Specialty beads: beach stones and photobeads

April 14, 2009 at 22:15 2 comments

Shelly from A Stone’s Throw makes original jewellery with beach stones which she collects on Cape Cod.

Beach stone jewellery by Shelly

Beach stone jewellery by Shelly

Her other specialty are necklaces called NeckWreaths. They are crocheted from fine gauge sterling silver wire and then “woven” together with her secret sewing technique! They close with sturdy “mag lok” TM magnetic clasps which are embedded in her handmade polymer clay cones.

A NeckWreath with photobeads

A NeckWreath with photobeads

The wreaths are adjustable in length from 16-18″ long. They incorporate new beads, like the photobeads, vintage beads as well as resin and semi precious stones and pearls.

Another NeckWreath with photobeads

Another NeckWreath with photobeads

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. lori  |  April 15, 2009 at 02:39

    I’ve always wanted to collect my own beach stones and glass. I guess it would help if I lived near a beach. :9

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  • 2. jenny  |  April 17, 2009 at 09:56

    wow, these are fab, really great pieces!

    Reply

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