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About this design:

These were inspired by a book by Sharilyn miller.I started out making a choker, and ended up making earrings. They make a nice clanking noise when I move. I love it when my earrings make a little noise!


blue glass rounds, pearls, yellow lentil beads, light blue crystals, copper blanks, 26 gauge wire, 20(?) gauge wire,

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  1. Crazy Beader
    Crazy Beader says:

    These have a very organic feeling to them – - and I agree that earrings should move and maybe make a little noise, too !

  2. puppychick  labratbecky
    puppychick labratbecky says:

    Awesome!!! and me, too, about the noise! :)

  3. Granny Nancy
    Granny Nancy says:

    Me three…. :) I love clunky earrings now. When I wore things I liked when I was yough, I was assumed to be strange, now that I’m old, I’m eccentric. I like eccentric. ;)

  4. Bettys Beads
    Bettys Beads says:

    Me four… :) Nancy now that we are of a ‘certain age’ we are expected to be eccentric. I too like eccentric.

  5. Asia
    Asia says:

    Eccentric is good, Great design miss e :D

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    BeadWitchedSara D says:

    Those earrings do look as though they were created in ancient times. Interesting combination of blues and creamy white pearls and little yellow bead. Makes me think of a small piece of sunshine popping out from those ancient times, connecting us from then to now. Cool!!

  7. miss e
    miss e says:

    Thank you!
    I definitely like jewelry that’s a bit eccentric, or a bit tribal or exotic!

  8. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    Wonderful antique look. Love ‘em! :)

    What’s not to like about jewelry that is eccentric, tribal and/or exotic? It’s lots of fun to wear as well as fun to make. :D

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