AJE Elements Use Your Stash blog hop

Way back in the middle of December, Art Jewelry Elements announced that in January it would amp up the Component of the Month challenge, with every member of the team designing something using a component from their stash made by one of the other team members. Readers were encouraged to do the same, and to add a little extra, nine lucky jewellery designers would receive an art bead.

I was lucky enough to have my name drawn to receive this fabulous ceramic pendant from Lesley Watt.

Daisy pendant

It’s summer here in Australia, and our lawn is sprouting daisies and dandelions. I combined the pendant with a literal bunch of flowers, all knotted together on sunny yellow waxed linen cord.

Summer Daisy necklace

Thank you Lesley for sending me such a sweet little pendant to play with—I hope this necklace brings a ray of sunshine to brighten up your English winter today!

Here are the links to the AJE team blogs as well as the other winners and some jewellery designers who raided their stash to play along.

AJE team: 
Guest Participants ( aka winners)
Samantha- Wescott Jewelry
Kathy – Bay Moon Designs
Nikki – Silver Nik nats
Yvette – Blue Kiln Beads
Bonus participants! 
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19 thoughts on “AJE Elements Use Your Stash blog hop

  1. Melissa – as the one person not suffering from winter weather you got the perfect pieces and your lovely cheery designs reminds me of my trips to Oz and it’s wonderful warmth and colour. Thank you for joining us in this challenge.

  2. Im sure MANY of the previous comments proclaim this a breathe of fresh air amidst our cold grey winter. But IT IS! I love the elements together, and the color of the cord really pops!
    Thanks for playing!

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  4. Your design totally makes me smile… so happy and bright! You give me hope that it will one day be summer again. Great work!

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