As I mentioned last week I've been doing a spot of remodelling, reusing and recycling.
This necklace had a dyed stone pendant which has lost it's colour. It has a mix of handmade lampwork beads, czech glass, kyanite, pearls and metal leaves.
It needed to be made into a bracelet strung on memory wire - the pendant got ditched!.
I also used some of the kyanite stones to team with these rounds of chrysocolla and czech glass, plus snakesskin jasper.
Here is one of the necklaces I mentioned on day 7.
Its lovely moonstone drops have become a simple necklace when teamed with grey czech glass beads and some chain.
Plus the faceted apatite ovals with chain have a new life as a simple bracelet.
This bold green and aqua necklace obviously wasn't to everyone's taste - or anyone's!
So parts of it are now a fresh summery bracelet.
You remember on Day 6 I showed your some pendants I had made?
Here are the finished neckklaces that I made for last weekends fair.
They are fashionably long and strung on ball chain with a birdie theme or a parisian theme. There was one with a rose theme and another with love symbols.
Still in the long necklace mood, I made some key and crystal necklaces.
I have more to show you, but maybe that's enough for tonight.
How has your week been?
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