October 26, 2012

Monumental


A little while back I got a sweet package in the mail from my friend Andrew Thornton. He sent me a strand of Himalayan River stone nuggets, and I used them last night in this chunky necklace design.  I added a few punches of color with some faceted stones, jade, amethyst, smoky quartz, carnelian, and garnet. I also added some Ceramic disc beads from Kylie Parry, and a sweet egg bead from Round Rabbit extra. The flower clasp is almost like a focal in itself and can be worn at the front or the back of this piece. I really love the way this turned out. It's available for sale on Etsy.
Thank you Andrew for these rustic beads!


6 comments:

  1. Love this piece! The colors and textures are wonderful! Very nicely done!

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  2. I love what you did with the pieces! You did an AWESOME job! It's a beautiful piece!

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  3. Such a beautiful piece. ^.^

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  4. Love it! The colours and textures work so well together. Where is the clasp from - is it Green Girl?

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  5. I love the textures... Great job.

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  6. You really made those rustic stones come alive with the strategic pops of gemstone color! Really Pretty!

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