Jewelry Maker Week Finale!

 

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STAINED GLASS WINDOW TREATMENT @ LITTLELALAORIGINALS/ETSY

Whew, it has been a whirlwind week using all the jewelry elements I found at garage sales last weekend!   I finished up the week with a stained glass window project with the gorgeous moody blue beads that were a perfect match for some stained glass that has been sitting on the shelf for quite a while.

 

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The plan was to make two new valances using the beaded necklaces, but I ran out of energy and inspiration for the green necklace.  Maybe next week?  Probably not. LOL

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I used up all the beads in the necklace making these 4 inch long “bead strands”.  The idea for the Stained Glass Window Valances popped in my head driving down the freeway in Portland, Oregon back in 2003!  I sell them in my Etsy Shop: “LittleLaLaOriginals“.

The little pile of jewelry elements from last weeks garage sales has turned into a bevy of beauties ready to go out into the world and find a new home.  YAY!

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WATCH COLLAGE

 

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SKELETON KEY AND COPPER INITIAL PENDANT NECKLACES
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LEATHER LEAF PENDANT NECKLACE
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STAINED GLASS WINDOW TREATMENT @ LITTLELALAORIGINALS/ETSY

I need to get my ArtEmboss order from Dick Blick before I can work on the cool lampshade makeover using the brass fasteners.

Hope you have a great weekend!  It is First Saturday ArtWalk tonight and I am really looking forward to meeting folks who pop into Sunrose Gallery and seeing the new art from their featured artist Zemula Fleming!

 

Author: Patty Thurlby

I am a full time artist with a whimsical point of view!

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