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Bella’s Lullaby Necklace

Well, folks, I got a lot of wonderful feedback last week when I blogged about the Twilight Necklace I made. Here’s the LINK if you missed it. So, I decided to make another necklace… I actually really wanted to anyway, since the beading bug has bitten me again. Plus, I still had Pam’s charms so…

Bella's Lullaby 001

Here’s my latest creation. Most Twi-stuff is depicted in red, black and white, but the movie had such a blue cast to it, I decided to use that as my color inspiration.

Bella's Lullaby 003You can see here that it’s got a tiny photo of Edward and Bella, during the piano scene, in a bottle cap.

I put 5 little charms on the chain, plus another hanging off the back of the piece. I lovBella's Lullaby 002e the colors, and I really like the combination of sizes and textures of all of the elements I used. I even listed it on my Etsy Shop so that if you want it to be yours, it can be! I plan on making more of these little babies, but if there’s a specific scene that YOU want to wear around your neck, let me know and Pam and I will create a custom necklace just for you! And please, give me some feedback on this guys. I’d like to know if this is a good route to explore for selling. Thanks everybody!!!

Comments

Erica said…
I love this necklace! I love the picture and the beads. Perfection! I am going to look at your Etsy right now!
Julie said…
That is beautiful! LOVE that bottle cap -- beautiful work!
Unknown said…
This is just beautiful Ali...WOW! You just make the most beauitful pieces....Xx

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