Fairytale Wedding

Fairytale Wedding 8

Sweet and innocent and perfect for the Bride-To-Be. This piece is swimming in Swarovski and has amazing sparkle factor! Swarovski bicones in Rose Water AB, Rose Water, Moonlight, Crystal AB x2 and Crystal AB make up this piece with its coral fringe and Swarovski Crystal 18MM rivoli center. The neck is woven in Transparent Rainbow Crystal Hex Cut #8, Silver-lined #8 and Silver-lined #15 seed beads.Toho Opaque Lustered Pearl Crystal is used throughout. The clasp is a peyote loop and toggle, embellished with Silver-lined #15 and a Swarovski Rose Water bicone on each end. The fringe is in a graduated length and each fringe ‘finger’ is tipped with a Swarovski bicone and 3 #15 Silver-lined seed beads randomly woven throughout.

When the ‘Blogging For Beaders’ opportunity presented itself, I was inspired to do a remake of a piece I had made in my ‘early days’, Jack Frost, this time in pale pink and very bridal, since prime marital season is approaching. Jack Frost was done only in coral fringe all around and part way through ‘Fairytale Wedding’, I thought I would add a Swarovski 18MM Crystal rivoli I had in my stash to add to the ‘sparkle factor’. The center is the ‘Crystal Burst’ from Laura McCabe, only I think she uses 3mm and 4mm bicones, mine were all 4mm.

–By Artbeads.com Customer Christina
Good Quill Hunting

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  1. Reply

    Absolutely gorgeous! Just like all of Christinas beadwork!

  2. Reply

    Lovely design! The colors are very gentle, and those corals are just perfect!

  3. Reply

    That’s a lovely piece!

  4. Reply

    I love the snowy design, and the hints of pink are so sweet!

  5. Reply

    this is beautiful

  6. Reply

    So romantic! Really lovely!!!

    • carolina
    • October 20, 2010

    i love this necklace,where i can get this one?? fairytale wedding style. my wedding is coming nov 06 please let me know. thanks

      • khostager
      • October 20, 2010

      You can contact the creator of the necklace to see if she still has this one available, or ask her to make another one for you. Her website is Good Quill Hunting, and she has a section there devoted to contact information.

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