AJE June Component Of the Month Reveal…

My apologies for posting a little late – things conspired against me somewhat this weekend but here we are at last…

This month our component creator was Jenny Davis-Reazor and she send us all a pair of lovely ceramic charms from this selection – mine being a pair with a flower design in a lovely blood red.

Having had a very hectic month with very little creative time I stuck with the easy option of making a pair of earrings. I love the contrast of the deep red and the milky white on jenny’s charms and I wanted to keep an organic feel to my design so I went straight for my favourite chunky rustic pearls. I also found some faceted garnets which picked up the red nicely. A little wrapping with some bronze wire (I will oxidise these eventually but my LOS is at the bottom of a box somewhere between studios) and voila -nothing fancy but pretty none-the-less.

Many thanks to Jenny for her lovely charms and If you’d like to see what the rest of the team created just use the links below.

Guest artists: 

The AJE Team

Jennifer Cameron –  http://glassaddictions.com/
Jenny Davies-Reazor  –  http://www.jdaviesreazor.com/blog (that would be me)
Susan Kennedy  –  http://www.suebeads.blogspot.com/
Linda Landig –   http://www.lindasbeadblog.com/
Melissa Meman   –  http://melissameman.blogspot.com/
Rebekah Payne  –  http://www.treewingsstudio.com/
Jo Tinley  –   http://daisychaindesignsjewellery.blogspot.com/
Lesley Watt  –   http://thegossipinggoddess.blogspot.com/
Francesca Watson  – http://www.francescawatson.com
Diana Ptaszynski   – http://www.vintagebluestudio.typepad.com/
Kristi Bowman –  http://dreamsomedesigns.blogspot.com
Kristen Stevens  – http://kristen-beadjourney.blogspot.com/


6 thoughts on “AJE June Component Of the Month Reveal…

  1. Lovely. Infinitely wearable. I like the smooth pearl, the faceted garnet and the more crusty surface of the clay. A trio of textures.

    And my hats off to you for creating during renovations. Wow. Thanks for participating!!!

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