Here's a compilation of some of the great designs sent to me by friends of our Facebook Fan Page, most made with items you can access at http://www.bsueboutiques.com in the Steampunk Jewelry Supplies section. Click here to get there fast: http://www.bsueboutiques.com/steampunk_jewelry_supplies.shtml BUT! Only after you've checked out all the cool work. I'll be adding to the album regularly. Steampunk Style won't be going away any time soon.
Date(s): November 23, 2010. Album by Brenda Sue Lansdowne. Photos by many accomplished jewelry artists!. 1 - 84 of 84 Total. 4597 Visits.
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My daughters love steampunk, so I was curious - Holly, Sat, 3 Mar 2012 11:41AM
I have always been drawn to steampunk designs. I love your art work as well. Totally awesome. - Laura Lee Morrison, Wed, 30 Nov 2011 2:31PM
Love your styles and designs. About to get started to make my first Steampunk item. Looking for a base to use. - Sherry, Wed, 17 Aug 2011 8:09AM
What a wonderfully unique collection of steampunk jewelry designs. I am always "blown away" when I look at the unbelievable talent that you guys have. Thanks so much for sharing this "idea lady". - Margo Horowitz | Beadlady5.etsy.com, Thu, 9 Dec 2010 3:35PM
I love your steampunk STUFF. I am just beginning to make/design/create steampunk. I have been making jewelry for about6 years and started selling it 2 years ago to help pay my daughters way thru nursing school. Don't think I will ever break even but I am seriously hooked on beading and creating. I am sure your website is going to be a favorite and regular for me. - B. Gail Holzheimer, Tue, 30 Nov 2010 4:58PM
Thanks so much for these inspiring works! And thanks for the post! - Siobhan Sullivan, Mon, 29 Nov 2010 2:06AM
1 Ya gotta love a collaged collar of gears and watch parts....from Margo Horowitz. Beadlady5.artfire.com "Great Love your work Barba..." "Margo, I love your creatio..." View Comments...
2 Harry Wood combines Steampunk with Viking strength in this large pectoral necklace. We carried the large raw brass wings at Ebay for awhile....maybe we should get some for the website! www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow "Oh Harry! Cool. I like t..." View Comments...
3 From Ken Grant of INHIGHGEAR at Artfire, who says: This is the clear acrylic bangle from your website, which I purchased awhile ago. I took an electric sander and ground down one side to make it flat. then I attached a vintage mens pocket watch part using a screw.
To this I attached a vintage brass mens wrist watch movement a dragonfly stamping in silver plate, a brass gear and a vintage watch face from a vintage watch. I drilled the cuff part way through in evenly spaced points and screwed in a some round head screws to give the bracelet a more industrial look. "A really neat way to do th..." View Comments...
4 Another view of Ken's bracelet. The basic bracelet can be referenced at B'sue Boutiques, http://www.bsueboutiques.com/shop/index.php?keywords=acrylic+bangle
5 My bound beads technique goes great with your Steampunk designs. Just bead a length of 20 ga wire with your choice of beads; turn and wrap the ends. Then simply come back over the length of beads with a long length of 24 or 26 ga copper binding wire, wrapping over and under, randomly. "I love this.I am new to be..." View Comments...
6 Hilary Frye of Frystyle made this fab steampunk necklace w propeller and French dangle charm, which she calls "Amelia".
7 Sharon Hedgepeth used one of my fave filigree and cut it down a bit to make this elegant steampunk necklace.
8 A great focal from Carol Stoneburner, who has recently begun to share her designs with us at the Facebook page. Just had to include her in the album, check out the nifty gears and Mr. Feathery Owl right in the middle! Great job, Carol! "Gorgeous blending of color..." View Comments...
9 Harry has a stash of taxidermy eyes and loves to include them in Steampunk designs. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
10 Another great piece from Harry Wood. Harry used Diamond Glaze to create the patina look. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
11 This is a very special pendant, I am looking through my stash for just the right material to finish it....or maybe I will turn it around, dangle something from the hanging hole and make it a brooch....hmmmm All the materials can be found at http://www.bsueboutiques.com and the base is raw, which I did with my home patina method, directions on the website. http://imageevent.com/bsue/galleryofpatinadesignsandideas "I love this piece. It's a ..." View Comments...
12 Harry Wood displays another ring made with our smaller owl head and our wide pierced filigree ring shank. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
13 Floral steampunk! WHY NOT! You'll find the flower sprig at B'sue Boutiques in the Metal Leaves and Flowers section. From Jacquie Hartmann.
14 From Joan Williams, a watch face and that lazy lady! Find more of Joan's work at www.lilruby.etsy.com
15 Here's a funky pendant I made in Susan Lenhart Kazmer's class....I still haven't finished it with chain, etc.....must decide how I want to do it. See the paper under the pendant? This is a old leaf out of a Berlitz Italian book, that I Ice Resined. This stuff is fabulous over paper, does crazy things to it.
16 Another 'looker' --LOL--from Harry Wood. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow "i am so glad this guy will..." "Cool Cool Cool Harry, love..." "Love your work, very graph..." View Comments...
