection programs already?

TerraCycle Symbol on a plastic container

 They recycle all manner of plastics and their mantra is "eliminate the idea of waste" so I emailed them. I'll let you know what happens.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Recycling plastics

I have to admit to suffering some guilt over working in plastic.
Its not plastic's "lowly" reputation that bothers me. And polymer clay, and what's being done with it, might actually be an excellent vehicle to help gain respect for plastics in general. Yes, someday I think plastic will be elevated to its proper status alongside other things we dig out of the earth, as gold and silver's super flexible, colorful, chameleon cousin. 

But for now...I am left with some guilt because, in addition to not quite being able to get completely away from "disposable" plastics (the bag), I like to carve already cured clay. So I am left with shavings of the kind of plastic that can't be recycled in my area yet. I've been seriously considering giving up carving because of my waste (that as you can see I save because I can't bare to throw it away). 

Then I saw Mike Biddle's  TED talk about the future of recycling and its given me new hope! Give it a listen if you have the chance. 

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Movin' on up

Today's post is over at the new blog today! I'll be making a permanent switch to the new blog within a month so if you'd like to continue to follow, click over. 
Thank you!