"Fireworks at dark" within "Bead and Wire Jewelry Exposed"
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Above, the version's in the book. It is a Fall color palette with splashes of vibrant fuchsias and purples.
The picture above is the version on my kit - a brightest and sunny color palette. I designed this necklace for Beadalon® and my goal was to spotlights the colored stringing wires, showing how it will enhance the fabulous cuts n the surfaces of Crystallized™ components. The design was improved after all because I have realized that I did not need so may crimp beads to keep the crystals in place. After guiding a workshop for Crystallized™ , one of my students told me that the crimps above the neckline (velour tubing) was poking her neck so I covered them using round bead covers. Many times I create pieces looking for the design element first and wear ability comes after - sometimes I found out by myself and other times customers or students give a feed back. There is always room for improvements.
Valentino is perfect.
I am not!
"Exposed" was co- authored with fellow designers Katie Hacker and Margot Potter. I am sure that within those pages you will find inspiration to create your own jewelry.
PS. To my first 4 followers: You all are into this drawing.