Tuesday, November 22, 2011

More earings!

I have made two new pairs of earings, as always these are customizable to whatever colors you would like!  The first pair is perfect for this fall season with gold and amber beaded wire (with a little bit of wire wrapping to boot) ($8.00) and the second pair of earings is a go-to pair that is multicolored ($8.00) and can be worn with pretty much anything!  I hope you like them!  Like normal for me, these pictures have been taken with my phone...so please be kind.  Hopefully over the holiday weekend I will be able to take some decent pictures of all of the jewelry!  Thanks for looking!

Friday, November 11, 2011

Black and gold...always a classic color combo!

I made these the other night and love them!  They are a gold (non-tarnish) shaped wire and caged black drop earings!  Even the earwires are custom made.  Earings of this type (obviously the colored bead and the earwire color can be customized) can be custom made for $8. 

If you are interested in this or have an idea of a design you would like custom made, please feel free to contact me at sharijcreations@gmail.com.

More, more more!

Below you will see a turquoise, black and silver necklace that has been hand-wired and beaded by yours truly! The necklace has a 3 inch extender on the back for your desired wearing length.  $18

Here are the coordinating earings also hand-wired and beaded.  $8

Hopefully there will be more to come over the weekend for your viewing pleasure! 

Have a fabulous Veteran's Day and stay safe!!

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Busy Busy Weekend

I actually got quite a bit done this weekend!  I worked on a bunch of Christmas presents (even though I am not anywhere near being even half-way finished with my list of things to finish up before Christmas).  I have some new items that I need to post on here, but am too lazy to pull the camera out and take pictures.  Project for Monday, maybe?

I hope you had a great weekend and thanks for stopping by!!

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

T is for Tristen!

Tristen needed a pair of blue and yellow earings for school.  The original design I was working on just wouldn't work.  After many, many unsuccessful attempts (three to be exact) to get the resin technique (a new one I had never done before) to work, I gave up.  So, "T" is for Tristen!