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Ornate Golden Necklace

About this design:

Sparkly golden necklace with aqua and pink contrasting colors.


Seed beads 11/0 - LB Toho Gold Lined Rainbow Crystal, Opaque Lustered Lagoon, Lustered Crystal Terra Cotta Lined 8/0 Seed Beads - Silver Lined Translucent Lilac 3 mm LB Czech Fire Polished Crystal Rounds Apollo (Gold) 4 mm Czech Fire Polished Light Metallic Rhubarb 3 mm Smooth Round Pearls - Cocoa 4 mm Czech Druk Pink AB Smooth Round LB 4 mm Leaf Green AB Crystal Faceted Rondelle 6 mm Cream Baroque Glass Pearls LB Tierracast Toggle Clasp 12mm with 18 mm Bar

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  1. Robin nursechick
    Robin nursechick says:

    What a gorgeous necklace. Without zooming in on your pic, it looks like taupe, but when I zoomed in, I saw all those delicious colors: terra cotta, Lagoon, lilac, cocoa, and my favorite “Rhubarb”! not to mention the crystal, gold and cream. And a lovely variety of shapes! Its beautiful!

  2. Crystal Canary
    Crystal Canary says:

    Very luxurious–absolutely stunning! I can’t imagine all the hard work–deciding on the colors, beads, & patterns to use in this gorgeous piece. I like larger sections of bling–ornate was the perfect word to include in the title. This would make anyone feel like royalty when they slip this one on. Beady, you have a gift for working with seeds!

  3. dolllady aka Pam
    dolllady aka Pam says:

    Crystal Canary said it all and much better than I could do today. How long have you been doing this bead stitching? Which stitch is easiest to learn?

  4. K Ralston
    K Ralston says:

    Crystal said just what I was thinking. You are a master of the seed bead work. This is absolutely gorgeous. Of course I would fall in love with it. It’s got mucho bling! I can’t imagine how much time this took or how you can even keep track of all the colors and where you should put them in the piece.

  5. sweetjane
    sweetjane says:

    Wow!! What else can be said! I don’t know how you come up with all these fantastic designs…not to mention all the hard work that goes into them. You know, your pieces look like they could have come out of the pages of a magazine like Beadwork.

  6. kye
    kye says:

    So pretty. Your work is amazing. I’m always impressed with your designs and colors. Beautiful BLE.

  7. Beady Little Eyes
    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Wow. You ladies are so nice. Thank you all so much. This one was fun to do.
    Pam – I started beading a few months before I found Lima Beads. So it’s been about 3 years. None of the stitches are hard after you get the hang of it.
    KR – Yes – keeping track of the colors is hard. I usually write them on a piece of paper before putting them away.

  8. nutkitten
    nutkitten says:

    A scarf necklace? That is so cool!

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