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Hi, My name is Lynda.
Exploring the wide world of jewelry making in my retirement from teaching. I'm grateful to be a part of this worldwide community of jewelry bloggers, where I receive encouragement, inspiration, and sometimes...a kick in the pants to take a risk!
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Oh, do like the one where you’ve attached the key differently – super cool. But the one that has my attention is the one on the right in the photos w/either the white pearls or possibly moonstone beads – that one’s gorgeous!!
Hi, Shel. Of course, you’d notice the one with large button PEARLS. I really like this one too.
Very cute! Love it 🙂
They are all so beautiful. You always inspire me. Thanksf or sharing!!!
All the best,
I believe there’s a trip to M’s in my near future! You’ve inspired me, and these are adorable.
These necklaces are all so beautiful and inspiring – well done for pushing your creativity, it’s so easy to stay limited – staycrativeforever debs*
I’m a button lover myself, and love to use antique mother of pearl buttons in my own designs. I think my favorites of yours are the ones with the buttons…so pretty.