Lindsay Starr chose moon as the theme for the AE Design Challenge this month! Great choice, Lindsay! I knew I had a pendant from Vincent and Nooma from Inviciti that I wanted to use, and I have some moon face polymer clay cabochons I had made a while ago, so I was all set!
First, I used the pendant to create a simple necklace. I haven’t strung beads in a very long time, and being that I enjoy simple designs for myself, I set out to find the perfect red beads. I chose faceted red jade from Golden Age Beads. I also spied some other beads I really want, but am basically on a buying freeze so….maybe another time! I separated the red jade beads with some cute titanium spacers I had picked up at a bead show a long time ago, and I highlighted the pendant with some gold alcohol ink to make the moon show up better!
The second piece I made was influenced by Game of Thrones. Late to the party as ever, I just started watching it. I’m on Season 3 Finale – I use it as a carrot to make myself walk on my treadmill for an hour. I am really taken by the wedding ceremony words George R.R. Martin wrote for Daenerys and Khal Drogo.
love shall be as ever present as those two celestial bodies…even
though they are sometimes hidden from one another’s sight. Your love
will be the guiding force that charts the course of your tomorrows,
holds your world together in difficult times, and will make life itself
shine bolder and brighter than we human beings have a right to dream
I was going to add some dangling stars to it, but since I’m not necessarily a dangly type person, I left it the way it is. They can always be added, anyways. Not sure what I’ll do with it, I just enjoyed making it!
I’m also posting for Kathryn Smith, as she does not have a blog. I found her on Instagram and when I saw her post this piece, I told her it was perfect for our theme challenge. She used a connector from Inviciti for her bracelet! You can see her other creations by clicking on her name, it will take you to her Instagram!
As this is a blog hop, I hope you visit and see what everyone else has made for the moon theme! Thanks Lindsay for a great theme choice this month!