this is the new necklace that i made for myself:
a luna moth, which symbolizes transformation, naturally, but also soaring through the darkness. they fly at night, they embrace the blackness. and, for their brief passionate lives, they thrive. another important thing to note is that they, like all of their moth brethren, are inexplicably drawn towards the light, against all odds, right?,
with amazing spectrolite, smoky quartz, and faceted chalcedony
the little circles around the edges are actually the holes that i punched out when i made ian felice's finger picks.
a pmc heart dangles from the back.
and these are the pieces that i made today.
a new grace ring,
with a fabulous chrysoprase triangle
there's a little scalloped backplate and i ruffled the edges, ever so slightly.
a new "resolve" necklace,
with a beautiful rose cut labradorite.
the blue flash is amazing!
this is the "connect" ring,
with a pavilion cut peruvian opal
peruvian opal is said to help foster connection between people who are meant to connect.
the color is creamy and glorious.
and a little flower stack,
in periwinkle and gold
so, we did not go camping this weekend; it was very cold and extremely windy. spring in southwest colorado. instead we had a nice weekend at home. yesterday we went to trimble hot springs in durango and today we went and saw a 3-D movie.
i'm off to salt lake and denver tomorrow. i can't wait!