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Renaissance Gal of San Antonio: Don't you just love it when a plan comes together!

Renaissance Gal of San Antonio: Don't you just love it when a plan comes together!

Rusty Turquoise Marquis  ... Ceramic Turquoise and by juliethelen, $28.00

Rusty Turquoise Marquise ... Ceramic, Turquoise and Brass Wire-Wrapped Earrings

Wire Jewelry Free Patterns - Bing Images    Love the combination of polymer clay and wire

Wire Jewelry Free Patterns - Bing Images Love the combination of polymer clay and wire

At First Sight ... Polymer Clay Ceramic Lampwork by juliethelen, $32.00 Another set of earrings featuring my polymer clay beads, love what Julie has done :

At First Sight ... Polymer Clay, Ceramic, Lampwork and Brass Wire-Wrapped Earrings

At First Sight ... Polymer Clay Ceramic Lampwork by juliethelen, $32.00 Another set of earrings featuring my polymer clay beads, love what Julie has done :

Waiting for my Miracle. dangle beaded earrings boho assemblage by beatnheart - Cynthia Wolff

Waiting for my Miracle. dangle beaded earrings boho assemblage

Waiting for my Miracle. dangle beaded earrings boho assemblage by beatnheart - Cynthia Wolff

Antique Skeleton Key Necklace with Guilloche by RevitalizedVintage

Antique Skeleton Key Necklace with Guilloche Heart Locket and Pearl - Genevieve OOAK

Organic Mahogany Pod Tribal Beads and Carnelian - Natural Turquoise Stones - Primitive Natural Fibers Necklace by HollyoftheEarth on Etsy

Organic Mahogany Pod Tribal Beads and Carnelian - Natural Turquoise Stones - Primitive Natural Fibers Necklace

Organic Mahogany Pod Tribal Beads and Carnelian - Natural Turquoise Stones - Primitive Natural Fibers Necklace by HollyoftheEarth on Etsy

I had a number of these teardrop shaped stones (in different colours) and kept returning to them, not entirely sure what to do with them.  When they landed on my bench adjacent to some leaf spirals waiting to be hammered, the parallel in their shapes gave me the solution.  I've made several variants of them.   These are for my 'Credit Cruncher' range with an eye to keeping prices lower.

I had a number of these teardrop shaped stones (in different colours) and kept returning to them, not entirely sure what to do with them. When they landed on my bench adjacent to some leaf spirals waiting to be hammered, the parallel in their shapes gave me the solution. I've made several variants of them. These are for my 'Credit Cruncher' range with an eye to keeping prices lower.

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