Today I share with you part of an I got for Christmas. This necklace and earrings are made of silver pleated copper wire, real amethyst chips and swarovski crystals. It took me a while before the inspiration came, but luckily, I had some time to think about it. And then, one day, when I was sitting in the sofa, it just came to me. I immediately made it, and I was really happy with how it turned out! Hope you like it too…
Today I’ll share with you a bracelet I made in no time. I just had the inspiration and it came out of my fingers as if I had made it so many times already. It is made of the real Japanese miracle beads, swarovski pearls and antiqued silver pleated “swirly” beads and spacers. I made it for a friend of mine at work, and I know she likes the beautiful toggle clasps, so I added one of those. I think she likes it too…
The bracelet I want to share today has been made before summer, but did not make the pictures and write the post to show it to you. Oh yes, life is not getting easier and time is still not strehing (althoug I would love it to!). This bracelet is made of imitation malachite beads which are wrapped in silver plated copper wire. I made another version of this one earlier, you can find it over here: pink stone wire wrapped bracelet.
Hope you liked it!
Have a nice day,
Another very quick post today. I wanted to share this pair of dandling earrings. It was made in a mum of time and I was happy with it! Love it when something comes quickly together.
Have a nice day peeps,
Hi bloggers,A very quick post for today. This is a necklace with matching earrings I made a while back. The picture might not be the best one I ever made, but I hope you see enough to appreciate the beauty in it. As you might see, this one is made of polymer clay beads and black onyx chips and the links are silver plated. It is an everyday jewelry set, which I appreciate as I don’t like spending hours choosing out the best fit to my clothing. Just the same set the whole week, great!
Hope you like it!
I am back with one of my latest creations. I haven’t much time this eve, so I’ll be short. I made the cages (wire wraps) surrounding the beads with silver plated wire. Of course I had to make some earrings to go along with it too. Hope you like it!
Time for me to show off some jewelery. You may have noticed that I started posting my jewelery creations again. My friends have been asking to put my latest creations online, so they could keep up. I have a lot of orders lately (not complaining at all !), and it takes me so much time that I can’t write my posts anymore. But here I am with the third one :
I made this necklace as a complement to the coral bracelet (see this previous post). One of my clients ordered the coral bracelet, a pair of earrings and a matching necklace for his wife’s birthday. So I made this three row necklace. I used several sizes of red seed beads, coral beads and silver plated beads and findings. The picture is not very good, but I had no time to make nice pictures as I was already late on schedule to deliver the package to my client (I luckily got just in time for her birthday), but I hope you get the idea !
Have a nice day !
I am back with some of my jewelry creations !
I encountered this kind of bracelets several times on Etsy and google images and thought I could give it a shot too. I had some difficulties to figure it out in the beginning, but I think I finally made it:)! This is a pink stone version of the wire wrapped bracelet. You can find the different versions in my etsy store… Hope you liked it…
See ya !
I found this nice necklace on pinterest and wanted to make something of it. Although the temptation was big to completely copy the design, I thougth it was better to make a different version while keeping some details. So I kept the big chunky bead in the middle and the part with the multiple rows. I however made a longer version of the necklace as I thought this would better fit with my design and completely changed the set of beads used.
The beads are : yellow agate, labradorite chips, tiger eye beads and miracle beads. They are intercalated by different colors of seed beads. Can you image that the necklace (and its earrings) were sold one week later ?
I worked a lot on a little project a couple of weeks ago which was running around in my head for some time. There is this little, lovely girl I had to leave behind when we left Canada, and I miss her sooooo much. It was her birthday a couple of weeks ago and I wanted to get her something special. But you know how life can be, I didn’t have the time to get to it… BUT even though her birthday is over, I still wanted to make her this special gift.
As you can see on the pictures, I made her a complete hello kitty jewellery set with matching greeting card. I have to stress that I made all the beads myself using polymer clay. I designed a cane and reduced it to a ¼ inch diameter. Both the process of designing the cane and the building of a complex cane were a very first for me, and I am quiet happy with the result! However, I must admit that, although I did not completely follow it, I found a “Hello Kitty cane” example on the net, which made the task easier (see here). Building the cane took me 3h, followed by 1.5h bead making/cutting/rolling, baking, 1h sanding and finally assembling the set. So it took me almost the whole day, but the little girl is worth it! The necklace is closed with sliding knots, so she can adjust the length of the necklace at her convenience. For the card, I used my cricut and a free download I found here.
So hope she likes it and hope you do too,
see ya later!!!