March 21, 2013

Back up, to Wednesday

Whoo. I'm beat tired after a long day of working in the studio on these necklaces. I had promised to send some jewelry off to the gift shop at Munson-Williams-Proctor when I left back in November. Only took me 3.5 months to get my shit together. So I crafted some of these new peek-a-boo pendants using tin, and some copper and silver plated nickel washers, and an etched washer from Jenny.

I love the way they all turned out! I also did a few custom pendants, including one with a FB friend's kids names on them.


Today I hope to maybe do a few tin bracelets and earrings to go along with the collection and then I have a boatload of regular beaded necklaces and bracelets that I'll be removing from my shops to take to the museum with these. I'm sure they'll be glad to have a nice stock after so many months of a dwindling one.

TODAY ONLY! I'll be offering online shoppers a bit of a sale to move stuff out before I pack it up. Buy any regular price item and get the second of equal or lesser value for 50% off!! Just add a note in the Note to seller: LAST CHANCE and I will refund the 50% via Paypal. This will only be valid to PAYPAL purchases so please no credit cards for this sale! THANKS!! Feel free to shop at my etsy shop or my webstore! Sale not valid on TOGGLES, JUST jewelry, please!


I'll show you some pics of the necklaces above....

 Custom Order
Sweet and simple, this one doesn't have a dangling pendant below the peek-a-boo pendant. 



Custom Order- I can do custom pendants as long as I have the time. Just ask!
 This one features the buyer's children's names, and would make a great Mother's day gift!




 I really love this one the best- Purple floral brass, behind a nickel
washer with deja vu stamped on it. And instead of chain, I used
leather to dangle this awesome double sided porcelain  bead from Round Rabbit Extra.




Here's a hammered and stamped Copper washer with some vintage chintz tin,
and a large red poppy dangle from TheaToo.


Here's one of Jenny's etched washers, with a tin featuring a Flower theme. I 
dangled some wire wrapped glass flowers ont the chain below.


 Fancy That features a pewter charm from Green Girl Studios and some
of my favorite tin ever.


Love how this Take Flight pendant came out. Butterfly theme, and
instead of chain, I strung the pendant onto some printed Japanese
Crepe cording from Ornamentea!



6 comments:

  1. These are absolutely beautiful! I love the contrast of textures.

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  2. Wow Lorelei - these are all just fabulous! I hope they do really well at the gift shop :)

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  3. those are fun! love these pendants

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  4. Really Terrific , Lorelei!

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  5. Those are stunning! I'm thinking of asking for a special order for my mother for Mother's Day.

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  6. Your necklaces are gorgeous and it's so great that you make custom orders. I wish you the best :)

    Belcho USA
    http://belchousajewelry.blogspot.com/

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