Thursday, 2 December 2010

J is for Jewellery (what else?) - Mrs. Jenny Matlock's Alphabe-Thursday - J



J is for Jewellery. I'm linking up with Mrs. Jenny Matlock's Alphabe-Thursday, the letter J. Here are some of the latest pieces of stretch-jewellery that are listed or that will be listed in my Etsy shop 'parltradet': Lets start with some purple bracelets:

Photos & Designs Copyright Christina Wigren 2010


Photos & Designs Copyright Christina Wigren 2010



This purple and green stretch bracelet is inspired by elderberries. One of Erik's teachers bought two. But since she is such a strong and athletic woman, I made them slightly larger to fit her wrists. Something to think about if you ever order. Check the size. I can make ajustments.

Photos & Designs Copyright Christina Wigren 2010



Why not wear several bracelets? I give a discount if you buy several at the same time. Get together with friends or relatives and make the same order. You save on shippings costs and get a reduced price. All of these colours and even more designs should be soon available in my Etsy shop 'parltradet'.

Photos & Designs Copyright Christina Wigren 2010


Here are some cool blues: cobalt blue.

Photos & Designs Copyright Christina Wigren 2010


Light true blue.

Photos & Designs Copyright Christina Wigren 2010


Or something firey to warm you in winter?

Photos & Designs Copyright Christina Wigren 2010




Or bright red for Christmas?

Photos & Designs Copyright Christina Wigren 2010



I had a dream about tiny green olives and thought that they would make a spicey bracelet! So I woke up and made this one:

Photos & Designs Copyright Christina Wigren 2010


I hope that December will be a good month for everyone who visits my J-post today. Don't let poor health, bad weather or lack of cash get you down. Remember what Advent and Christmas are really about. It's not about shopping for Christmas presents (even if this can be fun). It's about a family who couldn't get a room in an inn and a newborn baby that changed the world. It's about how we treat each other. It's about love in its purest form.

Peace & Blessings!
Anna

P.S.
As an extra Thank You for reading this post, you may get a 10% discount on any item in my Etsy shop parltradet if you use the code SPIN20 when you check out.

First Commenter:
H of Little Sealed Packages



Second Commenter:
Gattina of Writer Cramps



Third Commenter:
Judie of Rogue Artists



To visit other posts about the letter J please go to this site or click on the image below:

Jenny Matlock

19 Comments:

H said...

I do love the bracelets. I enjoy wearing either one simple one or lots at once. I like your spicy olive-inspired bracelet :)

Gattina said...

I like these bracelets, I have quiet a few but with semi precious stones, or colored perls.

Judie said...

We have our annual Guild show this weekend, and there will be lots of beautiful jewelry. I'll try to get some pictures, so you can see what our Guild jewelers make.

taylorsoutback said...

The colors in the image featuring many bracelets just sings...wish I had a long enough arm to wear them all!

House Revivals said...

Beautiful bracelets. My mother used to make lots of bracelets, and my daughter and I have several that we treasure.

Sue said...

I've missed seeing pictures of your jewelry.

Very nice!

=)

Vishal Dharamdas said...

Brilliant pictures and of course that is some pretty jewellery :-)
Inspiring Stories

fredamans said...

I love jewellery! Fantastic choice for the theme! Thanks for stopping at my blog today!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

I love how you snuck in the other colors. I thought burgandy was going to be the theme through out the post.

Ann said...

Very pretty all of them. I like the picture with all the bracelets together, it looks like a rainbow :)

Rebecca said...

I like the green olive one the best!
Just wondering, do you ever make stretchy rhinestone bracelets?

razzamadazzle said...

Those are great! I just love that first purple one.

Teresa

RedTedArt said...

Oh wow these are very pretty, so many different colours! I wouldn't be able to choose just one!!! ;-)

Visiting via Alphabet Thursday

Maggy

Su-sieee! Mac said...

The olive and red bracelet makes me think of martinis. :-)

Beautiful work, Anna!
Peace and Joy,
Su-sieee! Mac
J is for Joy of Christmas

Lin said...

Those are VERY cute, Anna! I'll bet you could wear a bunch of those on your wrist. :)

Splendid Little Stars said...

pretty, pretty!

Jo said...

very pretty Anna ... i love the photo of all of the bracelets together! very pretty!

Duni said...

Your bracelets are so bright and cheery. I like the delicate pink one in the first photo :)

Thank you for your kind comment on my blog the other day! I do appreciate it.

take care,

Duni

Jenny said...

Anna! These are gorgeous. I want to use some of these in a Holiday giveaway I'm doing next week. We need to chat about which would be best for that application...e-mail me if you get a second, OK?

I was enchanted by the rainbow of bracelets you displayed.

Thank you for the joyous display of color and talent today.

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