Sunday, September 8, 2013

More Sea Glass and Crystals!

I have partnered with ZnetShows on some projects and here is another set of jewelry I made with the awesome components they sent!

 

I so enjoy working with the sea glass components....and their Chinese crystal line is wonderful too! 



 A while back I created a rivioli bezel when I was visiting Bead Soup in Savage, Maryland last April.  This is modified from a "quickie" project that was in Beadwork magazine (I beleive June/July 2011)....and I recently made a pair of earrings to compliment the bezel.   But FOR THE LIFE OF ME I cannot get this set to photograph well!!!  Every time I photograph any of my jewelry I keep this set on hand to see if I can get it in a better light or something but to no avail! 


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Anyway - I've tried on my iphone too and nothing seems to work.  It's so frustrating!


Now I am off to work on some fall inspired patterns!!!!  It's getting brisk in the evenings here in New England and you can really tell that autumn is on the way!


8 comments:

  1. Your jewelry is just gorgeous!

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  2. Hi,Amy:
    Wonderful,delicate pieces.Nice colors and interesting idea of the designs.Both sets are fantastic,wearable and unique.Those 'frosted' Sea Rings make the fabulous effects.
    Best Greetings-Halinka-

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  3. So, those last two pics are the same pieces, right? Have you tried a light box? Not that I'm a photo expert by any means. I do remember one blogger talking about putting her stuff on a table next to a window, then using a white sheet of paper in front of the window to diffuse the light...
    I love that necklace! I'm not really a fan of red, white and blue jewelry, but you hit the perfect combination with these pieces. The red really pops against that frosted blue. Well done!

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  4. I love your sea glass pieces! I love glass rings, I guess because I think of rings as being metal so the glass makes them interesting.
    It's kind of chilly here too, if you can believe it!

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  5. these colors and styles, on both sets, are wonderful! some pieces refuse to be photographed.

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  6. what gorgeous pieces. I love the glass rings.

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  7. These are actually really pretty jewelries! If I get to pick a favorite, it will be the necklace on the first photo. Nice job!

    -http://seaglass.us/

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  8. Those jewelries are really adorable. I love them. But what really captures my attention is the second to the last pair. I love the feminine impression it brings.

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