As I mentioned in the last post, if it’s January, then I’d better get working on some romantic Valentine’s Day jewelry. For me, that means lots of sweet, delicate necklaces. These four feature the same tri-link sterling component. Variations embellished with a variety of pearls and gemstones…
Love, love this last one with my favorite gem stone…Labradorites!
Also, worked up some good-sized sterling wire hearts to hang on 20 to 22 inch chains…but I ran out of the chain and had to wait for another order from Rio Grande.
Yeah! It arrived in the mail today, so I’m good to go on these.
And last, StudioJuls, glass artist Juli Cannon, had a sale on her awesome lamp work beads that I just couldn’t resist. They also arrived in my mailbox recently and are even more gorgeous in person.
This photo comes close to the vibrant colors.
Did you notice that I ordered a strand of Pantone’s Color of the Year??
I’m excited to see what these will be paired with…I’m thinking some copper!
Do you have special plans for making Valentine’s Day jewelry?
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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