Fresh spring colors pull your eye to the brooches and rings from Madrid’s Fabiola Perez Ajates. These new samples from her May class hum with patterns and layers of interest.

The pièce de résistance is the companion container that hides your jewels. Fabi’s known for her clever containers. Thumb through her Flickr pictures to get a sense of what she does. And note how well her students do!

Can’t get to Madrid? I’m pleased to have a chapter and a project from the fabulous Fabi in my upcoming book that’s available for pre-order on Amazon/Barnes & Noble/Indiebound. It’ll be here by July 30!

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  • reply marjana ,

    bravo Fabi 🙂

    • reply Selma ,

      Absolutely great work and wonderful colors! I love it!

      • reply PiperPixieDesigns ,

        I really dig the color pallets used in the pieces, and the textures add a fantastic depth to them. Bellissimo!

        • reply Katie ,

          Simply GORGEOUS!

          • reply Milos ,

            Great work – so detailed and neat. Love the bright colors, too.

            • reply Mary Anne Loveless ,

              Enchanting!

              • reply Abigail Smycken Handmade ,

                I love the colors and the concept, she is one talented artist! Thanks for sharing her work with us!

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