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Selfmade DD jewelery...

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Alphakitty

You need 20 posts in order to put pictures in. The jewelry looks nice, I especially like the 3rd one--reminds me of Cleopatra!


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Lennard
You need 20 posts in order to put pictures in. The jewelry looks nice, I especially like the 3rd one--reminds me of Cleopatra!

 

Already thought that while I read the rules, but I wasn't sure, thank you... ^^

 

Those Cleopatra neclaces were what I had in mind while doing the last one, it's made from 119 single glaspearls, always kept counting them the whole time, because I was frightened of mistakes... x,x

It looks better on a more flat bust, making it up to lie like this took me a long time...

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PlasticFantastic

Those are really neat! Beadwork is something we don't see a whole lot of here and it's definitely a nice change! Can't wait to see more~


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baldylox

Very cool! I like this one a lot:

 

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I hope you decide to make more of these, they're nice.

 

 

Billy


I gave up counting the girls I own, they keep multiplying and won't stop.

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southernbelleincali

I really like the first one. I love making jewelry for my girls.

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Rena Sanverse

Those pieces are amazing. I wish I had the coordination to work with such small objects. Your jewelry looks great. I love the color schemes you choose in your pieces too.

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Nikn

Very nice and fancy. I love how tiny jewellery looks. And yours are pretty nice :3

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valleygg

They are al, extremely beautiful, may give it a go for my girl!

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Wayfinder

I think you did very nicely, even though the quality of the photos themselves makes it difficult to see more detail than that. The second one (three red gem-beads) is my favourite because it strikes a balance between simple and bold with just enough extra complexity from the hanging strands either side of the main piece (I assume there are technical terms for these but I don't know 'em) to balance it out and make it look stylish instead of tacky.

 

Not so keen on the third one (many yellow strands), seems too busy and frantic to my eyes but it's probably a matter of pairing it with the right things.

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muzzimitsu

Oh the red Necklace is so cute, I am excited which way it will continue.

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AnelirSensei

Oh wow, nice details! Good job on making large style necklaces into nice small ones for dolls, that can be kind of a challenge.

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SnailFever

These are very nice! It can be easy for doll jewelry to look bulky, but these are nice and elegant and sleek. Nice work!

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On 4/3/2012 at 5:42 PM, Lennard said:

I always wanted to do doll jewelery, and finally got the right moment to do it, so here is the first outcome:

 

http://www.niinii.de/upfiles/niinii133348830392.jpg

http://www.niinii.de/upfiles/niinii133348832553.jpg

http://www.niinii.de/upfiles/niinii133348834412.jpg

 

(I could not figure out how to post a picture...feel kind of lost)... ._.

I love the second one with the red. really nice there. Sorry for resurrecting an old post. 

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