Saturday, March 2, 2013

Industrial Chic Junque Neckace

 
  
I have collected Industrial Chic charms since they came out, and finally did something with them. I loved the look of these charms and the steampunkish feel they inspire. I used a chain link chain and leather cording which I threaded in and out of the chain links and loaded it all up with everything I had and a few other charms that I have made myself so it would truly be a one of a kind peice.  I would like to know what you think of this peice, not sure what I am going to do with this necklace, but perhaps if I get a feel that is received well, I will place this in my etsy shop for sell.   Thank you for looking and Happy spring!
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7 comments:

artbywendy said...

LOVE IT!!! i JUST LOVE THIS..IT'S SO CREATIVE! I would buy it so you should make more! :O)

Linda said...

This is an amazing necklace and I think you should put it in your ETSY store. You put a lot of hard work into this piece. I love it ...It looks to me that it is centered around time.
I am totally obsessed with time. I hope you make more.

Createology said...



This is something I really enjoy. How heavy is it is the only question I would have (stress neck pain?). Fabulous creation. Creative Hearts are Happy Hearts...

Theresa said...

I TOO have been collecting these crazy charms! I just love the look and the feel of them. I don't think I would put it for sale! I think I would WEAR IT!!! It is gorgeous!

Bead and Needle said...

Well, this ROCKS! LOVE charm necklaces...this might be the mother of them all! Happy Sunday - Tanya

Donna Heber said...

Hi Debbie,

Wonderful use of those charms! I haven't worn my charm bracelet in years. Perhaps it is time to repurpose it.

A Magical Whimsy said...

This is an amazing necklace. I just saw on someone's blog, who used a large, empty wooden spool and threaded wire and ribbons through the spool hole so and dangled them with charms, fabric with words, and all sorts of fantastic dangling mixed media stuff!
I can't remember whose blog it was but I was as impressed with what they did as what you did with all of these awesome embellishments.