Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Seahorse Necklaces

Seahorse jewelry seems to be catching on lately.  I've made quite a few and most of them have sold.  One customer liked it so much she commissioned another similar necklace with a "funky" fish focal bead instead of the seahorse. 

These seahorses are hand sculpted of polymer clay, adorned with crystals and pearls, antiqued and finished off with a satin glaze for a soft shine.  Then they are strung on professional grade beading wire with semi-precious stone chips and I add a beautiful gold tone metal leaf toggle clasp.  Each one is so unique, you'll never see anyone else wearing the same necklace.

This Green Seahorse Necklace is still available.




I'll be making more of these necklaces this week.

 They would be great at the seashore or your favorite vacation resort.  Click here.


More Pastel Colors

After I finished with all the petals, I made another Rainbow necklace of round beads in pastels for the summer.  Those round beads are so hard to get absolutely round.  It takes a lot of practice.  Here is the result.

  The beads are graduated from the large beads in front to the smaller beads at the back with small white glass pearls in between.  Would be pretty for the summer and the necklace is so light weight!

More Petal Necklaces

I had such great response to the multi-color petal necklace I recently made, I decided to do a few in pastel colors for the summer.   Then I got carried away with the petals.........

These rainbow necklaces are all available at my Polymer Panache Etsy shop: Click here