Today I thought I would keep it simple with some lovely blue earrings, featuring etched Skyy Vodka bottle beads along with some shiny Bombay Sapphire Gin and Banrock Station wine bottle beads.
I often find myself putting green and blue together, and I love how fresh that looks.
But lately, I have been finding myself putting a lot of green and brown together. And I love how elegant that looks. A really classic combination of colours.
I’ve been having a lot of fun making earrings this week. I like how this combination of beads looks together too. The beads were made from a Hendricks Gin and Skyy Vodka bottle.
I made this pair of earrings for someone else, but I think they would be a pair that I would reach for a lot. Simple, classic, but makes a real statement at the same time!
I was going through some of my earrings hooks today and thought that these two options work really nicely for the flower earrings. A slightly longer option, and a sleeper-style hoop.
The beads in these earrings were made from Tanqueray and Hendricks Gin bottles.
Following on from yesterday’s post, here are some more flower earrings. This time I have made them from a Hendricks Gin, Tanqueray Gin and French Champagne bottles.
I’ve been busy making a bunch of glass flower earrings. This is the blue selection in recycled glass. Flowers made from Skyy Vodka, Bombay Sapphire Gin and Banrock Station wine bottles.
I’m happy to take orders for Christmas now. These earrings can be made with any colour glass.
I was flattered by how popular the square hoop earrings were on Sunday at the markets. I love that style. I find them easy to wear and lightweight…but with a real statement. They look really great, and if you are wearing these earrings, you don’t really need to wear much else in terms of jewellery.
Square hoop earrings were super popular at yesterday’s Goodwood Arthouse Market. I’m making some more pairs ready for Saturday’s market at Murray Bridge.
This pair is made from Green Depression Glass and a Banrock Station wine bottle. Such pretty colours together!
I love trying different ways of making this style of earrings. The gold sparkle on the Coopers Sparkling Ale glass is so pretty and makes a lovely contrast to the plain beads.