Wednesday, June 08, 2005

I've had these done for a while, but have been holding them back from the website while trying to get an article on them published. Doesn't look like that's going to fly, so I've decided to put them up for sale. They'll be added to the "Hippie Dippie" section of the website because they've got that 60's flower child feel. I started with a basic iron-on applique, backed it with suede and added hand-beaded embroidery around the edges. It's strung on suede lace and finished with a sterling silver clasp. I may also have kits available in the future, but right now, these finished necklaces are for sale. There are several other designs and I'll be posting those pictures here over the next few days. Groovy, baby! Posted by Hello


Jenie said...

Love all of these, but I think aqua lace is my favorite. I can not believe that magazine did not snatch these up from you. They really are just the coolest. Big time.

Jenie said...

Oo! You should try selling them to people on craft groups like craftster. (.com, I think, but might be .net or .org)

Silver Parrot said...

Thanks - I'll add that to my list of places to check out!