|Natural Freshwater Pearl Earrings by Bay Moon Design|
These are natural freshwater pearls are another great choice for a natural material to use in an interpretation of this beauty found in nature. Beautiful freshwater brown coin pearls are combined with brown spike pearls. These special pearl earrings have sterling ear wires that I made. These earrings are available for purchase HERE.
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I would not of thought to use pearls...but yours really work...just lovely! And the orange agate and pairing it with the copper another great choice!ReplyDelete
Isn't orange a fun color to play with? I love orange agate stones; that firey color is gorgeous. Pretty earrings inspired by a magical place!ReplyDelete
I can just imagine those agate earrings glowing in the light when worn and I love how you have picked out the natural elements for this challenge. Lovely earrings...xxReplyDelete
I love the earthy palette of those natural beads (love the keishi pearls! Great texture on those!). I like how different they are but that they both represent the canyon so well! Thank you for participating in the Earrings Everyday We're All Ears challenge. Check back on the blog on September 4th for the next inspiration! Enjoy the day! ErinReplyDelete
Beautiful earrings. The beads are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Your earrings are beautiful, I love that you used pearls, their organic texture reflects the texture of the rock so well.ReplyDelete
Like Terri, the inspiration photo wouldn't have inspired me to open my pearl drawer, but I adore those earrings, and they're simply, completely, perfect!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I too wouldn't have thought to use pearls...excellent choice! And the agate ones really shine like the canyon!ReplyDelete
I love pearls and I try to use them in a new and different way. KathyDelete
I like how your stacks of irregular shaped beads mimics the shapes in the canyon walls. Very nice.ReplyDelete
Beautiful earrings! Love the beads you used -- perfect for the challenge.ReplyDelete
A great take on the challenge. One pair highlighted the sunlit stones and the other focused on the darkest shadows.ReplyDelete