Sunday, March 31, 2013

AJE Earring Challenge Reveal #6

These iridescent lampwork beads by Jennifer of Dry Gulch Beads and Jewelry have a very soft purple/blue hue to them.   They are accented with copper caps, and are sitting on an enameled headpin.  The copper rectangles have been gently touched with patina.

  
Since I have a thing for Chandelier Earrings, I felt I should make a pair.  We used some findings from our Store, crystalized them, and they turned into butterflies.  So...with lots of wire-wrapped Swarovski crystal, a hammered and texturized wire, and  lampwork beads by Jennifer of Dry Gulch Beads and Jewelry, they became Butterfly Windchime Earrings.
 
 
"Happy Easter" from all of us at Dry Gulch Beads and Jewelry...and from my faithful blogging friend "Dave", my Vizsla Dog :)


7 comments:

  1. I love the burst of color in the earrings! Happy Easter to you too!

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  2. Love both your pairs of earrings! The colours on the first one are gorgeous!

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  3. Both pair are beautifully unique, but I especially like the artful wirework on the windchimes!

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  4. Very pretty earrings! I love how you've matched up the colors in the earrings with the settings in the photo ... really brings in the colors!

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  5. Wow the chandelier earrings are soooo gorgeous! Love them!

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