I have so much trouble forcing myself to do anything if I'm not into it, and as much trouble starting on other projects after I've begun. As a result, it's taking a while to finish them. I really wanted to make this post about them, but I haven't even started piecing the mock together...
I really wanted to post something, so what I have for you all today is just what the title says; my favorite everyday pieces of jewelry from my collection. I shall start from most worn, to least.
Heliotrope has a grey undertone, whereas montana blue has a more greenish teal. It's such an insignificant detail, I don't know why it bothered me.
Another piece meant to be sold at a craft fair, but became part of my collection because it was one of the only pieces that didn't end up selling. Admittedly, this took almost no effort to make and I could see the lack of appeal... but I think that's why I like it, because it's such an understated goth piece; most people hardly notice the skull I placed in there.
Part of the illustrious teeny handful of pieces I actually didn't make. I found this one at Claire's one day while walking about the mall with a friend. It was super pretty and in the clearance bin, so why not? Heh. I also made out with a pair of lacey leggings, and some chandelier earrings from that haul, too.
I made a bunch of these in all sorts of colors for yet another craft fair. These purple ones, and a yellow pair were the only ones that didn't end up selling-- so I kept them, though I'm thinking about selling the yellow since I haven't worn them.
Another piece of store bought jewelry; I bought these while working for Fairweather clothing company. I bought many things while working there... you could say they were paying me half a pay check each week, because the other half went right back to the store, heh.
Ok, so most of my everyday earrings are bought at the store, because I have a tendency to be overly decadent with the things I make... and that collides with my desire for non-dangly earrings for everyday. My younger brother purchased these for me while we were hanging out in China town; I fell head over heels for them, and begged him to give me the cash for them, hehe.
That's that; the pieces I wear more regularly than everything else... at least the ones of note; I usually layer them with plain strands of black acrylic beads.
For the next installment, I'll be showing off the pieces I wear for special/formal occasions.