Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Mixed Media Artist, Pam Johnson

I have know Pam for many years. We attended the same church until she and her husband retired and moved to Northern Idaho. I knew that she was a talented singer but did not know her passion for ephemera and silver solder. This is where Pam exploded in her talent. Pam participated in my very first show with her monogramed necklaces. They were an instant hit! Pam has now advanced in one of a kind necklaces and her new line, crowns used as cake-toppers.

Pam's jewelry is completely designed and handmade by her. She has a passion for old sheet music and clever quotations. Pam combines monograms, funny little sayings, and old music and then sandwichs them all between sparkly glass bevels in different shapes and sizes. Pam also makes wine collars, bracelets, ornaments and old bottles.

Pam's new line is creating crowns  to be used as cake-toppers or candle holders or just for fun. She also makes fabulous cones to either tuck a gift into or hang on a door knob and whimsical paper doll greeting cards, all incorporating that wonderful vintage sheet music and German glass glitter. Here are a few of Pam's wonderful creations. Enjoy!





Pammy's attic 006


For more inspiration, go to Up in the Attic.   


  1. Really beautiful. I really want to learn to solder....and those crowns are gorgeous.

  2. I know I thanked you on Facebook Judy, but I want to thank you again here - you are the best, and so is this show! Thanks for all of your support and encouragement through the years...