Of course, I'm here to share her lovely jewelry with you here today. Introduced to the wonderful (and addictive) world of beading and jewelry design by her daughter, LeAllyson fanices lampwork beads, crystals, Czech glass beads, freshwater pearls and semi-precious stones teamed up with a variety of metals in a rainbow of finishes to create her fresh and feminine designs.
I took a trip over to PlumBeadacious to see what I could see, and picking out just a few favorites to share with you here was truly a tough assignment, since so much of her work appeals to my own somewhat varied personal tastes!
This dainty dangle was an instant hit with me - not only does it feature two of my favorite colors - purple and teal - but I love the vintage inspired detail of this sweet little coppery bow pendant necklace.
Transitioning to a little more modern style, I ran across these beautiful silver drop earrings. I think I'm in a teal mood today, because these shimmery faceted beads seems to be the perfect accent color for the silvery dangles that embrace them! They almost remind me of tiny drops of water falling from a silken threads. Chic, sleek and almost sensuous in the way they curve!
I saved my favorite for last this time. People that have known me for awhile know that I've sort of "adopted" the butterfly as my own personal symbol of hope. Life is full of transitions, and like the butterfly who needs to struggle to escape its chrysalis, the struggles we endure throughout our journey on this plane are necessary for us to achieve all that we were meant to achieve. That being said...butterflies, purple, and teal... what's not to love about this breathtakingly beautiful lanyard?
I'm sure you'll agree that LeAllyson produces some pretty awesome stuff! I hope you'll take the time to look a little closer at these listings as well as the rest of the goodies she offers at PlumBeadacious. And when you're done, stop by and say hi to her at some of the other places you'll find her on the web. You'll find the links below!
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