Welcome to Snibbles Handcrafts, a collection of my "little bits of creativity". Snibble was a word I picked up from my Great Grandmother when I was little to describe the bits of paper and cloth that I made when I found scissors that I wasn't supposed to have. The actual definition: snibble n. [From Pennsylvania Dutch slang.] 1. Small pieces of paper, material, threads or the like left over from cutting.
Now, "snibbles" represents my jewelry creations because I like to use found objects and bits of things to create one of a kind accessories for people tall through small. I find inspiration from vintage botanical prints and traditional floral folk art from South America and Europe.
Every piece is carefully crafted from
salvaged, vintage, and collected treasures.
These are truly one of a kind statements.
Announcement! New things are coming to Snibbles and Bits. My new home studio will be open to private and semi-private lessons, with a potential for Skype lessons too, for those not in CO. Pearl is helping me out to get my supplies sorted for the debut run this weekend for the 6 year olds' birthday party. Stay tuned!!