Friday, May 25, 2012

Flower Ring - Inni Pärnänen

Jewelry designer Inni Pärnänen of Finland worked with unusual materials to make this lovely ring.

Burnt Paper Flower Ring
photo by Sade Kahra

Composed of burnt paper, candle wax, iron, and cotton thread, the dimensional flower is a striking art piece. She also uses traditional metals to create jewelry along with a few oddities... cow horns, for example! Visit her gallery.

Facebook Finds this past week:

Frame a stylish geometric print
A new take on recovering hardback books
Paper and Present (think wrapping supplies, washi tape, and baker's twine) is celebrating its first anniversary with discounts and a giveaway - your odds of winning are superb.

This weekend is not only nice and long due to Memorial Day here in the U.S., but it's the kick-off to summer too, my very favorite time of year. Have a good one!


Sathya said...

Lovely and enjoyed seeing the gallery

SUGANTHI said...

This is a real beauty!! Her jewels are real work of art.

Baukje said...

what a beautiful card and beautiful flowers
I love all your work
fine Pentecost
Greetings Baukje

Anonymous said...

What a marvellous piece of art jewellery!! I love the burnt edges of this ring and I enjoyed browsing Inni's gallery pics.

Isabelle said...

Goodness me, aren't people clever?

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