Adoring vintage rhinestone jewelry, I always buy it to use in my crafting projects. Particularly,
the 1920's and 1930's necklaces are just too small to wear comfortably. So I found a way to solder several together and make long layering pieces. Lasers are the only soldering method that doesn't seem to melt the metal and rhinestones. Expensive to get done , but worth it for an end result that looks good and doesn't break apart!
Above are 2 longer necklaces layered together.
This is 4 necklaces and a bracklet soldered together.
There are no clasps in the backs, just pretty bracelets so that it looks pretty in the back too.
Love the detail on this one.
This one has a necklace that is designed to be worn to the side.
Love layering them with crystal strands
Three different rhinestone necklaces layered with pearls and crystal strands.
Adore the vintage vibe with with this burn-out velvet jacket from BHLDN.
Even fun on a t-shirt for a more casual approach!
I think I will package these little treasures in cello bags with copies of old French documents- love the contrast of the 2 elements.
I think a few dried rose petals are going to have to be dropped in the cello wrapped treasures too!
I love the color contrast!
So I am starting early for the Christmas show in November. It takes a long time to collect the appropriate pieces that look good together. I hope to have quite an assortment of these pretty little packages to select from. I love offering unique gifts for my customers.