Wednesday, November 23, 2016

What's Wrong With This Picture!

Do you see it?  OMG, I posted them for sale and splattered it all over social embarrassing!   I really didn't notice until the customer who bought them had to point it out and ask me if I could fix it.  If you don't see what I'm talking about; the far left dagger has the glass bead at the bottom of the coil, not the top.

Excitement got the best of me and I just lost focus.  Well, we're not perfect are we?  Absolutely not, I can say this isn't the first time I've done this.  I wish I could say it won't be the last, but I can guarantee I'll be looking more closely from now on.

They're still a magnificent pair of earrings.  I love the colors, the bamboo design and Asian flare- ♥

The porcelain charms were purchased from Kiyoi Design. You can find her shop on ETSY.  I have purchased from Cheryl for a long time.  Never disappointed with excellent customer service.

The half moons shapes above are discs of round Kuchi gillets that I cut in half.  I took thick silver wire and bend it in half to create the daggers on the sides.  

I loved these so much that I ordered another pair from Kiyoi which I will be offering in my shop.  Trust me, these will be detailed correctly, ☺

Thank you for stopping by friends~
Wishing you and your family a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving Holiday ♥

Lynn Ferro aka Yucca Bloom Fine Artisan Jewelry


  1. Ha ha, I've found many mistakes once I've taken the pictures and I'm sure made some mistakes that I never realized. We are definitely not perfect. I also had to look up Kuchi Gillets, now I know!!! They sure are beautiful earrings!!

    1. Thank you Kristi, I guess the little imperfections give them character ☺

  2. I think they are beautiful! No mistakes as far as I'm concerned. People are way to worried about asemetry, IMO. IF that's the way you made them, then that is the way they are meant to be! :-) Nice of you to change them for her tho.

  3. I agree with Cindy. There are many pairs of earrings that I do this with on purpose. I would have told the customer that it was an intentional part of the design.

  4. Love them Lynn. I'm rather if the same mind as you. If the intention was to have them be the same, then you would want them to be the way you intended. When you wanted it to be asymmetrical, then it would've been okay. No matter! They're gorgeous either way, and I'm sure the second pair will sell as fast as the first. 😘