Sunday, July 24, 2011

Inspired by Nature: Forest Floor Challenge

This challenge is 
sponsored by Heather Powers at Humblebeads.  
Go HERE to see the rest of the entries.
Here are some shots of my finished entry I took this morning.
I just like the odd angle of this one and how the background blurred.
Close up of the center pieces of the bib necklace

One of several copper clasps with patina  I purchased from Melinda Orr at ORRTEC on Etsy
Full on view of the neclace. Blends right into this little forest on my pool wall.
The left side of the necklace- here you can see my wood bead and tassels at the top
near where I joined the interesting copper cage chain. 
Free motion stitched lining on back of necklace and hand couching of yarn and specialty threads.
This one will join my bib necklace series for all seasons as an autumn piece.

That's all for now!! Enjoy the rest of your Sunday. I will be back for Bead Table Wednesday on Wednesday of course!


  1. You really capture the richness of the Southwest in your photos and creations. Great interpretation of the forest floor.

  2. You are amazing, Miss Heather! I hardly can tell where the jewelry leaves off and the real forest floor begins!
    Enjoy the day.

  3. What a wonderful necklace...

    Thanks for the lovely comment on the dust devils.


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