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Both necklace and bracelet were made with a variety of our beads, pendants and buttons as clasps!
This amazing necklace was created by fellow bead artist Melanie Brooks Lukacs. Melanie used her own accent and fairy beads with my flower goddess pendant in Tweed. Visit Melanie at www.earthenwood.net to view more of her amazing work!
Photo: M.B. Lukacs
The beautiful cuff bracelet pictured above was sent in from Trudy Ferland. The stitch is called potato chip netting and uses size 15, 11, and 8 seed beads. "I adapted a pattern in Beadwork magazine (2/2003) written by Bonnie Voelker. Like I said earlier, I had put the half-finished bracelet away until I received your face button and was inspired to complete the project." Contact Trudy about her work at firstname.lastname@example.org . My business name is Trudy Looking Glass Designs. Thanks Trudy!
These gorgeous pieces of art were made by Sara Bolaños. It is obvious she knows what she's doing! Sara used aqua glass beads with a large Cerulean on Chocolate Brooch pendant. For the Busy Bee necklace she used tourmaline inspired glass beads. The pink swirl was matched with pink and black glass beads. Sara's work may be purchase at Jami Lyn-women's Clothing 239 S. Robertsone blvd Beverly Hills, CA. Photos: Sara Bolaños
Thank to Jennifer Brown for sending these lovely designs! If you wish to contact Jennifer or purchase any of her jewelry please e-mail her at email@example.com
Lisa Jenkins designed these beautiful necklaces! The choker on the left was made with a Lime Berry Goddess with two side holes. For the necklace on the right she used a Flower Nymph pendant with a side hole in Spring Green. To contact Lisa about her wonderful designs please e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jewelry artist Geniene Garrison made this wonderful necklace from wire and findings that are sterling silver. The stones are genuine smoky topaz and rose quartz with a Infinite Love loop top in Hyacinth on Chocolate pendant. You can contact Geniene about her work at email@example.com
Photo: Geniene Garrison
A big thanks to Ellen Paytas who sent these beautiful designs!
Photos above and right: Ellen Paytas
These beautiful collage works were creatied by Julie Coash. On the blue and the green collage, parts of the background are from a 1928 French Nursery Rhyme book.....the text "there is no love like this love" is attached with bees wax (the button section of the green work is also in bees wax)."Chella's Collection" by Julie Coash 616-365-2825 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This wonderful necklace and earring set was created by Aracely Oliva of 3wishes Jewelry Corp.
Thank you to Suzanne Weiler for sending this AMAZING work titled "Tarzan's Toys"! This work of art was one of many art bras created by many artists to benifit the Women's Cancer Fund auction. For more information please contact Suzanne at email@example.com
Suzanne contacted me about a special creation for her work and the center clasp was specially made for her.
Designed by Karen Cannucciari
Designed by Loni Ventura
etsy shop: copperlinejewelry.etsy.com
Designed by Kristy Abner
Beautiful work by Debra McGlinchie Brisbane Australia
Bijoux du Coeur - gorgeous jewels & gems
I am a Southern California native who has been creating jewelry for about 7 years. I prefer intricate designs using tiny beads, sterling wirework, and have recently begun creating my own ceramic focal pieces--because I was inspired by your pendant which I used in this necklace! Thanks again for discovering my etsy shop! Love and light, Jeanne-Marie Lovell Cat Chloe Designs
This wonderful necklace was made by Katherine Carmack using a Flower Goddess pendant in Spring Green glaze on chocolate clay with a side hole. Turquoise and glass beads accent beautifully!
Photo: Katherine Carmack
These beautiful necklaces were created by Sally Harrison-Pepper as a gift for some theater friends. If you would like Sally to create a beautiful necklace for you please e-mail her at the following address
Photo: Sally Harrison-Pepper
Henna tattoo artist Ginger made this awesome glass bead and hemp rope necklace using a Queen Hat pendant. Her henna tattoo work can be viewed at hennatattoo4u
Photo: Sara Bolaños
This beautiful bracelet was sent in by Mary Jo Kinkead. Contact Mary JO about her jewelry designs at