I’m having a love affair with sea glass.


I rediscovered sea glass when I was on vacation in Central California last October, and it’s been rattling around in my brain ever since. It lends itself so beautifully to wire wrapping and to sterling silver.


I’ve kind of been a one track girl with it, when I’ve had the opportunity to get into the studio lately.


It pairs really nicely with fine silver, too, and I just happened to have some of that lying around. Like ya do…

Slowly catching up on outstanding orders, custom work and the Etsy shop as we seem to be in a lull with all the health care nonsense. Getting ready for the Port. Replenishing stock and making new things for our grand opening in San Pedro this July. It’s so exciting! Captain Sexypants is helping me figure out ways to do some beautiful DIY displays and I think everything will look amazing when it’s finished. I’ve been hard at work with Emily at The Doyle Treatment and Holly at Raven and Rose Arts on various branding elements to make both my online and Port shops look completely stellar! So excited to unveil everything as it all comes together.

And finally… finally I made it out to Faire for one day this past weekend. 3rd weekend for everyone else, but the first day I’d managed to feel well enough to go. It was awesome. Lovely to catch up with old friends and new and watch the world pass by.

Speaking of the world passing by the guild yard…

You can see just about anything at Faire if you hold still long enough. Also can I just point out that the depth of field in this shot is completely cool and I love my new macro lens like whoah.

Last but definitely not least, I’ll be at the Majestical Roof’s April Art Market this Saturday, from 11am to 7pm. Come down and say hi! I’m extending my online mother’s day sale to the art market. Mention the coupon and you can take 20% off anything on my table.

Majestical Roof April

And don’t forget, 20% off anything in the online shop too… you don’t even need a coupon code anymore, with a little help from Etsy On Sale. It’s all automatically marked down… nothing to remember!

About Maia Rainwood

Owner and Maker at Maia Rainwood Design. Wearable art for wise women, birth keepers, witches, and world-builders.
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  1. I love it, lol! Nothing like a Jack Sparrow spoting 😉

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