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Topic: My Little Pony beaded necklaces  (Read 951 times)
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« on: September 03, 2007 03:31:06 AM »

I posted just the finished pendants for these over in the general completed jewelry section, but now that I've actually made them into beaded necklaces, I think they had to move over here.

I made the pendants myself using some My Little Pony stickers, and made the necklaces because there isn't enough "grownup" pony jewelry out there.  Everything is like plastic birthday party stuff, although there is a 24k gold -plated- charm bracelet that sells for $150, which is RIDICULOUS!  No thanks, I'll make my own pony jewelry for a couple bucks.

These all range between 18" and 22", so they're a little longer than chokers but they're not super long.

  Daisy May, pegasus
  Rarity, unicorn
  Rainbow Dash
  Silver Glow, pegasus
  Star Swirl
  Pinkie Pie
  Rainbow Dash
  Thistle Whistle, pegasus
  Star Catcher, pegasus
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« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2007 06:33:02 AM »

Very cute, I'd love to see one on to see how long they are.
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