Is there ever a time when something grabs hold of your attention and won’t let go? I’ll be honest and say that this necklace owes everything to a design by the fabulous Lorelei Eurto. I wonder if it’s too much of a copy. Can’t say. I can only be honest about what I know about its inspiration with you all. And honest about how happy it made me to put it together. I hope you’ll visit her blog and see why I’m so gaga over it.
Her recent blog post showcased some new beads by Halcraft (available at Michaels) that just smacked me between the eyes…looked like bleached wood ‘potato chips’. I could barely finish breakfast, before running to my nearest Michaels and buying the one strand they had left. They have three more on order and I’ll be calling on Wednesday to see if they have arrived. Promise I’ll leave some for you all.
So here it is…after that confession and all…
Besides those cool bleached wood chips, there some shiny agates…just like the ones you’d pick up on the beach and put in your pocket… and a gorgeous lamp work bead by Ikuyo Yamanaka. You can see more of her impressive work here.
This one seemed perfect as it looks like a tiny little tide pool for my beachcomber necklace.