Monday, December 24, 2012

A Festive Bracelet

What looks like another one of my posts 
about colorful Christmas ornaments-
but isn't?

This post about my festive bracelet!

I've been making jewelry for years
and I have an embarrassingly large stash of beads.
This was a great project for using some of them up.

I made this bracelet using freshwater pearls, crystal pearls, 
"Liquid Silver" and Sterling Silver findings.

Lots of great colors that go with everything...

The "Liquid Silver" is really made of tiny, fluted silver tubes 
that look like a chain when they are strung together.

There are five different strands that are entwined together 
to make it full and a bit whimsical.

Here you can see the oxidized sterling toggle clasp I used 
and the dangly pearl charm I added because, 
well, more is more....

I've made this bracelet in several different color ways, 
and I'll show you more of them soon.
I made a snowy white pearl version that's just right for New Years Eve!

I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas. 

Linking to:
Make the Scene Monday at Alderberry Hill
Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch
Sunday Showcase at Under the Table and Dreaming
Wow Us Wednesdays at Savvy Southern Style

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  1. Beautiful Erin!
    Merry Christmas!

  2. So pretty, fun to learn more about you! Hoping you and your family have a very blessed Christmas.

  3. Very Pretty! As you said, it goes with everything, and I like that! Merry Christmas!

  4. Erin - love the bright colors - and for sure the bracelet goes with everything! Brightens the spirit and the day!

  5. I didn't know you made jewelry, Erin! What a pretty, holiday-ish bracelet! Love all the happy colors! :) Have a blessed new year, my friend!

    xoxo laurie

  6. Lovely pearls, they are really adorable to be admired, just always love them, the way you have designed the bracelet with the colorful pearls is really amazing.

  7. What a beautiful bracelet. It's so colorful and fun. I can only imagine how many beautiful pieces of jewelry you have already made and how many more pieces you could make with your impressive stash of beads and supplies.


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