17 Margo Horowitz offers a cool pair of earrings....ear gears if you will! Beadlady5.artfire.com
18 From Deb Davis, an awesome Steampunk combination. http://www.naturaltreasuresbydeb.com/ "Beautiful work of art!
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19 Our lacey silverware European style butterfly....with a watch movement, and our puffy heart and key charms! From Margo Horowitz. Beadlady5.artfire.com
20 A closer look at the pendant I made in Susan's class w one of her bronze bezels, some of my watch parts, a leaf out of an old algebra brook, and a piece of my home patina brass...oh, and some sari ribbon I traded for! "i love this, makes me want..." View Comments...
21 From Sharon Hedgepeth, I love the addition of the fairy to the old pocket watch.
22 Another cool creation from Sharon Hedgepeth, Steampunk softened by filigree. "this piece looks complete ..." View Comments...
23 I mentioned on our Facebook Fan Page that this is a necklace I would wear all the time! Another great creation from Harry Wood. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow "Love this!!!Each of your p..." View Comments...
24 Another pendant from Deb Davis. We carry the wing and the little clock charm at http://www.bsueboutiques.com You'll find more of Deb's treasures at http://www.naturaltreasuresbydeb.com/
25 Joan Williams uses an old watch face and our Alphonse Mucha style finding from the website, which you will find in the Brass Ox section. You can find more of Joan's jewelry at www.lilruby.etsy.com
26 Hilary Frye uses some big raw brass wings to make a spectacular Steampunk neckpiece. "I like the little birdies ..." View Comments...
27 From Kate Conway, a web head! Sheesh, I need this pendant! Awesome illustration under an art bubble. We carry those and the mount at B'sue Boutiques.
28 Harry has composed an interesting compostion of antique watch parts and face, and gears, little bee and propeller from B'sue Boutiques. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
29 Janice Ford-Freeman beads and dangles old mining tags from her necklace. "I love this.It is a must h..." "Love,love,love.It is a mus..." "Great design with these ta..." View Comments...
30 From Julie Campbell Stoddard, this is Irish steampunk with the clover sold at B'sue Boutiques. Find more of Julie's work at http://lisby.etsy.com/
31 A delicate pair of Steampunk earrings with high style from Margo Horowitz. http://www.etsy.com/listing/56979715/antiqued-silver-dragonfly-steampunk "These are great, Margo!" View Comments...
32 Another great idea from Margo Horowitz; most everything here is from B'sue Boutiques. Beadlady5.artfire.com
33 Harry Wood combines old watch movement and gears with our little wing sets from B'sue Boutiques. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
34 And a snake from B'sue Boutiques takes on a watch movement, with key dangle.....another idea from Harry Wood. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
35 Harry Wood has done a special patina application on one of my favorite stampings found at http://www.bsueboutiques.com/shop/index.php?keywords=mucha
36 Lisa Barge shares a disc she has put through her Cuttlebug machine, and some charms from B'sue Boutiques. AWESOME texture.
37 From my friend, Stephen Sanders, here is a great Steampunk necklace and earrings set!
38 Lisa Lenzner tries something new with charms and an old watch movement.http://www.rubylane.com/shop/thevintageheart
39 From Deb Davis....the beads and filigree are from B'sue Boutiques. A showy composition! http://www.naturaltreasuresbydeb.com/ "I really like this piece." View Comments...
40 Another one from Deb Davis, showing alot of components we offer in our Steampunk Supplies section at the website.http://www.naturaltreasuresbydeb.com/ "this is really cool." View Comments...
41 Mr. Feathery owl takes flight in this cute Steampunk style brooch creation. Using the gears as hangers is a great idea. Made by Margo Horowitz. Beadlady5.artfire.com "beautiful" View Comments...
42 From Hilary Frye, a creepy composition that fits the Steampunk genre well. "Well, you know those Victo..." View Comments...
43 From Margo Horowitz, manipulated brass and flower power finding has a Steampunk look about it, but could be Five and Dime, too! Beadlady5.artfire.com
44 Another great brooch composition from Margo Horowitz. Beadlady5.artfire.com
45 Andrea Dalen offers this darling combo photo of brooches and pendant. They are Five and Dime, but at the same time, could go Steampunk, too.....
46 A great pendant from Margo Horowitz. We carry the neck cords, they are a great value. Beadlady5.artfire.com
47 Cool design from Hillary Frye of Fryestyle; this could be Steampunk but also Altered/Indie. Even a little Five and Dime.
48 From Moneca Ryanne, this bracelet has a Steampunk edge with Five and Dime flair. http://MRdesigns.artfire.com/
49 Combination of brass ox and Old Rose Ox filigree and findings from B'sue Boutiques....crafted by Margo Horowitz. Beadlady5.artfire.com
50 From Steve Sanders, a great Steampunk pendant.
51 Here's a piece I started some time ago and recently finished. Most all of the components are available in the Bases and Blanks or Steampunk section of http://www.bsueboutiques.com The bottom of the pendant twirls on a rivet! From Brenda Sue Lansdowne of B'sue Boutiques. "Really love this piece, It..." View Comments...
