Welcome to Submarine Forest!

March 16, 2009

Submarine Forest specializes in beaded and metal jewelry, rosaries, and chaplets. I do take commissions. Please navigate by the links above.


Magnetic Jewelry

April 24, 2009

Submarine Forest now has a new jewelry section–magnetic jewelry! These are strings of beads made with magnetic hematite, so they can be wrapped around the neck, arms, or ankles, serving as a choker, bracelet, and necklace all in one. They’re also dreadfully fun to play with, and make fun refrigerator magnets–they’ll stick to pretty much any magnetic surface. Check it out in the Etsy shop!


Twitter!

April 22, 2009

Submarine Forest has finally gotten with the times and signed up for a Twitter account. Look for SubmarineForest!


Chaplets up!

April 19, 2009

Lots of new chaplets are up and still coming, including one of my favourites–the Angelic Trisagion. I hope you will find a special one among them!


Let the geekery begin!

April 16, 2009

The first of Submarine Forest’s Dungeons and Dragons items is up–painted miniature, one. Dice and tote bags are in the works!


Easter holiday and future items.

April 9, 2009

Submarine Forest will be on Easter holiday until Wednesday, as I am visiting my family and do not have suitcase room to bring stock and shipping items with me. If you purchase something, I will not be able to ship it until I return on April 15th.

However, Submarine Forest will soon be adding a new section–Dungeons and Dragons! I plan to sell painted miniatures, dice bags with humorous D&D related sayings, and possibly tote Bags of Holding. Look for that in the near future, when I get more camera batteries!


A slew of new items!

April 8, 2009

Starting at the end of last week and continuing this week, I will be putting a lot of new jewelry up in the Submarine Forest Etsy shop. Please take a look!


Verified!

March 16, 2009

Submarine Forest is now PayPal verified! Hooray! Of course it’s no great achievement, but I did need to get around to it sooner rather than later.

Now, to find batteries for that camera to take pictures of the ready-made miniature Deanic rosaries…