Friday, March 20, 2009

Deep Water


A necklace kit that I have long admired finally went on clearance. I couldn't resist, despite my lack of experience in jewelry making! I was amazed at how satisfying and how simple it was.



I love the colors -- blue, and gray, and green, the glorious hues of the sea in its varying moods.

Another crafting hobby? Well, I just don't have enough, you know. *ahem*


7 comments:

  1. It's beautiful! Blue is my favourite colour, so this is just gorgeous!! You did a wonderful job! :)

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  2. That is a beautiful necklace Shannon! I love those colors too. :)
    Blessings,
    Alyssa

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  3. It is lovely! Such a cool and refreshing look. It will suit you well.

    And I know what you mean about "not" having enough crafting hobbies. I mean, I certainly do not have less than four blankets in the process of being knit or crocheted, not counting the baby hat being knitted, and my sewing projects, and I did not think the other day, "Hm, I'd really like to try [insert new craft here]..." before coming to my senses and realizing that I could NOT start something new. I most certainly would never do any such crazy thing.

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  4. It is beautiful! Jewelry making is so fun! Especially when you get to wear the final product, and everyone asks where you BOUGHT it! :P Lol!

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  5. Very lovely! The colors of the sea . . . brings back memories of Sarah, Plain and Tall. :)

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  6. Oh, Shannon1 that is beautiful, you did a great job! I love to make jewlrey. I like the colors of the sea. I agree with Simply Vintagegirl, it reminds me of the movir Sarah Plain an Tall!
    Blessings,
    ~Miss Hannah~

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  7. Thank you! :-)

    Serena, you had me laughing so hard! And I would NEVER think you were that crazy, don't worry. ;-)

    I have to admit, "Sarah, Plain and Tall" was on my mind! I love the film, and I just read the book the other day. It's brief, but delightful!

    Yours in Christ,
    Shannon

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