The theme for this Jewelry Artisans Community Oldies but Goodies Challenge was Christmas Colors, and boy, did we have terrific entries. It always amazes me how the members of this group can take the same theme and come up with such diverse designs.
Without further delay, let's get right to these beauties!
Cat of Cat's Wire gave us these fabulous spiky Christmas ball pendants. I've always admired these balls that Cat makes and they come in earrings, pendants that can be worn on a chain, tree ornaments or simply put in a pretty bowl or basket. They also come in all sorts of colors.
Next, Cat showed us her playful side with this loomed beaded black cat wearing a Santa hat. Now, doesn't he look naughty? No treats for him; I think he will be getting a lump of coal in his stocking!
Irith of Riorita Jewelry shared this wonderful silver bangle set with green Tourmaline and red Garnet. This stunning bangle really shows off Irith's very unique and earthy style.
Irith wowed us once again with this heart shaped pendant that features what I believe to be red and green sea glass. It's absolutely lovely and versatile enough to wear all year round. No need to save this beauty just for Christmas!
This free form copper wire sculpture bracelet is accented with red coral and green turquoise beads and has a knotted red cord band. Whimsical, yet elegant, this submission is from Dawn at Jewelry Art by Dawn (me).
I also chose these icy blue earrings with snowflake accents to share in this challenge. I really like these colors together; they make me think of a snowy Christmas morning.
Last, but certainly not least, Michelle of My Bijou Life got everyone in the Christmas spirit with these awesome beaded Jack Skellington tree ornaments. Now, I ask you...who doesn't love Jack Skellington! I can picture a tree decorated with nothing but these fabulous ornaments - what a tree that would be!
I hope you have enjoyed seeing the work of these talented artists. It was just what was needed to bring on the Christmas cheer. However you celebrate, Happy Holidays to all!