Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Ornament Thursday....Lucky

Here it is, my Ornament Thursday project. This month's theme is Lucky. This bracelet will bring the wearer all kinds of good luck, or at least I hope so. The Lucky ceramic charms include a horse shoe, lucky star, ladybug, and four leaf clover. I attched the charms to a sterling silver charm bracelet with tiny, but strong jump rings.

As I said it's Ornament Thursday, so that means that there are 14 other fabulous Lucky themed projects for you to see. Check out what everyone else has made.

Happy Ornament Thursday!
Jennifer


Art Bead Scene Lucky ABS! We're part 2 of Lucky Knots!

Cindy Gimbrone aka Lampwork Diva Luck is knotted up in Part 1 of this tutorial

Earthenwood Studio Chronicles Melanie is inspired by a lucky Leprechaun to make a fairy tale, treasure filled necklace

Jennifer Heynen of Jangles Lucky Charms Bracelet...The name says it all. This bracelet has everything to bring you good luck.

Joolz by Lisa As Luck Would Have It...Lucky Earrings

Katie's Beading Blog Make your own luck with these fun, swingy earrings!

Labyrinth O' Luck Hali has created a finger labyrinth journal designed after a 4-leaf clover.

Linda Augsburg at Make It Mine magazine Lucky doesn't begin to describe the adventure I had making this T-shirt...

Lucky Lucky to be... based on a coin holder a friend made for me...

Lucky To Be Me Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all? Well, YOU, of course. No matter who you are when you look into this magical mirror, you'll be reminded you're lucky to be you!

Lynn Kvigne - Beading Help Web Irish Proverb Window Ornament - step by step instructions for making this year-round ornament that may bring luck right through your window!

Melissa J. Lee - Strands of Beads Good fortune is yours with this cookie-inspired necklace.

Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done! You'll "make Jean's day " if you check out her lucky Pendant with a Clint Eastwood eighties twist

Swelldesigner Swelldesigner gets lucky this month with some super colorful, sparkly painted bangles

The Impatient Blogger Luck starts with a wish...Margot shares an project she created for Simply Beads last August.

14 comments:

  1. Oh that's adorable! Love the little horseshoe!

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  2. Those charms are simply to die for!!! I love the look of the entire bracelet!

    Lynn

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  3. Jennifer

    This is TOO CUTE! Great work here...and those bunny beads below...are making me super happy!

    Your beads are like an instant smile.

    xoxo
    Margot

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  4. Simply, a beautiful bracelet. I love it. I was looking through all your wonderful work yesterday and admiring every last bit of it.

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  5. This is so CUTE! I love the horseshoe bead in particular. The whole piece just makes me happy!

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  6. I would wear this every day! I love this! xox five star work!

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  7. Another lovely piece from you Jennifer! I'm still pine-ing away for last OT's "conversation hearts" and here is another set of sweet beads for me to pine for! Lovely work!

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  8. This is SO SWEET! There is such a cheerfulness in your work. It makes me SMILE. :-) H.

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  9. Lovin' the look of the letter charms! And the colors are so Springy!

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  10. Honey, that is SOOO cute! I love, love, love it!

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  11. What an adorable bracelet, your charms are so cute!

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  12. Too cute! My daughter would love this one...

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  13. you take cuteness to a whole new level. I'm going to have to buy some of your beads. they are so much fun!

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