Sunday, June 28, 2009

Follow The Yellow Brick Road!

I almost forgot to get this posted for my" Wizard of Oz" monthly challenge! Can you see the yellow brick road? I made the bezel and the clasps using techniques I learned in Richard Salley classes. This necklace is for sale at Fiona Bleu Gallery in Morro Bay.


Tammy's Treasure Chest said...

The necklace is awesome! I would LOVE to be able to take a R.Salley clas. I love his work! You lucky girl!

Molly Alexander said...

This is just gorgeous - I love all of your Wizard of OZ pieces...your creativity always inspires me!

:-) Molly

Riki Schumacher said...

Way to go Steff!! Wonderful necklace, you made a beauty. Congrats on being at Fiona Bleu, great gallery! Look forward to seeing your beauties in there soon. Take care, miss you roomy, Riki

Anonymous said...

Thank you for stopping it raining in Cal. too..trying to not watch weather report...seagrass is growing and green usually trampeled by tourist.xxoo Denise

rebecca woodward said...

Wow Stephani, I love seeing the wonderful jewelry you have been posting to your blog. Your creativity amazes me. I'll be back...

Diana said...

Love it Steff!!! Congrats on having your creations at Fiona Blue...good luck with that!

Riki Schumacher said...

Hi Steff, great new look goin on here girl! Nicely done. Thanks for stopping by my blog and looking at the new stuff. I am enjoying making things again, thank goodness! Miss you too. Riki

diane said...

Stephanie...what a great piece! Hope you have been doing well~


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