Since my bin of assorted pearls was still out on my work table, I dug through and found a few more for another pearl trio pendant. I love how the one in Day 78 turned out, so I’m trying out the same design with different colours. This one features deep, irridescent grey pearls with a light bronze one. Lovely, classic, and neutral enough to go with almost any outfit.
Category: 100 Day Challenge
Digging through my mixed bag of random pearls, I was able to find a few that matched. I wanted to use them together, so they became the focus of this pretty bracelet. All these pearls are freshwater cultured pearls, in a mix of light and dark grey, and white. The darker grey pearls are slightly irridescent, with shades of blue and green. The lobster clasp and hardware are all silver-filled.
One week to go! Today’s project uses more of the chandelier components that we saw back in Day 4 and Day 18. This time, I’m using bright teal crystals with an AB (an abbreviation of Aurora Borealis) finish. Which is your favourite pair? The green, the red, or the teal?
As promised, I made a necklace with the same pearls as yesterday’s earrings. I actually bought these pearls years ago for a project I was working on at the time, doing necklaces with a cluster of pearls in the front, themed around desserts. They’ve long-since sold, but I had these left over. I love red, and love how this turned out.
Since I found myself short on jewellery in warm colours, I figured I should make some more items in red. It is my favourite colour, after all! Today’s project is a cute, simple pair of earrings using red glass pearls and tiny silver spacers. I have more of these red pearls, and will definitely make something for tomorrow with them.
After making the moonstone and shell flower necklace yesterday, I wanted to make some matching earrings. These simple earrings have small stacks of moonstone chips. And, like yesterday, I wasn’t able to capture the blue flashes in the moonstones, but they are there!