I received this jumble of shells which used to be a stretch bracelet and the owner gave me free rein to create anything I wanted. So I ended up creating a necklace and matching earrings.
I first started by pulling some beads to compliment the shells. I decided to keep the pieces very neutral since the owner didn't give me any direction.
I know I wanted the shells to be the focal point and everything else to compliment it. That's why I went with black coco pukalet flat disc beads and dark brown wood beads. Simple and neutral yet earthy.
I then pulled everything I needed to make the necklace portion of the custom order. Crimp beads, wire and findings.
I first added the crimp bead and the jump ring to the wire. Once that was secure I begin beading on two dark brown wood beads and then one coco pukalet bead and three shells. I did that until I used up all the shell beads.
I secured it with another crimp bead and added a jump ring. It came out beautifully.
Since I wanted the shells to be the focal point of the necklace I decided to add leather to finish off the piece.
I then added a extension chain so it can be adjustable and a lobster clasp.
And the necklace is completed. Definitely a gorgeous sight.
I think she'll love both pieces don't you think.
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