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11  Red Queen Inspired Loaded Charm Bracelet- pic heavy in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by lady_sepulchre on: March 25, 2010 09:12:33 PM
So today I took a break from crafting for the favorite color swap (and from studying!) to make this charm bracelet. Some of the charms reminded me of the Queen of hearts, so there are a lot of hearts on the bracelet. There is also a crown, because what is a queen without a crown? A spider, just because. a small pair of scissors as my homage or lament for the Hatter having to design hats for the red queen in the new movie, a red rose, a white rose ( representing the opposing queens. the white one is much smaller but perhaps that is because her ego isnt as big as the red queens?), a birdie charm, glass leaves, bone beads, a small metal charm that says "thrive", and various other pretties.

the photos of this bracelet were incredibly hard to get right for some reason, so excuse the blurriness. they do not do the bracelet justice.

above is a really cool charm i found that just matched the color scheme, plus i just love plaid!

the crown, red rose and birdie



Thanks for looking!
This bracelet is up for personal swap especially for handspun yarn just pm me if you are interested:)

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12  Pooh Quilted Baby Changing Pad in Quilting: Completed Projects by lady_sepulchre on: March 22, 2010 08:10:04 PM
I made this changing pad for my friend who just delivered her baby two months early. Guess its good that I started making things early too! The green fabric is sparkly and is also used for the binding and the backing. Sorry for the lack of quality on the photos, I used my cell camera to take them.
 


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13  Snow Flower Earrings in Beads: Completed Projects by lady_sepulchre on: March 19, 2010 06:02:06 PM
These are a style of flower earrings that I make. I was asked to post pictures of them so here they are:) They are simple, but this color combination is one of my personal favorites, although most people prefer them in pinks and reds or blue and gold. I do a version of them I call forget me nots because that is the Alaska state flower. Comments and Criticisms are welcome Smiley
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14  Wearing O' The Green St. Patty's Loaded Charm Bracelet in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by lady_sepulchre on: March 15, 2010 10:08:30 PM
Since Saint Patrick's day is a big deal around my Irish household it is one of my favorite holidays. I decided to make this bracelet with that in mind. There are little green shamrock beads on it, along with adventurine, australian jade, malachite, and amethyst. The bronze charms have waxing and waning moons on them and some have sayings such as "dream" and "wish for the moon". The moon is a celtic symbol for the goddess and the feminine. I cant wait for another loaded charm bracelet swap to come around! Hope you like it, comments and criticisms are welcome.



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15  Beaded Suncatcher Ornaments in Beads: Completed Projects by lady_sepulchre on: March 09, 2010 03:11:39 PM
These are little mini versions of suncatchers that I do around the holidays. They are meant to be hung up so the pictures arent the best.  let me know what you think!




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16  Neck-"Lace" in Beads: Completed Projects by lady_sepulchre on: March 09, 2010 02:55:09 PM
This is my first upload of some of my projects. These are necklaces that are done using a variation of the Commanche weave. The style was popular in the 1970's, except at that time they were usually larger and more like a collar. I can write a tutorial or give suggestions if anyone likes. Hope you guys like them!





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