|Geometric Turquoise $100.00 (Single Strand Necklaces)
This is really a fun turquoise necklace with clean lines & a little sparkle. The oval and rectangular turquoise pieces are delicately faceted to catch the light; I spaced them between Swarovski diamond-shaped crystals that add a deep, intense, reflective blue counterpoint to the turquoise. Eye-catching for sure!
|Multi-Colored Pearls & Turquoise Flower $130.00 (Pendant Necklaces)
Given my affinity towards faceted pearls, I fell in love with the extreme variety of these. This strand exhibits colors of brown, gray, white, and green. I mixed a turquoise stone pendant with Swarovski clear crystal rondels and a silver toggle clasp as finishing touches. This piece is sophisticated yet playful!
|Gold-Filled Beads & Swarovski Crystal $20.00 (Bracelets)
So when everyone else was making crystal stretchy bracelets, I needed to be different. I came up with the Swarovski crystal zig zag bracelet on elastikord first and then this design. I wear a whole bunch of these together and it looks fabulous.
|Turquoise Seed Bead $85.00 (Bracelets)
I made this bracelet with a friend of mine in mind. She loves turquoise and has been one of my biggest supporters. I combined seed beads with a few strands of turquoise. I topped it off with a triple-strand clasp to create a cuff-style bracelet.
|Zig Zag Turquoise Glass Bead $60.00 (Bracelets)
I like the zig zag pearls so much that when I found this glass turquoise bead that makes a tear drop zig zag pattern, I knew I had to make something out of it. The box-shaped clasp really pulled the whole look together.
|Bali Bead $30.00 (Anklets)
I created this anklet because sometimes people just don't like crystals. This is made of all silver - the chain, the two kinds of bali beads, and the clasp. This anklet is sure to go with everything.
|Round Swarovski Crystal & Bali Bead $30.00 (Anklets)
I made this as a variation of the diamond-shaped vcrystal and bali bead anklet. The look is the same except for the cut of the Swarovski crystal. I used a round Swarovski crystal in place of the diamond shape one. Both anklets have their own unique look.
|Swarovski Crystal & Bali Bead $30.00 (Anklets)
I remember the first time I made an anklet. It was a special request from a customer at a jewelry party. After I made her one, about half a dozen people wanted one. I felt a little like a shoe salesperson fitting these anklets! I combined silver chain with Swarovski crystals and flower bali beads.
|Swarovski Crystal & Filigree $35.00 (Anklets)
I made this anklet as a variation of the diamond-shaped Swarovski crystal and bali bead anklet. I used a my favorite chain, which adds a little bit of a different flavor into the mix.