My Vintage Jewelry Side

by Linda Harrison.
(United States)

My Vintage Jewelry Side by Linda Harrison  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

See close-up photos of these pieces below

I am always trying to come up with new creations for my booth.

My Vintage Jewelry Side by Linda Harrison  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Forever changing things up to make it fresh and fun and exciting.

My Vintage Jewelry Side by Linda Harrison  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

I can spend hours in my studio just playing with jewelry pieces until I decide on a project.

My Vintage Jewelry Side by Linda Harrison  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

This is what I decided on. Hope you like them.

Linda Harrison
Linders Creations

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Comments

  1. That looks like a wonderful day of creating, Linda! I love these layered pendants, and I’m sure your customers will have a hard time deciding which one(s) to choose. Great pendant idea – also with potential for personalizing them by adding a small keepsake of the customer’s.

  2. Julia Zimmerman says:

    I’m in the midst of several jewelry repurposing projects for charity and people on probation and you just gave me a great dose of inspiration for some of our components that need to be made a little more exciting! Thank you so much, these are brilliant!

  3. Julia Zimmerman says:

    Ps Are the components wired together or glued or a combination? I don’t imagine they are soldered …?

  4. LINDA HARRISON says:

    I used E6000 Glue i love that stuff i did do some re-purposed keys where i did wire wrap several of them

  5. Tammy Wise says:

    Very beautiful.

  6. Thanks, Linda. E6000 is the best!!!

  7. Cathy Bryan says:

    These are beautiful. Re-purposed items are great. Where do you get your large back pieces that you glue the antique pieces to? I have look for some, just can’t find the “big” sizes. Thanks for any information.

  8. Pauline says:

    Love it. I need to find similar types and sized background pieces for my Steampunk ideas!

  9. Pauline, have you looked on etsy.com for those types of components?

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