Working alone in my studio doesn't really inspire me to wear a lot of jewelry, but I recently rediscovered a full set of jewelry pictures from the picture kerfluffle so it seemed like a good idea to get back in the habit.
But as with all things you gotta be sure to stretch and start slowly so as to not pull anything so i'm gonna do commentary in the photo captions:
|adding a little peep of blue sparkle with a 50 cent clip-on|
|speaking of clip-ons, I found a way to use clip-on hoops|
by clipping around a rolled layer of whimsy hair
|on Opening Day even Niki will wear orange and black|
highlighted with a heart bought in New Orleans
made of recycled costumes and electronics
|giant enamel/metal flowers are a must even in shorter hair|
the white flower was worn a few days after the first hair cut
Trying to get back in the habit of wearing jewelry even if I was staying in the studio I'd challenge myself to pick non-matching pieces.
This day I picked the wee double heart scatter pin and the fabulous $4 thrift store earrings.
To bring them together I wore a gold chain belt fastened at my hip with a larger heart. I jingled all day; you can imagine how much joy that brought me!
|one of my favorite rings because of the shape|
discounted to $4 because it is missing some of the seed pearls
but that is what I think gives it character
|plenty of character in this pin worn in my hair|
|this pin was bought for $5 specifically to be worn in my hair;|
in fact, as soon as I saw it I imagined its swirls
against the swirls of an upsweep just like this
|this Monet butterfly was a bit expensive for me at $10,|
but it makes me smile and reminds me of Gma Craig
|brooches on V-neck sweaters appeared on a regular basis|
after my hair was cut;
all bought in the last 4-5 years, each for $5 or less
|a hanging brooch from the 80's that belonged to me, then Rea, then me again|
look at that amazing whimsy hair
some days I really miss my hair