January 31, 2012

Rain Down on Me


I can describe the necklace above in one word. "Emotional". I created it last night while in the midst of an emotional meltdown. I won't bore you with the details. Rain Down on Me is an appropriate title and I am waiting for the rain to wash away the pain and sadness that I am feeling right now.

But on a positive note. It's cute, right? Like totally Spring-Fever Meets Dancing in the Rain, Meets Bloomed Flowers and the Promise of Good Things to come. 

Cheers to turning the frown upside down.

:)

21 comments:

  1. Very lovely! Sending you some sunshine!

    Krys

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  2. I'm sorry you are going through such a hard time. Be careful about channeling your feelings too much in your jewelry, some of us out there, pick up on the vibes of the person who made it when we wear it. Crazy right?
    It's beautiful of course, the tear drop beads are perfect for the piece!!
    Feel better soon, huge hugs from Canada <3

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  3. you turned the ashes into gold, sweetie. that necklace is special. here's to the rainbow that often comes with that rain.

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  4. I'm so sorry it is borne of such sadness but it is beautiful. Art and creating can be so cathartic. I hope it was so for you, even a little.

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  5. It's an awesome necklace - the drops look just like giant drops of rain falling around the umbrella :o)

    And, it's awesome that you were able to create something this pretty while in the midst of an emotional meltdown..that takes true talent and skill :o)

    *hugs*

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  6. Very cute! I really like the rain drops and the grey and green color scheme - like a spring shower.

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  7. It is super cute. Hope you are feeling more sunny soon

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  8. easycinderella1/31/2012

    Good Things will come....they always do. Sometimes it is hard to wait for them but makes them all the sweeter.

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  9. This is adorable, Lorelei! Hope you are feeling soon. One thing about the rain, it doesn't take long for a rainbow to appear. Hoping your rainbow appears quite soon with good things to come and strength coming out of the storm. ((HUGS))

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  10. Very creative and it gives off a happy feel. Hope some of that comes back to you. Very appropriate for April showers that will be coming soon.

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  11. It's super cute :) I love the "rain" beads. They're making me think of 'chubby rain' from the hilarious movie Bowfinger.

    Hope you're feeling better soon!

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  12. Sending serious hugs, girl!

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  13. I love how you positioned the few drops right on top of the umbrella. Great job!

    Sending sunshine your way...

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  14. I just love this necklace--the little drops are sweet! I purchased one of these adorable pendants a long time ago but have yet to use it. I'm afraid to let go of it!

    I hope your week gets better!

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  15. I have to say I LOVE conceptual pieces that work. And this really, really works. I love wondering if you had the idea for the raindrops before picking these beads, or if the necklace really came together *because* of these raindrop beads. They are the most perfect raindrop beads I've ever seen! Plus, the whole color palette, etc. Lovely!

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  16. I wonder if that is contagious? I had a major meltdown earlier this week myself. Next thing I know I had tons of resin birds, branches, and leaves on my bead table. No cool raindrops, though. We gotta quit passing these things around:)

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  17. Love it! Sometimes a good meltdown is just what we need. =D Hope you are feeling better today.

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  18. I adore this piece, I loved it the minute I saw it and now, after reading your post, its even more beautiful! I am thinking about you, hope the rain clouds clear up!

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  19. A thing of beauty has come from a time of sadness. Hopefully creating it has been a healing experience for you. Really love the necklace:)

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