Addicted. That pretty much sums my crafting of necklaces. I had to make two more, but they are both quite similar that one might just end up in the shop. Maybe. If I am not too greedy. I have really been loving all the chunky necklaces Anthropologie has of late and I think my desire for some of them gave me a crafting bug to make my own. It satiates the Anthro necklace desire for me. Um… spend $40 on a necklace or make one?!! Easy answer… make one. Much more within my budget.
I really like this one, I wonder if it can be recreated? I guess this will be my project for next week. We shall see (and doing a wee bit of crafting)…
Happy weekend friends! I will still be taking care of my little babe…
23 comments on “at it again”
They are awesome! Love them!
They are so lovely! Can you share where you got those beads? I've been looking for something similar and haven't been able to find anything. Thanks for posting!
I love these! So pretty! I love trying to replicate things that I want but feel like they can be made on the cheap.
I love… I mean LOVE the pink and yellow one you made. Oh PLEASE oh please send it my way. Hehe. I'm greedy. Maybe I should make one!
These are so fun! I love them!
So so cute! Are you using strip of t-shirt there?
I want one! : D are you going to sell those in your store?
The yellowish bead necklace is so cute.
These are great!
I loove that orange/green one 🙂
LOVE these!! are those strips of t-shirts you used? love the texture they create.
just found your blog! I love the orange and green one!
Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com
Love your creations!
These are so pretty! I love how you twisted the beaded sections.
that turned out great! you are so creative. what a wonderful gift! have a loveLee weekend.
Love it, Rubes. Can I call you Rubes? I've always wanted a friend named Ruby that I could call that…
Anyhoo…I'm going to Anthropologie tomorrow and seeing as its 2 hours away is quite an event. But it made me think of you! Hopefully I'll find something pretty!
Wish me luck<3
Your necklaces are tres'jolie!
Those are really cool — I'd be picking out scoop neck and v-neck shirts just so I could wear them!
Took my 15yo daughter to her first Anthro shop yesterday in NYC. She was sad because everything (even the sale stuff) was so expensive. I told her that many bloggers create Anthro-inspired jewelry and clothing and look- here you are today!
Thanks for sharing. I certainly be sharing this with my daughter.
great job, very pretty!!! love the colors!
You're going to end up taking over Bobbie Thomas's job on the Today Show!!! I love these!!!
okay, i'm totally late in commenting but i'm on the road and i have to say of course you can make that revolution necklace! my head can already fathom one and i can't wait to see how you do it. always an inspiration, thank you for sharing!
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