A little bit creepy…may look good for Halloween….
😦 You don’t like it then, Sue? I would never find a matching one anyway…
That’s very true …not that I don’t like it..very imaginative … 🙂
Oh, well, if you DO like it I could always generously send it on to you…. 😉
mmmm Maybe your daughter might like it …she and my daughter have similar tastes… 🙂
actually on a similar theme, the g’daughters came after school on tuesday and we have topiary box balls looking like green snowmen, which they love to dress up. So I’m there making string braids to put in the the ‘hair’…… !!!
We still have that sort of pleasure to come, Sue!
I’ m not entirely sure that your earring is a good look Cathy. I like a bit more sparkle myself. Don’ t you have any nice colourful crab apples? Or Callicarpa berries? Or what about some nice shiny Rowan berries? But perhaps you are going for the understated look. ‘ Neat, but not gaudy’ as my grandmother used to say.
You are quite right of course, Chloris – I don’t do sparkle myself but I colour co-ordinate my earrings and earthy sludge is not actually one of my colours… Now, callicarpa berries – that’s more like it! Rowan berries..?! Lovely!
No accounting for taste.
It’s a pity you missed London Fashion Week, you could have launched your new range, but I’d stick to the day job.
I am very disappointed with the negative response I am getting to this inspired creation… 😉
Sorry but diamonds are a girls best friend.
A very Luna Lovegood look!
I kept just the first of your four spammed comments, Kimberley! I see where you are coming from with Luna Lovegood 🙂
Glad you found them, and glad you didn’t feel the need to keep all four! And glad you got the Luna reference! My daughter dressed as her for a party once, and made earrings out of the tiniest radishes we could find!
Not quite the look anyone in Italy would want to copy!
Oh really? Whyever not?!
Decidedly different Cathy – I don’t think I’ve come across anything like that in Accessorize so far this autumn.
But perhaps I am just ahead of this fashion lark, Anna..!
I have to ask! What are they? And were they a gift? (Before I dig myself a hole!) Very “Mother Earth”!
A gift? Um…well…. if you dug yourself a hole in one of my ‘bold’ borders you might have a gift of one for yourself – they came out with some leaves I was pulling off crocosmias. This is exactly how they came out – even with the little string and the single corm on the end! I just tied a hook onto the other end – too good an opportunity to miss for a WW but it was clearly too subtle! 😉
Ah! Of course! I did think they looked familiar, but couldn’t quite identify them. You could have started up a side line, in garden jewellery – if only they had been better received! 😉
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