September 18, 2011

Chinook Jewelry Design Team



I missed the deadline this past week for revealing my Chinook Jewelry design team piece. I sincerely apologize. I do admit I tend to bite off way more than I can chew sometimes. Tend to be an over-achiever type. Anyway, without further ado, here is my necklace!

Mellisa sent 2 sweet textured charms, a scalloped flower shape and a butterfly shape. I dangled them below an African brass leaf shaped focal bead. I also attached to the 3 dangling chains some lampwork headpins from Gardanne Beads, a faceted opal green round, a ceramic leaf from Earthenwood Studio and a ceramic flower charm from Marsha Neal Studio. This necklace is long, and hands on some nice brass cable chain from Rings N Things.


If you would like to check out the other design team members, here they are!

9 comments:

  1. I love long necklaces! What I really love about this one is how you combined all of those pieces into one fantastic focal. The glass head pins put such a lovely touch of colour into all of that earthy goodness.

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  2. Lorelei, This is a very pretty necklace. I like the simplicity of the design.
    Therese

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  3. Beautiful necklace Lorelei! I love the long design with the dangle and I really like the chain! I appreciate that you let people know where you purchase your supplies.

    Have a great week!

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  4. what an eclectic piece, beautiful!

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  5. Your designs are always so beatiful - love this one! Great colors, too - fabulous!

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  6. I agree, your designs are always beautiful but I will say it again...beautiful! Love this design...speaks fall to me! I could totally wear this! Awesome job and great soup!

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  7. This is so awesome. Simple in design, yet very cool. I'm also a sucker for butterflies and dangles. :)

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  8. Isnt that so pretty!!

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