Flower Holder Necklace

by Michelle Marson.
(New Hampshire)

Flower Holder Necklace by Michelle Marson  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Flower Holder Necklace

This necklace is made from a vintage silverplated knife handle, attached to a purple suede cord, closing with a hook and eye.

Flower Holder Necklace by Michelle Marson  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Vintage Knife Handle Necklace

It is filled with dried lavender that I grew myself.

Flower Holder Necklace by Michelle Marson  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Dried Lavender Holder Necklace

You could add any type of plant or flower in place of the lavender.

Flower Holder Necklace by Michelle Marson  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Hook and Loop Closure

Michelle Marson
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  • Michelle, this is such a gorgeous idea, and a perfect necklace for Spring! It reminds me of a Victorian tussy-mussy. A wonderful way to wear flowers.

  • Lynda Carson says:

    Beyond sweet! Love the up-cycled use of old silver plated flatware. And the pleasure of scent of the flowers!

  • Valerie says:

    I’m always amazed at the creations of silverware jewelry artists. This is so special.

  • Rita says:

    Spring is almost here! Lovely design! Thanks for sharing.

  • Irene says:

    This is so unique and beautiful. I love it.

  • michelle says:

    Thank you for all the wonderful comments, I love the smell of lavender

  • eButler says:

    I know the poem is ” and she shall have music wherever she goes” but with the little necklace all I can think of is, and she shall have flowers wherever she goes. THANK YOU! this is lovely..

  • Awesome! Such as beautiful necklace chain!
    Thanks for the sharing.

  • Dorothy says:

    Wonderful idea! So simple and yet so pretty.. Very effective and I bet you could find loads of wee things that would look good in it.

  • michelle says:

    Thank you, You could put all sorts of things in it

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