Saturday, March 25, 2017

Beauty and the Beast charm bracelet in stainless steel

Beauty and the Beast charm bracelet. Created with Swarovski crystals in the color of Belle’s dress, tons of charms, engraved charms with Beauty and the Beast, Belle, Gaston, Until the last rose petal falls, Cogsworth and Mrs. Potts, Tale as Old as Time. As always in 316L stainless steel, my bracelets will never turn or tarnish. I only have 5 of these in stock as Swarovski has discontinued these crystals. http://bit.ly/2gpVOak  

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Vegetable Garden charm bracelet

This Vegetable charm bracelet is a tribute to my grandmother who was a farmer. I grew up on her farm in north Georgia. Loved fresh tomatoes out of the garden, and raw corn on the stalk, warm watermelon from the ground. Created with vintage images in stainless steel. 

Friday, March 17, 2017

St. Patricks Day Jewelry

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Happy St. Patricks Day, look what trending on Polyvore this month! 
I have over 30 St. Patricks Day handmade pieces of jewelry: What's your favorite?

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Great review for my Dog Bangle Bracelet

A great review for my personalized bangle bracelet, featuring my new dog silhouette. Quality is in the details, skill, and materials used to created my jewelry line.  This review was from my Amazon store!  
www.blackberrydesignsjewelry.com

Monday, March 13, 2017

Collection of Charm Bracelets from Ann, since 2012

From Ann's collection of charm jewelry! It has been my great privileged to create these bracelets, necklaces, key chains and other charm jewelry for Ann since 2012, for herself and her loved ones. This is why I work in the metal stainless steel, they always retain their silver color because it is a solid metal, not plated. Some of these pieces are 5 years old and look just as lovely as the day I created them for her. 









Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Celtic Knot charm bracelet

Just a few of my many Celtic Knot bracelets and necklaces and Blackberry Designs Jewelry. "Spirals, step patterns, and key patterns are dominant motifs in Celtic art which began around 450." wiki
See my entire line of Celtic Knots:http://etsy.me/2lstMw6