Thursday, September 9, 2010
Black and green
This jewelry is made from beads that I got this weekend at the flea market for a veritable STEAL, I tell you! Seriously, a great price from a very nice man. Enough beads for $12 to make a super-long strand that loops over MY gigantic head three times with six beads left over to make these cute little matching earrings! I usually don't do matching earrings, but this necklace seemed to cry out for them.
Jen and I both wore black yesterday. We were the girls in black, sisters of a shared color for once! (Jen is about a bajillion shades tanner than me, as is most of the world. She got the tan coloring of our Native American ancestors (on both sides) and I got the super thick hair.
Here's another photo of the beads...such a gorgeous color! I had to snatch these up as soon as I saw them on the table. I love this pale green glass. And no, they are NOT jade. But I can pretend they are!
Dress - Faded Glory
Leggings - White Stag
Shoes - thrifted, all labels rubbed off