If you have ever wanted a little fairy home on a necklace Martina, owner of Spirit Nectar, has what you need! She creates the most detailed fairy inspired jewelry and to say its spectacular is to not do her work justice! She uses everything from seashells to crystals and polymer clay to create her amazing jewelry and we love just about every piece she has!
Do you see what we mean? How amazing and unique are these pieces of jewelry! I just love her use of color choice which brings all sorts of fantasy images to your brain. I think her use of texture in the top pictures is great because she balances out her little trees with textured crystals on the bottom.
Did I mention those little octopus pendants are one of the cutest things I have ever seen?
These were the first thing I saw from Martina and I knew right when I saw them that I would love this artist. The colors caught my eye at first and then I noticed the crystal/polymer clay piece on the top and I feel in love right there.
These little guys look like they need a hug and they are so cute how could you resist! What I love about these is how she choose extra long crystals for the bottom with the little mushrooms just gently resting on the top. The level of detail that Martina puts into each piece is simply stunning. You can tell she truly loves her work and her work shows how skilled she really is.
Cactus pendant anyone? These little guys aren’t your standard cactus and that’s what makes them so unique! They have extreme levels of texture and I’m pretty sure the one in the middle is staring at me. These are great because, although a lot of artist makes cactus inspired jewelry, Martina’s are distinctly different in a way that makes her work really stand out from the crowd.
Now this isn’t jewelry related; just Instagram fangirl related. She occasionally posts these awesome crystal covered hand photos on her feed and I love the idea! She creates little patterns with the stones she uses in her pieces (and yes of course I chose the opals!). I just love these because it just oozes her creative spirit.
I didn’t include any pictures, but she also has some preserved animals that she uses in her pieces. She sources her animal specimens from @butterflybabegallery who takes the utmost care to work with suppliers who ethically source their specimens from animals who have died from natural causes. Something we can definitely get behind!