Saturday, November 17, 2012


Hello fellow blog followers! For the first time ever, I'm giving away a free ORIGINAL pair of any Caroline Blechert Earrings or necklace under $100. All you have to do is leave a comment on my new "Creations for Continuity" Facebook page as to which piece is your favorite and It will be yours! Winner will also be chosen two weeks before Christmas in case of any gift givers out there looking for something for someone special! Simply include "FAVORITE" in bold letters in your post so that I know you are entering! Names will be drawn by random from a hat!
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Monday, November 5, 2012

Winter Frost Series

Materials for Bracelet: Porcupine Quills, Delica Beads, Tanned Caribou hide.
Materials for earrings: Porcupine Quills, Delica Beads & Sterling Silver Hooks C
Materials for Necklace: Porcupine Quills, Delica Beads & Sterling Silver Chain. For the top Image, I was hoping to try something new with the porcupine quills by turning a design I usually use for earrings into a bracelet, but then it ended up looking more like a miniature crown than anything. Oh well, It was worth a try!

Monday, September 24, 2012

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Friday, August 31, 2012

Dyed and Natural Porcupine Quill Bracelets

It's been a while since I've made one of these bracelets. However I can't seem to keep enough of them in stock anymore to give away to friends and family. I think I may have to start raising my prices on these ones just a little. Even though it takes about 2 days to make one, I still feel really exhilarated once I finish the last stitch! Just the mere sorting of quills takes hours (Special thanks to Dylan for helping!), and the dyeing of the quills can be tricky as they don't always survive the boiling process, which is the only way they'll absorb the dye unfortunately.~ Anyhow, I hope you all love the new colorful bracelets. Next in line for a bracelet, my mother.

Thursday, August 16, 2012


Materials: Porcupine quills & Delica Beads. Special Thanks to model Moonie Garner for modeling. It was hard to get a serious photo shot out of her. haha. jk. You look amazing in all of them. It was super fun photographing you. Thank you so much!
Materials: Swarovski Crystals. Special thanks to Katherine St.Ange for modeling outside a coffee shop with absolute confidence. I wish I had that kind of composure. You look stunning! Also, special thanks to: Roselle Constantino and Alaina Reyes for their make-up artistry!

Porcupine Quill "Tube" Earring

Porcupine Quill "Tube" Earrings $120.00
Materials: Porcupine quills, Swarovski Crystals & Delica beads
Special thanks to Model & good friend!: Mayumi Sato (Kawaiii! Your so! adorable) Also special thanks to another great friend, the beautiful Katherine St. Ange (bottom photo) for volunteering as model. And Last but not least, the talented makeup artists: Roselle Constantino & Alaina Reyes for their contribution to the photo shoot! Despite the rain and bad weather, I think the shoot went really well and am looking forward to the next one! And I promise to awkwardly model with you guys the next time...

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Materials: Porcupine quills, delica beads, tanned caribou hide, & antler bone This is an older piece that I made last year, however I finally convinced my friends to model some of my newer pieces! So stay tuned for some brand new looks Aug 16th!

Friday, May 4, 2012

Recent School Projects: Tea cup

Materials: Brass and copper metal. Techniques used: metal raising and soldering

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Classic porcupine quill diamond shaped earrings

Sorry for the lack of posts lately! I've just started my new year with a brand new semester at art school! So it may be a little while until you see a few more newer pieces. Beaded porcupine quill earrings: $100/pair