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What does one do while waiting for snow to melt and Spring to come?

....Make jewelry in springtime colors, that's what!

I made the blue sparkly loops with paper, rubber stamps, crafting pigment, and high quality jewelry resin. The backing for the loops is a galvanized flat washers from Home Depot! Who could guess, eh?

And that's what THIS girl does in a hardware store...look for items she can turn into baubles and bling!


Angie Williams said…
Those are just amazing!! I made several washer necklaces before but never thought about earrings! I will have to branch out for sure. These are amazing!
Pam said…
Glad you are using your winter productively! I can't BELIEVE you made those loops from a washer - WOW! So beautiful!

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