27
Sep
09

Jewelry (De)Construction


Glamourai is my favorite. She is a goddess.


http://theglamourai.blogspot.com/
And she does work with jewelry where she will get old pieces, take them apart, and then put them back together with ribbons and awesomeness.

So I decided to do that. I have some ideas and bits of pieces that I will upload when I put them together. In the meantime, here is some stuff my mom found for me today that I will eventually make into something else or something.



I wore the top brooch on my vest today…I know you can’t see it too well but here.

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