18.5.11

they're here!



Remember when I was talking about this necklace? Well here is what I came up with. My initial idea was to have them strung with embroidery floss, but I couldn't get over how, well, cheap it look that way. I made the beads smaller and the holes larger and instead used a silver chain. I like this much better actually.
Find them right here!

17 comments:

  1. OBSESSED. these colors are my favorite.

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  2. they turned out FANTASTIC, lady. they're beautiful and colorful and awesome.

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  3. Very beautiful! All together! Do you make the beads yourself? How do you get these bright colours?

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  4. I love the colors,so bright, beautiful work.

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  5. CUTE! they turned out great.

    -angela

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  6. Gorgeous, love the colours!

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  7. @ Julia-I mix them to make my own colors, not sure how they're so bright!?

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  8. love the gradients, I would love to layer those!

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  9. They came out great! I like the smaller scale of the beads and agree that they work better on chain. I also love your product photography :)

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  10. great blog :) amazing jewels :) they are fantastic :)
    xx the cookies
    share the feeling & visit <3
    www.samecookiesdifferent.blogspot.com

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  11. These are W o n d e r f u l!! Love the chain and the saturated colors!

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  12. These are great! So colorful and fun - I would wear it all the time!

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  13. Worn jeans, plain t-shirt and this necklace: Ready for party!

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  14. AnonymousMay 20, 2011

    hello, I like this necklace very much...can I get it no 60cm?
    I'm marina; vertlumiere@yahoo.es /i live in spain

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  15. wow, love this pics
    great blog ;)

    santiroyalhome.blogspot.com

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