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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Medieval-fantasy necklace pendants

Well, this weekend I took a little break from the macabre with my Victorian planchettes, when I found myself inspired to make these new medieval-themed necklace pendants. I was listening to some beautiful instrumental music while browsing Pinterest and suddenly, I had to do this. :D

I'm really loving these and honestly don't want to get rid of them, lol! I just keep telling myself that I can always make myself another one later on if I still really want it. :D

Each of these is currently available for sale in my Etsy shop:

Each of these pendants is handcrafted from polymer clay. They each feature various iridescent glass bubble-like beads.  The Seahorse and Unicorn pendants are decorated with genuine freshwater pearls.

This design features 2 Dryad lovers embracing and kissing. I love this design, it's so sweet and beautiful. :)

I'm in LOVE with the angle of this shot, turned out Beautifully!!!    I used a metal tree-branch connector for the top of this pendant and really like the effect.  I've always used them in a set of 2 but using just the one, has a really impactful effect. :D

This Red Unicorn pendant turned out soo beautifully! I think I was channeling the medieval Unicorn Tapestries when I was creating this one. :D   I feel like the red of the unicorn really POPS against the golden teal of the background. :)

If you like mermaids, this one is definitely up your alley. :)  I've been itching to include some of my freshwater pearls in a piece and this was the perfect opportunity.   The background of this piece was supposed to be a pearly white, but somehow turned out looking a bit more 'Mother of Pearl', but I really really like the effect. :)

Now this one isn't offered in my Etsy shop. This one is just for me. It's a small piece on a very thin and delicate silver chain.  I'd been thinking about creating something like this for myself for a few days before I finally sat and just did it.   I was originally just planning to create the crescent moon, but I had this Goddess charm sitting around and it was a perfect match. :D

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