Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Earrings that I’m making.

I’ve got a new jones.   Making earrings.
I have struggled with necklaces...and hassled
with bracelets.   But making earrings?  
Easy.  Fast.  Quick gratification.


I made these modern day Mourning Jewelry ones
the day Amy Winehouse died.  A tribute to her.
I used jet Victorian buttons on these.



Old Amethyst beads, vintage rhinestone spacers,
old Art Deco connectors.



Citron colored crystal beads saved from a decayed
Art Deco necklace found in a shop in England.




These blue beads are Czech Picasso Saturn's.
Love, luv, love these.


These purple ones were harvested off of a 1920s Art Deco
necklace that I found in a dusty old box at the  Newark Antique Market
In Northern England.


I have never worn swinging, dangling earrings.
I always went the modest route with studs and silver hoops. But these feel so cool to wear and
  they feel great swinging under my hair.  I’m hooked on them now.   

I am not a bragger...  or a very good self promoter.  People
often say to me.."Gee, I never knew you could do that!"
I dislike blowing my own horn.  In la, la, la “L.A.Land"
everybody is always bragging about something that they do.
Heck I’m from the Midwest...we don’t do that kind of stuff.

So I quietly made these earrings at my kitchen table.
They are for sale in my etsy  shop.


18 comments:

loveandlilac said...

Not a good bragger - are you sure you're not British ;-)

They're all gorgeous but the citron pair are real beauties.

Louise x

Beatnheart said...

No, but I’m married to one.

And yes, it is one of the attributes of the British people that I very much admired. Check out “loveandlilac” blog. A cool British chick with a fab
cottage style.

Heavens2Betsy said...

These are all so divine. I love the mourning ones particularly although they are all lovely. penny

Anne Lorys - Fiona and Twig said...

So beautiful, I wish I wasn't broke right now!!!

Kath said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Joanna Jenkins said...

Gorgeous! Every single one.
xo jj

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

They are ALL BEAUTIFUL!!! Really stunning and Elegent and so Artful!
BRAG, my dear....Brag! (lol)

La Petite Gallery said...

you are one talented Lady. They are all so beautiful. Very chic....
yvonne

Chris Kerr said...

Purty~~fun & swingy. You sound like you are having a blast...so glad!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Beautiful and unique!

Fire Byrd said...

Well as a Brit I think these are divine just the type of earrings I love wearing. Old antique with interesting bead work. Fabulous collection.

Pam said...

Love them all! I do like beads with a history!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love these...the first pair, especially! ♥

kelro said...

Beautiful work C. You are one talented couple.

Paula said...

Havent been around for a while. missed the necklace and bracelet exercises therefore;-)) But love, love, love the citron colored ones. Planning on getting an etsy shop in Spring, currently in the production phase!

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Hi Cynthia! Thanks for stopping by my lonely little blog. I'm so very sorry and saddened to hear of your mom's passing. Sending you lots of bloggy love and hugs and wishes for comfort.

Sally

oldgreymare said...

Love those blue Czech Saturns..heart all a flutter.
I am surrounded by earring beading crazed women and loving it!..cause then I don't have to make them, we trade lol!

so glad to hear your Etsy is doing well, I can remember your beginnings :D

Have a blessed Holiday and make great memories
xx
z

PK Studios said...

Fun and fabulous Cynthia! I'm anxious to get back in the design chair too... so busy this time of year! Now I'm trying to avoid strep...it's been knocking at my door...eek. Stay warm and healthy and creative : )

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