|The Elizabeth Bennet necklace for sale here.|
Lately, I've been making tiny leather book necklaces, and I've listed a few in my shop that are inspired by Jane Austen characters.
I'm not a jewelry expert, so I've decided against chains unless they are requested, or if I find some vintage ones I like. Instead I'm mostly using silk cords, which can be tied at any length. They're both colorful and flexible!
|The Emma necklace, which sold to a wonderful customer.|
In other news:
I've started compiling a bookbinding blogroll you can see on the bar on the right. Those featured are either members of my Etsy Bookbinding Team, or just super awesome blogs I've discovered. You should check them out whenever bored. (The ones at the top especially, since they likely post most frequently.)
And here are some more of the necklaces I've made:
|This is my sister's favorite, and if it doesn't sell by Christmas, I'm giving it to her. It's the Tinkerbell necklace found here.|
|The mini musical necklace, has music paper endpages, and is covered in distressed, yet smooth leather. For sale here.|
|Here's the first one I made, which has a vintage chain, and is covered in black leather. For sale here.|
|Here's one of my favorites, inspired by Long John Silver, from Stevenson's Treasure Island. (It's sold.)|
|The Elinor necklace inspired by the character in Austen's Sense and Sensibility. For sale here.|
|This one was inspired by Marianne from Sense and Sensibility. It's for sale here.|
|The 80 Days Around the World necklace features a jasper stone which looks just like a flattened globe. (sold).|
|I haven't listed this one yet, but I'll put a link up when I do. It's inspired by the Aunts from Arsenic and Old Lace.|
Let me know if you're interested in a tutorial by commenting!