Well, another direction is more accurate. I made these sea star (apparently star fish is an incorrect term) necklaces at Christmas time. Most people love jewelry and I decided I'd make something that was relatively easy to make and could be sold for a price that everyone could afford. Each necklace is different, some with tiny bottles, some with silver charms, some with pearls or other beads, some with all of them. These charm necklaces were a big hit.
A closer look. This was with silver glitter, the tiny bottle and a clear bead.
My new idea is to use sea glass. I have been busy wrapping the pieces of glass so that they can be attached to the chain. Not the easiest thing to do because the glass varies a great deal in size and shape. Still, I think it looks very pretty. I've also been making dangly beaded charms. These necklaces will have a decidedly more beachy feel to them.
When I made them the first time, I used only silver, pink and aqua glitter. Look at all the colors I have now! These sea star charm necklaces will be available at Jane's event on 7 June here in Coronado.
Today is your last day to leave me a comment on my Mother's Day (100th) post to be entered in my give-a-way. I'll be choosing 6 (yes, SIX) names, so leave me a comment.