Summer Earrings

Isla Earrings ~ Fun summer multicolor wooden earrings. Super lightweight. These earrings will go with just about anything. Fabulously priced at $8.00!

Mara Earrings ~ The bright blue and green reminds me of the ocean. Simple double drop earrings that will add a pop of color to your look. $10.00

Milla Earrings

Vintage German Glass Helicopter Dangles. These vintage helicopter beads take me straight back to my childhood; only these beautiful aqua and white beads are glass not plastic. Pretty and whimsical for only $15.00!

How lovely would these be with this Crimped Alabaster Blouse – Anthropologie.com? These earrings can be worn with so much though! As soon as I finished making them I had to make a pair for myself…and, yes, I have already worn mine.

Summer Jewelry In-Progress

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“Everything that is new or uncommon raises a pleasure in the imagination, because it fills the soul with an agreeable surprise, gratifies its curiosity, and gives it an idea of which it was not before possessed.” Joseph Addison This so … Continue reading

Trapeze Earrings

Bev & I had fun today being creative with jewelry making and our time. She picked out beads for the trapeze earrings while I worked on special orders. We are team working in order to get ready for the jewelry party.  I just finished putting the trapeze earrings together and here they are:

Tangerine Statement Necklace

Wire-wrapped glass, tangerine cube beads and deep turquoise glass seed beads make a bold statement in this necklace. This necklace measures 21 inches in length and comes with matching tangerine earrings. This necklace was created out of sheer curiosity of wire-wrapping the cubed beads… “What would happen if?”… So, I just started playing and this is the result. I loved the way the bluish-green seed beads looked with it so I added four strands on each side. This necklace will be perfect for a night out or some other event where bold jewelry is appropriate.   

Playful in Pink

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This necklace is inspired by J.Crew’s spring jewelry; specifically, their blooming bead pendant necklace: http://www.jcrew.com/womens_category/jewelry/necklaces/PRDOVR~74442/74442.jsp.  I loved the beads in the middle of the chain. I decided to try it and voila, this playful statement necklace was created. I used aluminum chain, glass seed beads, glass crystals, shell & resin. I off-centered the pink crystals for a little playfulness and added a large shell and resin bauble for fun. You can’t help but feel happy in this necklace!        

 

Additional Pictures Of Necklaces with Interest

Necklaces With Interest

 

These two necklaces are interesting and delicate and a great way to add a touch of whimsy to an outfit. These necklaces invoke a sense of playfulness and curiosity. The ladder necklace makes me think of climbing new heights—never give up and always push forward. The sideways flare necklace reminds to of thinking outside of the box—you won’t get very far stuck inside one, right? Playing around with jewelry designs is fun and exhilarating especially when the results are unexpectedly beautiful. I usually have a general idea of how I want to design a piece, but as I start creating, the pieces normally evolve into something else. I don’t think these pictures do these necklaces any justice; however, I still wanted to share…Enjoy.

Layering Bracelets

Fun layering bracelets featuring handcrafted brass clasps. Bracelet 1: faceted aragonite gemstones with howlite and lemon quartz. Bracelet 2: aqua glass seed beads. Tell me what some of your favorite bracelet looks are this season?

EZRA Spring Carnelian Necklace Set

Diligently working on my Spring 2012 inventory, and collecting the most adorable dishes for display in the process. The focus of my Spring collection is color and price. I am tailoring the whole line around the philosophy of well-made jewelry at fantastic prices. Having worked in retail for nine years, I can tell you that most fashion jewelry is overpriced and cheaply made.  I am here to help with that by offering quality, handmade jewelry at great prices—I am talking crazy, good prices that you won’t make you feel guilty about splurging on a fashionable treat for yourself. This necklace was created with Carnelian, snow quartz and stone with a handcrafted brass clasp and matching earrings. This set is available for $1200—message me for more details. I accept PayPal and ship all jewelry via priority mail flat rate ($535), if you live in Selma, AL we can arrange a pick up. Thanks for stopping by!

🙂 Brandi