I miss being a fashion designer. It was everything I ever wanted since I was 13 years old, and my time in NYC making clothes was magical. One of the best parts of putting together my runway shows was creating the jewelry pieces. For my shows, it was the bigger the better! This piece is an homage to that time in my life. It's big, bold and perfect for a party! Can you believe that hot glue was used to make the roese? It's such a great way to make jewelry components and it's much quicker than you think. I may just wear this piece around the house with my bathrobe. Wear what you want, my fabulous friends, and always Make Your Mark!
Big, bold and beautiful!
It reminds me of Victorian mourning jewelry
I learned how to hammer aluminum wire for this piece. So much fun!
Everything I used for this project:
Surebonder Glue Guns & Products: https://amzn.to/3bOpfiZ John Bead Aluminum Wire: https://bit.ly/2J6TqYN John Bead Faceted Glass Beads: https://bit.ly/rondellestrands John Bead / Crystal Lane Faceted Teardrops: https://bit.ly/33iKXJ9 John Bead / Crystal Lane Faceted Oval: https://bit.ly/2JaiGh1 John Bead Jump Rings: https://bit.ly/3o1syst DecoArt Metallic Lustre in Silver Spark: https://bit.ly/3q14nMy Redesign With Prima Silicone Molds: https://amzn.to/3mZn01h & https://bit.ly/37NHkwb MY AMAZON STORE: https://www.amazon.com/shop/markmontano
Watch how to make this necklace here OR
watch how to make it on my YouTube channel here: https://youtu.be/qWEJSlPI3bc
DecoArt's Metallic Lustre is amazing stuff! A great way to bring out the details of a molded piece.
Happy New Year!
Stunning! I always learn so much from your videos.ReplyDelete
I'm so glad to hear that Amy! Stay in touch, OK!Delete