You may have noticed, or not, that I’ve not posted a lot of new jewelry designs. To be honest, it’s because I can’t make them fast enough to even keep them in stock. Which is a good thing, mind you. I hope to get the entire jewelry store re-worked this week, and maybe, just maybe I’ll see if I can’t make them easier to buy (like it’s hard now- contact me via Facebook or email, with the name of the necklace you want, the email address associated with your PayPal Account, and voila- the piece belongs to you). Or if you’re my friend Sharon, you say, “I want this”, and then when she sees me in town, she gets the necklace(s) handed to her and I get paid. By the way, my necklaces are apparently lucky, because roomer has it that she typically wins big at the casino when she’s donning on of my creations. I’m just sayin’!
For instance- this creation didn’t even make it to my Facebook Page, let alone to the shop before it was sold. I posted a photo, from my phone no less, on Twitter, and 5 minutes later, this stunning beauty was gone! I can’t say I blame anyone for wanting it. It’s got silver rings from a shop in Turkey and well, look- it’s just cool!
And then there’s this one- it lasted a while longer, because I didn’t list it at first. I created this one for myself- to wear to a pageant that my Cowboy’s Daughter was competing in. It was a perfect compliment to the blouse that i wore. But the moment I snapped a photo- it was snatched up!
Same with this one. I created it to go with a couple new purple shirts I purchased, and only got to wear it once.
This beauty didn’t even make it a day on my Facebook site.
It’s also got silver from Turkey. As much as I love those pieces I purchased from that silversmith, it took almost 2 and half months to get here!
Same with this piece- it lasted all of about an hour!
It’s a longer number- around 28″, so if you like longer jewelry, let me know. You’ll see an amazing creation of mine here shortly, that is if I haven’t got you bored to tears.
Lucky for all of you- this piece is still for sale!
Which utterly shocks me. I guess maybe it’s the $90 price tag? But where else are you going to find something that’s just so awesome as this? It’s got nearly every color you could imagine, and crosses galore. Not to mention “bling”!
If your’e interested, this piece is called “Color Me Cross”.
It has a cool magnet clasp. I’m going to be ordering some more of these, because I find them fascinating, and of course, blingy!
And of course if no one wants to buy this one from me, it won’t hurt my feelings to wear it to barrel races all summer. It’ll look adorable with my straw hat, and white long-sleeved shirts!
This rustic, beautiful cross didn’t last long either. About as long as the other long-cross necklace from above.
I have decided I love copper. And I think I should do more things in copper. Copper and turquoise. What would NOT be to love about that?
Here we have two pieces that I just put together this weekend. They’d look fab if you wore them together, or if you wore them separately! Both are longer than most but not as long as the stunning number coming up!
This one is called Double Trouble and is available for $65.
It has really cool, sterling silver tube beads in it.
And if these pictures aren’t great, it’s because it was about a -10 when I was taking them.
This is the longer, layering piece to go with the one above. It’s called “The Wild Side” and is priced at $75.
Yes, it has snow on it. But it won’t if you purchase it!
As with most all of my pieces, other than the magnet clasps, there’s handmade argentinium silver hook and eye clasps.
And then there’s this masterpiece. I made it for my friend Suzie over at Urban Country Style. If you’ve not been over there to say hi, you should totally go! She’s bright, has amazing taste, and is otherwise fun! And like she says, after seeing this, “Diamonds are so, 2010.”
It is two necklaces- the one with the cross hangs to the navel. The second isn’t quite that long, but they can be worn together or apart.
I will secretly admit that I hoped she didn’t like this piece. Though I knew there was no way that was possible. I thought to myself, “why do I never get to wear any cool stuff like this?” See above if you’ve already forgotten that everyone wants to purchase them!
Honestly, the photos, just don’t do it justice.
Happy Monday, and Happy Trails!
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