Thursday, April 7, 2011

Make me something one-of-a-kind

About 5 years ago, my mom and sister used to have a hobby that I never really took interest in- jewelry making.  Almost every weekend, they'd go to the store to hunt for unique beads, jewels, and chains to use.  Their specialty was rings.  I've mentioned in a past post that my mom as really into "in your face" jewelry.  Rings was her thing.  So naturally, she would opt to make a bobble ring.  Do excuse the slight bareness of the ring- apparently the little hooks come undone easily.  I enjoy the colours of this one.  Rich turqouoises, royal blue, and emerald green. Basically goes with anything along that colour scheme.  I think it's been 5 years since they made jewelry. Mom, I know you read my posts...I want more jewelry!


 


P.S. This is my 100th blog post! Perhaps I'll do a more extravagant post on my next milestone...and hopefully it won't fall during exam time!

9 comments:

  1. This is really pretty! I love the colours.

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  2. I love that ring! The colors are beautiful!
    Very nice blog and now following!

    http://foodfashionandflow.blogspot.com/

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  3. The ring is positively luscious. This make a great DIY project!

    http://jepeuxtoutfaire.blogspot.com

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  4. That's fabulous! The colors are so great.

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  5. That is a really nice ring! I love the colors. I tried making jewelry a while back but it didn't work out for me. :)

    http://style-love.blogspot.com/

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  6. Tnx for following me Sabrina, I followed you via bloglovin'. I love the ring you got there :)

    Hope to see you around :)

    XoXo

    Venoma

    http://venomafashionfreak.blogspot.com/

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  7. haha maybe they should get back to it!
    the ring is adorable!kind of reminds me of the sea!
    also,congrat's on your 100th post!!

    http://thesartorialdiary.blogspot.com/

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  8. Such a cute ring! It is perfect for Spring.

    Angel

    http://www.fashionablynumb.com

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