Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Skully Mastery

I get so excited when people send me pictures of what they've created using the pewter elements.

Pam Traub at KlassyJoolz sent me wonderful photos of this spectacular necklace she made.

She described the elements she used as "beautiful pewter skull pendant, matte finish black lampwork beads with real silver, Jena Fulcher black and white animal print lampwork beads, sterling silver bead caps, all wire wrapped in sterling silver, silver plated rollo chain, and handmade sterling silver box clasp with inlayed onyx gemstone" --- and I just ADORE the finished look.

Pam made me feel really special when she shared with me that she gets lots of compliments every time she wears this unique and gorgeous necklace.

I bet she does, don't you???

Pam says, "I purchased your Memento Mori Skull Pendant back in June....And I finally designed a necklace with it...I wanted to share with you what I created. Each time I've worn it I get so many compliments...I love it, too!!!! This necklace is just one of those special pieces."
I was thinking just the other day about the upcoming holiday at the end of October. Wouldn't that skully be great for some thing to wear on October 31?
Thanks, Pam, I love it and appreciate you sharing the results with me, so wonderful.


Spirited Earth said...

very cool piece..love the skully.

LLYYNN - Lynn Davis said...

It's lovely, wish I could wear it! Maybe I should make a skully necklace for myself ... hmmm - in my extra time!

TesoriTrovati said...

Such a great design. And it only took her three months to complete it? Wow. I have to get busy with all the stuff I have of yours, Miss Lynn! I am a hoarder for sure!
Enjoy the day!

Klassy Joolz said...

Thanks Lynn for the wonderful post about my necklace!!! Love "skully" and your fabulous talent!

Smiles, Pam

SueBeads said...

Wow, that's some necklace! Love the skully!

LLYYNN - Lynn Davis said...

Sue, I'm still hoarding the white and silver beads, but maybe they belong with skully too!

Pam, I'm happy you sent me the photos and let me tell the happy tale, thanks.