I'm really trying to train myself to take pictures BEFORE I pack up for a show. Once I get out there it's sometimes too dark, too busy, or too late for picture taking. I sold the 4 watch necklaces at the antique show in Lodi last weekend, so I'm glad I got pictures...maybe I'm learning.
The backs of the watches pop out so that you can put your own picture inside. I've been filling them with sheet music or pictures from a really fun book I picked up at a local thrift shop for $1.00. The book is called A Pictorial History of the American Theater, 1860-1980.
I added a little rhinestone to the silver necklace on the left because the glass was missing and it needed a little something extra.
The chain and flowers were salvaged from a broken necklace. The pendant is made from filigrees and 2 old buttons.
I used some vintage rosary parts, old chain, filigree, and 3 vintage buttons
for this necklace.
Now I need to get the pictures from last week's jewelry making marathon out of my camera. I hope I can share those later this week.