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Turquoise Summer Jewelry Set

Turquoise Summer Jewelry Set – Have you ever found the perfect centerpiece but it was the wrong color?  Of course this happened to me this week.  I loved this starburst centerpiece but it was the wrong color.  The design in my head was inspired by a dreamcatcher in turquoise tones. I decided to experiment and paint the centerpiece turquoise.

Turquoise Summer step 1watermark blank-bar2I used FolkArt turquoise paint with a sponge applicator and I transformed the sunburst centerpiece into what I had envisioned.  They greatest part of this project is that you can paint the centerpiece any color/colors you like and just switch out the beads to match.  The photo above show the centerpiece before and after.  Changing the color is super quick and easy.  I am looking forward to seeing your designs in different colors!

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Our Turquoise Summer necklace was handcrafted using Bead Gallery® green large wood sunburst centerpiece, gold luster hematite stone 6mm, reconstituted stone white rondelle small and reconstituted stone turquoise small.  The findings in this necklace are a bright gold tone.


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Turquoise Summer Necklace 2 watermarkblank-bar2Up next is our Turquoise Summer Macrame Bracelet.  This project is more advanced.  You need to know how to form a lark’s knot, half square knot and a square knot. I like to use waxed thread for my macrame projects.  This project was handcrafted using Bead Gallery® green large wood sunburst centerpiece, gold luster hematite stone 6mm, reconstituted stone white rondelle small and reconstituted stone turquoise small.

blank-bar2Turquoise Summer Bracele watermarktblank-bar2Click Me copyblank-bar2Our last project today is the Turquoise Summer earrings.  You can adjust the fringe on these earrings to shorter by removing a couple of beads or longer by following the fringe instructions from the necklace.  This project was handcrafted using Bead Gallery® green large wood sunburst centerpiece, gold luster hematite stone 6mm, reconstituted stone white rondelle small and reconstituted stone turquoise small.  The findings in this necklace are a bright gold tone.

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About Denise Yezbak Moore

Denise Yezbak Moore, is a self-taught artisan who incorporates romantic, sophisticated and even whimsical overtones into her pieces. She enjoys dabbling in Art Clay Silver, resin and wirework. She is a member of the Halcraft Bead Team and is a certified Michaels jewelry instructor.

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