Aaaaand another month has gone by, and it's time for the July Component of the Month challenge. This month, Lesley Watt provided us with these awesome summery ammonite pendants to work with! You can get some great ammonite items and more in her Thea Elements shop on etsy.
tutorial that she posted here. I ordered a bunch of beads I thought would match, I had s-lon cord that was great, and I ordered the chain you'll see below as well. But it just wasn't working for me, so I got out my beads and started trying to come up with another design.
I got to work, and made this - not happy with it at all.
I liked it a lot, but the tube beads were too thin and I strung it too tight. So I took it apart (again...) and made this:
Aaaaand I think I'm finally happy with it. I wish I had these large tube beads (titanium hematite) in a slightly darker color but this size, but they do pick up the colors in the red creek jasper, so I think I'm good now!!!! Tell me, do you made and unmake and remake the way I did? I'm not the only one?
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