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Secret Santas at AJE!

Back in December, all of us at AJE got together and facilitated by Lesley Watt, did a Secret Santa exchange!  It was fun - we only knew who we were sending to (of course) but not who was sending to us!  My partner to send to was Jennifer Cameron!  Here's what I sent her:

 I knew she liked the beaded beads because she traded with me at Bead Fest for beaded beads! 
 I also knew she liked the ornaments I made this year because she commented on a photo I shared - this is my ornament of the year for the Sally Russick Ornament Swap.
 I also wanted to send her a surprise so I made these earrings from a tutorial that I got from Around The Beading Table.

And these amazing earrings were what I received from Francesca Watson.  Even before I knew her at AJE, my boyfriend had purchased earrings from her etsy store for me (at my hint lol).  AND I actually won an amazing prong set necklace she had as a giveaway on her blog.  So I am no stranger to Francesca's work.
I love the color of the stones and the bezel settings are perfect - of course!  You can find Francesca's work here.

Thanks for stopping by!

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