Thursday, December 12, 2019

Earring Sampler 💗

Hi, everyone!  I'm sorry it's been so long since I wrote a post here, and I'm glad to be back.  I haven't been making much jewelry lately, but today I'd like to share a few pairs of earrings that I have made over the last while.  💗

The whimsical earrings below have so much going on with texture and shape 
that I thought keeping them monochromatic would work well.  The bumpy blue-green
 lampwork beads are by Beth Mellor of BeebooThe fun porcelain hearts are by the 
wonderful Judie Mountain.  With sterling beads and Two Trees sterling ear wires.  

These little (about 1-7/8" long) chainmaille earrings are woven in the classic
barrel weave, are made of small niobium rings in a subtle rainbow of colors, 
and are as lightweight as they come. 

I think these charms might be some of the most colorfully vibrant that Kristi Bowman has ever made--so
 I decided to take them just a little over the top.  I'm not sure it worked, but it was fun.  
With Kristi and Beth Mellor. 

 These earrings are so much whimsical fun, with Patty Lakinsmith's yellow-and-orange disc beads,
the short stack of blue and green Czech discs, tiny pops of red glass beads, and playful and 
colorful enameled charms by Marlene Kazor Quigley of MarkazoArt

Well, I think that's enough from me for now!  I hope you're all well and happy and enjoying the holiday season.  💗


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  1. So lovely to see you back with such beauty!

    1. Thanks so much, Lindsay. There's more where they came from... Hopefully I can write about at least a few!

  2. Yay, great that you are back! And when you are back, wow, you are back. All of these earrings are amazing!

  3. Thank you so much, Janine! You have no idea how happy that makes me. 💗