52 A closeup of the pendant with vintage beige glass pearls and brass ox corrugated beads on wired chain. I used 20 ga. wire and cut lengths, bead and wrap. The bail is our curly bail, and the bezel is one of our pie crust styles, I believe the 25mm size. See how nicely it holds the old watch movement? http://www.bsueboutiques.com
53 A long Steampunk pendant featuring one of our large propeller findings. The chain is my beloved hammered link and bead style, we usually have some in stock in the Jewelry Chain section at http://www.bsueboutiques. The filigree and rolled tube beads are in the Metal and Filigree Beads section; all the Steampunk pieces can be found at http://www.bsueboutiques.com/steampunk_jewelry_supplies.shtml
54 This photo shows the base I used for the propeller. Find it in the Bases and Blanks section at http://www.bsueboutiques.com
55 This is a cool steampunk pendant I made in Susan Lenhart Kazmer's ICE RESIN class at Art and Soul.
56 All the makings here of a great Steampunkin' session.....my work table at Art and Soul. Maybe what makes it perfect was the cup of Starbuck's there on the far right.
57 A nifty little piece from Harry Wood, using components he got at B'sue Boutiques. Harry told me, "Another idea popped into my head while I was walking at the lake this noon. The temperature was 20 and the wind was thirty and I was watching the waves roll rocks at the end of the bridge. The rocks called to me and before I thought much I was standing in the sand picking up smooth pebbles. I mounted this black triangle in an x form filigree on the floral ring. Many more were painted with diamond glaze and waiting for?" www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
58 A piece from Kristen Glanzman using Tim Holtz components and a harp stamping from B'sue Boutiques.
59 Harry Wood made this cool piece from a twig, a red Czech cabochon and a pebble! www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
60 A mix of pretty with rough, sweet Steampunk style bracelet with a CZ center and chunky patina brass chain. From Harry Wood. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
61 Don't you just love the European old world feeling combined with Steampunk elements? From Sharon Hedgepeth.
62 What Harry did with our cool large owl head stamping in brass ox....but maybe you are wondering how he got this very hollow-backed stamping to hang?
63 Harry mounted a bezel in the back of the piece and then added a filigree.
64 As you can see, at the top, the filigree is pulled back just a little bit to allow room for a jump ring or bail. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
65 Here's a lovely set made by Kate Mulligan of Organic Tea by Kate. It has a certain edge to it that prompted me to include it in the Steampunk album. http://www.etsy.com/shop/oteabykate
66 www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow The gears are always turning in Harry Wood's workshop.
67 A great little brooch from Margo Horowitz using my 35mm bamboo-edged bezel....turned around the other way!
68 Another great design from Margo Horowitz using our European style filigree butterfly and steampunk gears from http://www.bsueboutiques.com
69 Beadlady5.artfire.com She's even got a kitty cat in this steampunk brooch! Go Margo!
70 A clever lavaliere, steampunk style, from Margo Horowitz. Beadlady5.artfire.com
71 Deb Davis does Steampunk with a bow and arrow stamping from B'sue Boutiques. Find more of Deb's work at http://www.naturaltreasuresbydeb.com/
72 How cool is this...using a teacup charm and a Saracen bride vintage Korda-style stamping from B'sue Boutiques. From Deb Davis. Find more of Deb's work at http://www.naturaltreasuresbydeb.com/
73 Deb Davis makes good use of a 35mm bamboo edged bezel from B'sue Boutiques. This is a popular finding that works for so many different things. http://www.naturaltreasuresbydeb.com/
74 Deb Davis has used one of our resin hibiscus flower stampings on one of our lacey filigree...and centered it with a spinning propeller! http://www.naturaltreasuresbydeb.com/
75 Another example using the resin flower and a Steampunk design, from Deb Davis.
76 Deb has used our popular pierced clock finding along with gears and colored jumps to make this cool necklace. Find more of her work here: http://www.etsy.com/people/NaturalTreasuresbyDe
77 Margo features our single wing finding from B'sue Boutiques. Beadlady5.artfire.com
78 A lovely addition to the Steampunk album from Sharon Edgepeth....I love the addition of the bee finding, which Sharon found at http://www.bsueboutiques.com
79 A tiny swallow softens this dainty Steampunk pendant. From Sharon Hedgepeth.
80 Lisa Lenzner softens Steampunk with her pretty painted hearts and a vintage key on ballchain. http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheVintageHeart
81 More keys from Beanzie....gotta love 'em! http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheVintageHeart
82 From Harry Wood, a curious little pendant made from a diamond shaped bezel lined with embossed metal then mounted on an etched brass drop and a clock gear and moon face applied. www.etsy.com/shop/oscarcrow
83 Another gem from Margo Horowitz, who says: I have always been a pin wearer--I love pins, big earrings, and bracelets, and rings--although I love making necklaces I very rarely wear them-- With that said here is an altered art (steampunk) pin using vintage watch parts and B'sue components... :o)