I'm so pleased with how the Frozen Waters earrings have turned out that I've already started making a second pair in a different colour. Although it's really difficult for me to keep to such small dimensions, compared to my cuffs and collars, I really enjoy making these... it's so nice to be able to start a project and finish it in the same day! :-) instead of my usual days or weeks :-)
Sadly the pictures are not brilliant... this is the best one out of a lot of really bad ones... lack of light, but I will take some more in a few days when I have a few more pieces to photograph and better light! :-)
These earrings are the perfect complement to my entry for this month EtsyBeadWeavers' Snow Queen December Challenge.
Which reminds me voting is currently taking place at http://etsy-beadweavers.blogspot.com/ vote for your favourite piece! voting ends 15th December!!!
you completed the set! Looks great - it will look like heaven against a dark skinned woman. They're beautiful!ReplyDelete
Love the earrings triz - yea it is nice to make something smaller for a change!ReplyDelete
WOW!!! I would save those for a REALLY SPECIAL event...gorgeous...the photography is tricky, yes?ReplyDelete
Absolutely gorgeous earrings to go with a spectacular cuff! Brava, Triz :DReplyDelete
I've just received an order for three identical pairs of earrings and am looking forward to the "faster" work as well ;o
Stunning earrings...I understand when you talk about this photo being the best of the worst...looks wonderful to me but I have problems taking great photos so I know where you are coming from!!!ReplyDelete
I've finally decided I'm going to see if I can either take a course in photography or pay someone to teach me...
I have given you an award, and hope you will collect! Please see my blog for details.ReplyDelete
They are really quite beautiful!ReplyDelete
These are beautiful!ReplyDelete
Those earrings are stunning and as a set with the bracelet, truly amazing!ReplyDelete
I love these earrings! They perfectly compliment the cuff. Working on a smaller (and faster!) scale makes a nice change, doesn't it :)ReplyDelete
Your beadwork is stunning! I love this set!ReplyDelete