This is the latest item I listed in my DaWanda shop.
It’s a long necklace made using gorgeous art bead beads and a bronze heart.
What? You have already seen it? Well, you are right, I made it for the Autumn challenge. You can read more about it here.
The beads are gorgeous and I love the contrast between the shades of green and the main bronze colour of the necklace.
A gorgeous accent!
Men jewellery is one of those things that I simply cannot do.
It requires lots of study and the ability to know what a man would wear around his wrist or neck. I don’t think I have that capacity. When I think to men jewellery, all that my mind can think of is: key holder.
I made three of those thoughts real and these key holders are the only men’s item you can ever find in my shop.
I have used a chain mail wave and big lava stones for the first two key holders
For the last one, I have used some leather and metallic beads.
I have to say that they go sold out pretty fast when Christmas approach. Lucky me, it’s that period of the year again!
Here is a pair of earrings that is elegant and casual at the same time.
They are made with pink transparent briolette beads and bicone jet-black beads.
They would be perfect for a very romantic dinner with the light of the candles refracting in the many facets of the briolette.
Can you imagine that?
The earrings are available here.
As I was re-emerging from the U Bahn yesterday evening, it came to my mind that I still had to take a picture for Nic’s photo project and what better occasione than that very moment?
It’s not a great photo, but I loved the idea.
Today I want to show you these lovely earrings featuring semi precious rhodonite beads.
They are secured with French hooks in a silver colour and adorned with a little swirl of wire on the top front.
You can find them here.
By the way, did you know that “Rhodonite” come from the Greek word “Rhodon”, which means “rose”, “pink”? There is always something to learn!
“Beauty is where you find it” is a nice photo project hosted by Nic on her blog.
At the beginning of each month, she picks four weekly themes to be used as inspiration for a weekly photo challenge. As you can imagine, the challenge is with our own capacity to snap the beauty in our life.
The theme for this week is the colour brown. As you may know, I am from the South and brown for me can only mean one thing…
- If you are a Worpdress.com user, you know that you cannot use Java script in your post;
- If you are a Pinterest user, you know that Pinterest changed its settings some times ago;
- If you are both a WordPress user and a Pinterest user, you know that now you cannot embed Pinned images in your posts any more.
For me this means that I had to delete all the “P.S. Pinning Sunday” posts written in the last months as they weren’t displayed any more.
This also means that I have decided to change my “P.S. Pinning Sunday” into “P.S. Promoting Sunday”!
I will begin shamelessly promoting my last bracelet.
It features 5 chains in a bronze colour and several Swarovski beads. You can find it in my DaWanda shop.
”Beads and chains” bracelet.
Welcome to the Autumn Design Challenge, hosted by Lesley and Caroline!
After winning my chance to join this hop and after all the possible issues one can have with paypal (thank you Leslie for your patience!), I received this set of gorgeous beads by THEA Elements and Blueberri Beads.
I soon began to work with the flower. The design came instantly to my mind.
Brass and chrysotine for this necklace.
Then I moved to the big connector with those nice shades going from blue to green.
A jubilation of green and blue together.
Yesterday I finally incorporated the four big round beads in this long necklace.
Brass and ceramic beads for this one.
This is what I made and I have still two beads to use in the future. Now it’s the moment to see what the other participants made. Let’s go and see!
Made By Jules
Pine Ridge treasures
The Moon & Seven Stars
Have fun and a big thank you to our two hosts who orgenized all this!
The new month made me know a new photo challenge that maybe fits better my pace.
Color me happy is the name of the new challenge and it is hosted by Bine from “was eigenes” and by Andrea from Jolijou.
The theme for September is Lazy grey and as I have made three pairs of grey earrings some time ago and a grey bracelet, I thought to post those creations.
I love paillettes
Industial revolution – 1
Industrial revolutions 2
Hope you like them and I am looking forward to see more grey inspiring pictures here!
I am trying out Twitter and see how it goes over there.
You can follow me here.