Wednesday, August 14, 2013


Last week I told you about a benefit that was held for a friend who is recovering from a brain aneurysm.  There was a silent auction as part of that benefit and I wanted to share with you some of the jewelry I made for the auction.


I was really feeling the turquoise and red color them when I was at work, so I embraced it.  This piece I was strung on beading cord and finished with clam beads and a lobster clasp.

The pendant and earrings were made with non tarnish silver wire with wrapped loops.

The earring hooks are sterling silver.

The second set I made was also threaded on beading cord.

I finished it with cone beads and wire wrapped loops.

I really like that finish.

I was worried that the pendant bead would look awkward because it didn't lie flat, but I really loved it.  I paired it with simple non-tarnish loop earrings.

All of the pieces I donated sold and what's even better was that they were for a great cause.

Accessorizing and helping someone in need; it's a win, win if you ask me!

I hope you are having a lovely Wednesday!

Linking Up:

Ivy and Elephants



  1. Lovely jewelry my friend and made for such a lovely cause!! I'm sure whoever purchased them will enjoy them! Thanks for linking up...have a wonderful rest of your week! ;-)

  2. hi they look lovely your friend is very lucky for your help checking out from friendship friday lorraine at


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