I made another necklace for the FusionBeads challenge arranged by Lorelei. I just didn't have the photos for it ready on Friday when I posted about one necklace and one pair of earrings, so I am posting about this one today instead. Here is my other post from Friday.
This is my personal favourite out of the three ones. So many beautiful components joined in a wild exiting marriage.
Look at the four Color Drenched Chains by MissFickleMedia, they're simply gorgeous. And from her also, the black drenched metal long thing in the pendant cluster. In the cluster also a green rustic porcelain shard by MarshaNealStudio. And a decoupage bead, one of the leafs from FusionBeads, the cat's eye facetted beads again. The large Rosey Copper ring that the cluster is hanging from comes from E2SSupplies. The back fiber part I braided with the olive leather cord and two different fiber/yarn strands. I like the way that turned out.
Don't know if I will want to sell this necklace in the nearest while, I wanna get a chance to wear it myself first. Coz I like it, and it's ME! But if you happen to be interested, please let me know :-).
All my best,
this is so fantastic !!!!!
He he, I actually thought YOU in particular would like it. Makes me so happy that you do. Thanks Birgitta!
Malin, great piece - love the wild feeling. And I would keep that necklace too:-)
So pretty! I love the way MissFickle's chains can go with any style. Love the layered look, and the way you showed the photos with the name up the side. Keep on rockin' it, Miss Malin!
Enjoy the day!
That's fabulous. I too like it best of the 3 things you made. And I wouldn't want to get rid of it either. Awesomeness :D
What a gorgeous piece! It's lovely from every angle!!!!
I really like these--I am astonished by the use of texture and color and how unrelated pieces match and gel completely! You did a beautiful job!
I like the wilder fusion. I must admit I couldn't get the sense of it till I saw the picture of it around the neck. Truly harmonic, the soft yarn and the hard chains. Wonderful!
They are all great Malin!
Oohhh… Very Nice! I love the way the chain looks - colors - yum! and how you pulled everything together. What vision!!! I love the interaction of all the pieces on the dangly part...
Thank you Marsha.
As always, I adore what you create! Don't ever stop!
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