Monday, September 7, 2009

My pebbles and wood collection

On holiday in France I made lots of felted pebbles, while the kids where playing in the swimming pool, I enjoyed playing with the water and olive soap and rolling and pushing the wool roving to little pebbles.
Back home I dived into my bead treasuries and tried to make nice mixes of colors and materials.
I have the feeling these necklaces are a perfect winter accessory, because of the using of felted wool.
These are some of the necklaces I made; they are well liked as some of them are already sold!
I must say it's hard to part with them, cause I like them all, they are so very me!

I am nearly out of stock of the pebbles (made in France), but some new wool roving lays already waiting...
Maybe a relaxing job to do while sitting in my little garden and enjoying the very last summer sunrays!

Click on the pictures to go to my shop! They will all be listed soon!



Forest fruit




Gold and clouds necklace

Olives and Berries
Lavender dream necklace


Forest fruit necklace

River wood Necklace


Sweet Fruits necklace



10 comments:

vadjutka said...

very yummy necklaces - all of them are like fruits :-)

ctprezzia said...

necklaces are so pretty! I'll have to show my friend as she felts also. :)
Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog!

LeelaBijou said...

gorgeous work!

alteaperle said...

I love the way you match the colors, all your work is so bright!

St├ęphanie Kilgast said...

I'm not very fond of necklaces but I love felt and your designs are really gorgeous :)

X by Leina Neima said...

:) Absolutely stunning collection!

Meltem said...

Very beautiful necklaces, colors are gorgeous! I love felt jewelry!

karuski said...

I love your color & material combinations!

(I've got a special thank you on my blog! *wink, wink)

karlita said...

beautiful necklaces!!

Kosmika said...

Necklaces are gorgeous! so inspiring, your colour choices and material blends are always interesting, i love them :)
Now i'm going to make may first felt pebbles/beads with some wool i've bought at heartsfohaiti shop... It's the first time, so wish me good luck!