Jewelry and Beading

I apologize but I do not have time to update this page any more.  However, if you are interested in seeing my latest creations that are FOR SALE please visit my Facebook page for Flair & Moore which is open to the public!  Thanks and see you there!

Dec: 2012:  Beaded Swarovski Crystal Snowflakes for family Christmas gifts.

December 2012:

More to come...
November 2012:  triple strand bracelet in fall colors.

Bracelet in pinks.  Elastic.

Some purple shaded earrings to match bracelet from mom.

This time I had to make a bracelet to match earrings from mom.  In red crystals and clear glass beads.

Oct. 2012:   Just a pretty necklace I made for myself with this beautiful blue swirl stone (crazy lace agate) and some silver lined clear seed beads plus a few light blue Swarovski crystals.

Was experimenting.  Didn't turn out as planned, and might be missing a little something.  Still thinking on this one.

Sept 2012:  Topaz Crystal Cubes with Silk Swarovskis set. 

Sept 2012:  Made all by myself!! with the help of this amazing tutorial.

Side view... even the beaded band is so pretty!  Very fun to make, although took me over 3 hours total. 

Sept 2012:  Found these little beads already on silver loops that my mom had made just waiting to be put to use.  I added them to this beautiful gemstone pendant to match the earrings below that my mom had also made.

Sept. 2012:  Silver and Turquoise.  Some of my favorite colors.

Sept. 2012 Triple strand, randeom bead bracelet with matching necklace on stretchy cord. Necklace is single strand, 26" long!

July 2012: Gift set for my BFF. My first necklace ever!

Made in 2012 to match a necklace my mom had made.

I made these earrings to match this bracelet and a necklace that my mom had made.  July 2012
The first thing I've ever made!  For a Stampin' Up! contest.  The large beads are all handmade with designer paper
April 2012

Here is how I packaged them for the contest. 

Not sure how this page thing works... thought I'd give it a try so I can keep my beading projects on a separate page for easier viewing.

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