|Pearl & Rhinestone Rondel from $70.00 (Tin Cup Necklaces)
This is one of my most popular necklaces. The design is simple enough - two pearls surround a rhinestone rondel. I've seen this worn with jeans, as well as evening attire. Nancy O'Dell (from Access Hollywood) saw the bracelet that goes with this on a friend of mine and she ended up with the matched set!
|Swarovski Vitriol Crystal & Rhinestone Spacer $135.00 (Multi-Strand Necklaces)
My friend inspired me because she needed something to go with a dress. Her instructions were simple - make a choker that, unlike a bridesmaid's dress, could be worn again. I used my favorite 4 mm diamond shaped Swarovski vitriol crystal and incorporated the rhinestone spacer and finished it off with a double-strand box-shaped clasp.
|Wire-Wrapped Pearl with Rhinestone Rondel $155.00 (Multi-Strand Necklaces)
This is the very first necklace I ever sold to a store. I saw it on a woman in a restaurant. I introduced myself and confessed that I was the designer. She told me it was her favorite necklace because it can be worn as a two-strand necklace or twisted to add a whole new dimension (more choker-like). The rhinestone rondels give the pearls a touch of sparkle.
|Clear Quartz $35.00 (Earrings)
This is a delicate semi-precious drop earring. The facets accentuate the stone and add a bit of sparkle. These can be worn as an everyday earring or for that special night out.
|CZ Pendant $30.00 (Earrings)
I put these cubic zirconia pendants on a eurowire when I couldn't find my diamond earrings. I fell in love with the look and kept them in my personal collection.