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So a wizard tells me that she’d personally include something organic between the geometric structure and what will I do, disobey the wizard? Pfft, absolutely not. So this is my second attempt, I do realise the rocks look like massive chewed gum in the photos but that was as organic looking as I could go, with the limited choice and all. The irregular shape of the rock made it quite hard to form a geometric structure around it and the weight kept unbalancing the whole damn thing – in the end I came out with something completely different from what I’d planned. So again, mucho respect to jewellery makers, you guys rock; no pun intended.

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  1. Cool! I love the colors.

    And AMAZING photos.

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  2. ohh the wizard shared a vision and i’m glad you followed through with it!!

    i think i’m going to think of you and this necklace every time i see tiny rugged pebbles hehe

    you should try this necklace with more things! oh the possibilities are endless!

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  3. Hahaha the pun :]
    And I love both necklaces! Though I’d have to say the plain chain one steals my heart every time…

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  4. The necklace looks relaly nice. and how did you make your hair wavy like that in the second pic or is it like that naturally?

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  5. oh yay taking the geometric thing TEN steps forward. LOVE this!!

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  6. cool necklace- I like how it turned out, even if it wasn’t what you had planned. check out my blog at http://allthingsvogue.blogspot.com

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  7. very interesting… do you sell your necklaces??

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  8. girl, you’re one talented photographer ;)

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  9. Sooo pretty!

    http://www.lipstickboudoir.blogspot.com

    x’s

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  10. I think it turned out real nice!

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  11. Lovely nacklace and pictures, blog and you! Really like it, love to make things myself and inspiration is always good!

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  12. Hee hee! You’re so funny. I was also thinking, “Gum.” Maybe it’ll grow on you.

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  13. this looks great! Different!

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  14. wow great idea! and this pics are just AMAZING!

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  15. love this necklace! x

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  16. Isn’t that how it always goes?? Never as planned, then you amaze even yourself?? As always, your DIY is AMAZING!

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  17. While the shape of the stones is exactly as I’d envision, I think a different color would look nicer. As you said, these kinda look like chewed-up gum…

    Still, I think you’re on the right track! :)

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  18. love both versions, though probably the original a little more.

    i’ve been playing around with my own version of the dnyce necklace and already had a couple of friends ask for me to make them their own ones. seems a very popular necklace!

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  19. these are amazing!! i think i love the original one more as well… you’re so talented!
    xo

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  20. It doesn’t look like chewing gum at all! This DIY is awesome.

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  21. Wow!! Beautiful…

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  22. Looks good to me.. ;)

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  23. loving it!!

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  24. I was wondering where that type of jewelry aesthetic was familiar, and I finally realized about two seconds ago: it reminds me of Azumi & David. (http://azumianddavid.com/)
    They’re not really a blogger’s secret, but if you don’t know of them, I think you will. I really loved their 08 collection with the geek glasses.

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  25. Ohhh, and they just came out with their AW09 collection, and you’ve gotta love the furry tea cozies.

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  26. you’re so great at DIY’s! I wish my hands weren’t so clumsy…then maybe I’d try this out for myself.

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  27. love it!

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  28. Wow that looks amazing!

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  29. wow!! i do love your necklace!!! and i like it more cause you made it!

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  30. love it!

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  31. I like the organic/geometric juxtaposition, the wizard was right!

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  32. Libby

    Wonderful photography,
    I must ask what camera you use?
    And your necklace looks dazzling. x

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  33. ohman i love th necklace

    http://www.jetblackdye.blogspot.com

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  34. beautiful !!

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  35. [...] Remember when I said I was thinking about taking a jewelry-making class? This morning I stumbled upon two posts’ worth of inspiration from Park & Cube. (On making a necklace, here, and integrating stones into it, here.) [...]

  36. the geo neck-piece is amazing.im a jewelry designer & im super imspired

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