I received a sweet three piece set of pink and white pearls with a pink and silver foil heart. After taking the before pictures and taking all three pieces apart, I honestly just stared at the beads. I'm not much of fan of the sweet, pink pearls and my first instinct was to recreate the beads into a bracelet for my one year old niece. Unfortunately, little miss is going to have to wait a while for auntie to make her another bracelet.
As I was sitting in bible study this past Wednesday, the design came to me - three stand bracelet. Cha-ching!! I drew out my design and then came home and went to work. The third strand with the chain and aqua beads went through a few color changes before I felt the piece sang. The only pieces I did not use were the white pearls, one of the claps and the earring wires.
I do love wearing multiple strands of bracelets, but rarely were a multiple strand piece at one time. This was a good challenge for me and even though pink is so not my color (mom of 3 boys...) it was fun to play with and be challenged.
Feel free to do a little blog hopping with the other participants of Jeannie's 4th Do Over Challenge.
Jeannie K Dukic http://site.jkdjewelry.com/
Miranda Ackerley http://mirandack.com/
Patti Vanderbloemen http://
Marlene Cupo http://amazingdesigns-marlene.
Mary Govaars http://mlhjewelrydesigns.com/
Kelli Jacobson http://www.
Gerry Nickerson http://gersgems1.blogspot.com/
Charlene Jacka http://clay-space.com/blog
Birgit Klughardt http://www.gitesbeads-gite.
Mowse Doyle http://mowsemadethis.blogspot.
Renetha Stanziano http://lamplightcrafts.
Debbie Beechy http://beetique56.blogspot.
Cilla Watkins http://www.
Carolyn Lawson http://carolyncreationswa.
Micha Sorensen http://tulipsandpine.blogspot.
Emma Todd http://www.apolymerpenchant.
Donetta Farrington http://simplygorgeous-donetta.
Tracy Stillman http://www.
Rita Avila http://www.jewelschoolfriends.