* flower-crusted jewelry

Posted on March 15th, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Wants.

We had 2 days of spring this week before returning to our regularly scheduled cold weather. Maybe if I had one of these fantastic flowery necklaces it wouldn’t be so bad.

snapcrafty has a line called Lush. She also sells neat beads, so I bought a pack of the flowers last week to play around with.


I also really like Art School Dropout’s Juxtapose line.


7 Responses to “flower-crusted jewelry”

  1. stevie Says:

    Yeah I love those Juxtapose necklaces, I just bought one! Listened to your craftypod the other day, very cool – I love what your giving the craft community!

  2. leya Says:

    thanks for great post — my birthday is coming up and you linked me to some great ideas.

  3. kelly Says:

    totally droolworthy! really love both of their styles!

  4. Katie Says:

    I have a set of white vintage hair pins from Snapcrafty :) my bud Lindsey (Yankee Girl Designs) loves her bead sets too! You should check out her Bird’s Nest necklaces (www.lindseyandray.com/ygd) they’ll make you feel “spring-ey”!

  5. Dacia Ray Says:

    These are so beautiful. I aprticularly like the orange one; it’s striking.

  6. moki Says:

    oh they’re beautiful. Too bad she’s closing for a littlw bit.

  7. Gina Miller Says:

    I like the blue birdie.


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