This is what I do with leftovers! I had a bit of memory wire left – not enough to make a spiral bracelet with but too much to throw out without wincing a bit. The solution – break out the mixed seed beads and see what I could whip up in a flash.
The three large focal beads on this spiral bracelet remind me of Australian aboriginal pointillism. Hence the name of the bracelet.
Natural tones don’t have to be dull. Here, they get a little boost from sparkly goldstone cube beads.
On the one hand, this is something of a wintry bracelet. The aqua blue Lampwork beads and turquoise Czech glass seed beads could represent frozen water (think “glacier”) and the genuine shell pieces could represent snow.
Once again I am back to the primitive. A black volcanic glass arrowhead is the focal point of this tribal-style choker.
Now you, too, can have a river of golden lava cascading down over your shoulders without having to take out a second mortgage to do it! And yes…you have seen this design before! Several times, now, in fact.
For this festive yet understated party necklace, I wanted to incorporate traditional Christmas colors without going overboard on the red and green. I think it turned out just right.
Strikingly simple, or is it simply striking? I’m back to where I’m most at home, once again, making natural style jewelry.
Did I not tell you that you would be seeing this particular style of necklace more than once? This liquid silver variation captures the look of water just beginning to freeze into long icicles.
I had these two aspen pendants lying around for quite some time, not sure quite what I wanted to do with them. And then one Fall day, inspiration struck.