Ammonite Fossil Necklace Pure Copper Wire Wrapped Pendant
This pendant consists of a rock-hard fossilized Ammonite shell wrapped in pure copper wire and suspended from a soft deerskin cord. The fossil has a beautiful iridescent patina. Ammonites are an extinct group of marine animals. The earliest ammonites appear 419 million years ago, and the last species died out roughly 65 million years ago. Inspired by the spiral shape of their shells, their name is associated with the Egyptian god Ammon who was depicted with ram's horns. Although they…
Leather Cord Slip Knot for Necklaces
Stari Girl Jewelry makes it easy to learn jewelry making. This is simply two square knots. The trick is to tie the knot using only one piece of leather, with...
Cowrie Shell Choker Natural Mermaid Jewelry Adjustable Tie Seashell Necklace Festival Favorite
Cowrie shell choker has a double string design and ties comfortably to your size with decorative dangling shell ends. Shell choker looks great with bikinis at the beach and is also perfect for that bohemian look at festivals! Check Out Our Cowrie Shell Bikini, Barefoot Sandals And Hair Rings!! (See Catalog)
How to Create seashell jewelry with the Dremel 300 multi tool
The Dremel 300 series multi tool is basically a shrunken down version of a power drill. With a tinier drill and several different speeds, this tool can be used to create holes in even the toughest of surfaces.
Trend de acessórios: Choker de Búzios
Notice: Undefined index: p in /home/storage/1/c8/11/horadediva/public_html/wp-content/themes/horadediva/functions.php on line 543 E essa onde de búzios em todos os acessórios, gente? Nos anéis, pulseiras, colarese até nas roupas. Os búzios naturais ou metalizados são um dos ítens fashion do momento. Mesmo estando prestes a
The beach is truly my *happy place* and I have spent many, many hours of my time prowling up and down the stretch of sand in search of the perfect seashells. There are few things that fill me with giddy happiness the way a beautiful shell plucked from the sand does. I recently went to … Read More