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October Art Elements Theme Challenge - Petroglyphs

I'm afraid I just didn't have the time to participate in last months theme, which was faerie. This month the theme is petroglyphs hosted by Karen Totten. Since I'm spending 10 days in Iceland this month, I really didn't get to spend any extended amount of time on the theme, but I did find these AWESOME petroglyph earring charms by Jill of Foxpaws on etsy! I highly recommend checking out her shop - every package you get is a gift in itself - TRUST ME!

SO here are the earrings I made!



I hope you also visit all the other participants! I'm sure there will be some awesome creations!

Art Elements Team:
Lesley Watt: http://www.lesleywatt.com

Jenny Davies-Reazor: https://jdaviesreazor.com
Cathy Spivey Mendola: http://cmendola.blogspot.com
Sue Kennedy: http://www.suebeads.blogspot.com
Caroline Dewison: http://www.blueberribeads.co.uk
Laney Mead: https://laney-mead.blogspot.com/
Marsha Neal Minutella: http://blog.marshanealstudio.com
Claire Fabian: https://saraccino.blogspot.com


Comments

Jill said…
Gorgeous earrings
I am happy that you were able to participate this month. I love Fox Paws components - and your earrings are perfectly balanced - that red pop with the blue - SO cool!
Laney said…
ooo those drops really are awesome and so shiny!! love the ear rings and soooo jealous of your Icelandic trip :)
CraftyHope said…
Jill's elements definitely have that petroglyph feel to them. I love the way you simply accented them to create a pair of really stunning earrings. Beautiful.
Alison Adorns said…
Cute earrings. They definitely look like Petroglyphs. ❤️
Caroline said…
Your earrings are really striking with the red beads... they're the perfect match for those gorgeous components.
Such fabulous earrings!! I would wear these a LOT. I just love Fox Paw's beads & components.
Glad you had a chance to join in even though you've been globe trotting like me.

Saraccino said…
Wonderful earrings and the colour combination is great! The colours remind me of summer (yes, I am already missing summer and dreading the next months of cold and darkness)!
baymoondesign said…
I can see why you recommend Fox Paw. She has great beads. I love the colors in your earrings--my favorite combinations,
Tammy Adams said…
Beautiful earring design. I love how you pulled the bits of red up with the accent beads.
Karen Totten said…
Lovely earrings - thanks for joining in!
Jenny said…
You nailed it - totally true to the theme! Gorgeous.
Those drops are awesome, love the colors and the design!! Going to check out Foxpaws. Your bead choice is a perfect match too. Iceland looks like a beautiful country (saw Instagram), what a voyage.
Alysen
Lesley said…
Those charms are lovely and you turned then into beautiful earrings.
Sarajo Wentling said…
Sorry to be hopping so very late. Life happens. I LOVE those earrings! Just beautiful. I've got to check out her shop.

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