Message In A Bottle Blog

Lisl Armstrong

Ocean Amphora Jewelry Is Here

Ocean Amphora Jewelry Is Here

Announcing a new line of handmade jewelry! Ocean Amphora jewelry is made with precious metals and copper, recycled glass beads, natural gemstones,found objects, and old beads from the 1900s-1980s. I do not use any sea glass in Ocean Amphora Jewelry. It is a new, separate line of jewelry. After thirty years of making sea glass jewelry full time I am going into semi-retirement and working my way to making sea glass jewelry part time. I am taking this time to indulge my creative soul by making other kinds of jewelry that does not have sea glass. More new sea glass jewelry creations are coming in April!

Read more →


Lisl Armstrong

Ocean Amphora Jewelry Coming In March

Ocean Amphora Jewelry Coming In March

Coming in March! A new line of handmade jewelry! Ocean Amphora jewelry is made with precious metals, recycled glass beads, antique and vintage beads from the 1900s-1980s, natural gemstones and found objects. If you have been following my blog posts or Facebook page then you already know that I am in the process of retiring from making sea glass jewelry full time. I will continue to make sea glass jewelry on a part time basis. Ocean Amphora Jewelry is separate to my sea glass jewelry line and is made without sea glass. Lots of new sea glass jewelry will also be added to my website in...

Read more →


Lisl Armstrong

Setting Sail

Setting Sail

New adventures are on the horizon! I have begun the process of retiring from making sea glass jewelry full time. This process will take a year. So look for lots of great sales during this time. 

Read more →


Lisl Armstrong

Handmade For Free Spirits

Handmade For Free Spirits

"Smell the sea and feel the sky Let your soul and spirit fly into the mystic" Van Morrison   I love ancient things, sea changed and wind changed things, I love things that are rustic and soulful and imperfect but strong. I love things that are truly handmade with gentle tool marks. I am a purist in many ways. Metal become an extension of the maker as it is shaped with forming tools and forged with hammers. I love taking a straight piece of wire, a flat sheet of metal and forming it into a functional piece of jewelry. It is a magical experience...

Read more →

Recent Articles