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Earthy Peace Out Necklace

I have been dabbling with some jewelry creations lately and love the beaded creations I finished recently.

I have noticed that I naturally lean towards earthy colors like greens, browns, yellow ochre, and bone. Not only with jewelry, but I also see the same combinations in the colors I choose for furnishings and painting, my clothes, and even the paper arts I create.

I especially love the ceramic peace bead that I purchased from BeadFreaky (HERE). I love ceramic beads and her selection is earthy and mother goddess and celestial. Just great.

Anyway, the picture is a collection of beaded necklaces and beads and brass chain I created over the coarse of a weekend. Being inspired, I kept all my stuff out in hopes of having time to create several more.


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