Jewelry by Hand

Monthly Archives: December 2012

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Image before being taken apart

here are the findings on the necklace
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The components after being taken apart

I just wanted to let you into my work process a little bit.  Here is how I get the materials for my earrings. I got this necklace from a rummage sale for $3 because it was broken.  It was a great find because the beads are real hematite, I believe that’s what it is called. Anyway I took the necklace apart which involves taking apart each individual link.  I decided to keep the beads on their individual wire links, I would save work later on, but I created more work for me for right now.

I will post a link here when I finally make earrings out of the beads. thank you for your time in reading my post.  I hope you enjoyed a peak into my working space, sorry for the mess.

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