I’m getting this up really late because I’m just really over-extended right now, but I was part of a challenge with Andrew Thornton – he sold kids with gorgeous beads called Amethyst Aether. He did send along a wonderful polymer clay super-secret pendant he made for everyone, but I didn’t get a chance to use it yet. But here’s the beads, and what I made!
The beads are all so gorgeous, I wanted to use them all. I do have plans for the rest, but here’s what I got accomplished. First, these earrings. These beads all just wanted to be together, so I let them!
Next, I knew I wanted to use these totally gorgeous stick beads in a necklace, and so I made a multi-strand necklace using all the beads I possibly could from the luxury mix. I do like how it turned out!
Now, if I ever get around to making more things, I will let you know! Thanks for sponsoring this challenge Andrew! Sorry I’m late with the post!
It’s yet the end of another month, and that means it’s the reveal day for the Art Jewelry Elements Component of the Month. For April, Rebekah Payne of Tree Wings Studio provided us with these cute little polymer hearts! If you love them, she has them available in her shop!
I asked Rebekah to send me a surprise, and I received a copper one!
As usual, I stared at the bead, stumped, for the better part of the month. Feeling under the gun with many blog and personal and work deadlines, I was finally able to come up with what I wanted to make after looking at another piece I had made quite a long time ago!
These stone beads caught my eye on my dresser, and that was it. I knew what I was going to make! They match perfectly with the heart! I added some pretty copper accent beads, and a copper clasp.
I’m really happy with the way this came out! I will happily be wearing it! Thank you so much Rebekah for another month of inspiration!
Check out what everyone else made with their little heart!