Thursday, 20 November 2008


I have had so much fun making my new range of super cute Christmas decorations from old, unloved and unwanted vinyl records. I just love the the juxtaposition of old and new using traditional materials like lace with modern plastic vinyl.

I am selling these as a 3 pack in my ETSY store for £7.50 ($15.00) plus p&p - a perfect gift for any vinyl lover to hang on their tree or use as a gift tag, key ring or Christmas cracker gift.
A guaranteed conversation piece! x

Sunday, 9 November 2008

New Gallery in my list of stockists....

A fantastic new gallery has opened up this week in Silsden, West Yorkshire called The Projeto Gallery.

And how lucky am I to be selling my spoils there!

This is a really exiting opportunity for me, not only sell in an area of the country that is yet to be touched by the sparkle of Sisily Love, but also to have my work displayed amongst some great artists like Laszlo Szabo and Saltyshadow , along with other fantastic jewellers like and

Many thanks to the gallery owner Paula Baker-Parkin who has done an amazing job of displaying my work...

So if you are in the area please pop in, I'm sure you will not be disappointed!

Photos: Paula Baker-Parkin

It must be a sign.....!!!

Just lately I have been OBSESSED with vinyl, so much so that my other work has been put on the back burner....along with one of my best sellers; my twisted Lego jewellery...

Then....last week a GIANT Lego man washed up Brighton beach! It has got to be a sign!

My first reaction was I WANT IT, but then I realised that it probably would not be the most practical of house hold items as it measures a stunning 8ft tall! (but at least it wouldn't get lost down the back of the sofa...)
Brighton and Hove Council say that they are happy to leave it where it landed on the beach - How fab... my god I LOVE this town!
According to the local newspaper, the giant Lego man (I have named him George), swam over from Denmark (where there is a Lego Park), but others believe that he fell off a ship or is part of a publicity stunt. I believe however, that it was a sign, especially for me, to make more of my Lego jewellery.....!!!
What makes me even more sure of this is that in August last year, another giant Lego man washed up on the beach in the Dutch resort of Zandvoort. (YES - I AM GOING TO HOLLAND THIS THURSDAY!)
I wonder how many more giant Lego men are floating about in the sea, or is it just George doing a world tour?

Sunday, 2 November 2008


Just a quick note for your diaries -

I have a stall at the We Make Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday 6th December!

Venue: The American Church, 79a Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 5TDNearest tube: Goodge Street

Please visit the fab We Make London blog at for more details, and loads of information about the sellers!

Saturday, 1 November 2008

My first sale in my new ETSY shop (pictured above) Horahh! Thank you so very much MrsThrifty! x
Even though I have sold a few of these pieces in stores, this is my first one to sell online. So this weekend I am going on a mass production to get more of these babies ready to fill up my ETSY shop and for the WE MAKE CHRISTMAS event in December.....