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Topic: Twilight Jewelry - bracelet, earrings, necklace  (Read 904 times)
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« on: January 27, 2010 10:03:31 AM »

I made these for a classmate of mine who´s birthday is in February... don´t know whether she´ll ever wear it, but she is a Twilight fan like me, so I hope at least she´ll like the idea.
I´m pretty proud that I managed to make all of this without buying anything except the nailpolish with which I coated the pieces.

First up is a bracelet... well, I just noticed I ruined the picture on which you could see the whole, so I´ll just start with close-ups of the charms.

Edward´s heart (no diamond, unfortunately. Cheesy Only a recycled earring.) and chesspieces (from a little magnetic chess set nobody needed) to represent Breaking Dawn, my personal favorite of the books (unless Midnight Sun comes out officially... that might be though competition).

a seashell with feather representing Isle Esme and a little flower for the meadow

and my little wolf... I mean, Jacob´s wolf. Pity you can´t really see it properly, I was so proud of how it turned out.

Then, there´s the earrings:

The cover of New Moon and an ornamented "Be safe" on the other side - they are both painted on either side.

Last but not least, the necklace:

an apple, Edward´s piano and Bella´s truck

Heart, chess pieces, flower and seashell I already had around the house, the other charms and the earrings were made from cork and painted (except for the wolf) with acrylic paint. To make them shine a little and prevent the paint from chipping, I coated them with clear nailpolish afterwards.
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« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2010 10:07:20 AM »

I can't see any of the pictures, unfortunately Cry

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« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2010 10:07:57 AM »

sorry for that... I just readjusted the post.
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