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post #1 of 13
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Ok here is something i made. What do you guys think?

Took me AGES to make, a real booger.

I didn't have any lobster claw clasp so I made my own but i think for one to sell, I'd need some bigger gauge wire for the clasp. (pics kinda suck on the first one)










This is 2 others i made a few days ago (figured I'd throw it in too):



post #2 of 13
Very pretty. I haven't had the patience for any bead work for a few months now.

If you're looking to sell handmade jewelry, natural materials are sometimes more appealing. Stone beads, stone chip beads, wooden beads, shells, and hemp cording. I think it's because it looks more unique? Also if you look into fashion trends and seasonal colors it might help with ideas and selling pieces.
post #3 of 13
Thread Starter 
yeah i'm trying to do an amber necklace for my sister but i don't know what style yet and just made that last one.

But yeah hemp would be good for summer and stuff.
post #4 of 13
Those are lovely!
post #5 of 13
Cool, i admire anyone who has the eyesight and patience to last longer than me! lol


I got tiny rose quartz beads for xmas, but i dont have needs thin enough to go through them as i want them on a thread, not wire. Blah!
post #6 of 13
Those are very pretty!! Great job! I love the last one!
post #7 of 13
very pretty! I wish I could wear jewelry, but anything other than solid gold makes me rashy
post #8 of 13
They are really pretty, I especially like the last one (amber).
post #9 of 13
Oh, I love those! Very nice job.
post #10 of 13
they are lovely I love handmade jewlery.... it's always an original.
post #11 of 13
Those are so very pretty! Good luck with your creations!

Hilda>^..^<
post #12 of 13
Those are so nice, I would totally wear them
post #13 of 13
Very nice! My favorite is the penultimate, beautiful!

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Originally Posted by Dragoriana View Post
...I got tiny rose quartz beads for xmas, but i dont have needs thin enough to go through them as i want them on a thread, not wire. Blah!
Have you seen that stretchy kind of nylon string? You can buy it in different thicknesses, and even the very thin one is stiff enough that you don't need a needle. It looks like fishing line, but stretchy, in clear or colors. Bead shops have it. Daughter likes to make bracelets with it because you don't have to put on a clasp.
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