New hoop earrings! I’d been meaning to make something like this for awhile :] Available at www.kosmickrystals.etsy.com!
Just made these fancy metal earrings today! They’re the first ones with non gemstones that I’ve done, and I can’t wait to start making more designs like this :] The first pair are listed in my Etsy shop at www.kosmickrystals.etsy.com , and the others will be listed soon!
I just listed my first gemstone bracelets in my Etsy shop Kosmic Krystals! The first one is rose quartz and the bottom is fluorite, both tastefully wire wrapped in sterling silver wire. You can see more photos at www.kosmickrystals.etsy.com
Soooo, this is definitely the prettiest thing I’ve ever made! See more photos of this white freshwater pearl necklace at www.kosmickrystals.etsy.com Absolutely fit for a princess! Or someone who wants to feel like one some evenings ;]
I’m pretty in love with this new abalone pendant I made! If you feel the same, check it out at https://www.etsy.com/listing/171713617/ in my Etsy shop Kosmic Krystals.
I’m having a CONTEST!!! Enter to WIN this lovely garnet pendant in my Instagram contest. Just follow kosmickrystals on instagram, and repost my recent photo about the contest. It’s that easy! Ends tomorrow (Thursday) at 5pm MST.
And if you don’t have an Instagram, don’t worry, I’ll have another contest on Facebook very soon.
This elegant little pendant features a faceted amethyst gemstone wire wrapped in sterling silver wire. The amethyst is accented with intricate coils and swirls in handwoven wire to create a tasteful piece.The gemstone is a high quality natural amethyst, with a lovely faceted cut to show off its excellent clarity and light purple hue.
This unique pendant features a beautiful ammonite fossil wire wrapped in sterling silver wire. The fossil is accented with intricate coils, weaves, and spirals. Ammonites are fascinating sea creatures that went extinct over 60 million years ago, their closest living relative is the nautilus. The segments that forms the spiraling pattern are chambers that were filled or emptied with water to allow the creature to control its buoyancy.
The beautiful chambers also have proportions that fit the Fibonacci sequence, which is a list of numbers where every number is the sum of the previous two. The Fibonacci sequence is considered “sacred geometry” and can also be found many other places in nature, such as in the proportions of pinecones and sunflowers.