Friday, December 11, 2009

Our Lady of Guadalupe Necklace

I am so excited to announce my new line of necklaces! In honor of the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, I made four different versions of Guadalupe Necklaces. The necklaces are made of the same Guadalupe bead that I make for my rosaries, but I made it bigger. I wire-wrapped the pendant and made a funky couple of swirls on the bottom of Our Lady's Dress. Our Lady of Guadalupe is so colorful that I had many choices for complimenting strands of beads. My favorite is the multicolored strand with the extra string of turquoise beads. It's so cool looking, I definitely have to make one for myself when I get some more beads. I had so much fun making these necklaces, I feel guilty for selling them!

The only thing is that I only have the four available right now. I used more glass bead than I thought I would, and ran out! When I get more in stock, after Christmas, I will have them available again.


prayer bedes said...

Sarah, this is beautiful! It is so fun to see the completed clay bead that you documented step by step in process on your blog. I have never worked with polymer clear, so the long process of making the bead and seeing it evolve was particularly enlightening. =)

Rosaries by Speziale said...

Don't forget to add a link to your store with this. That way people can find it easier. :)