This month the inspiration for the Pretty Palettes challenge is a campfire with glowing oranges, black and gray embers with shades of brown and tan.
Here's the inspiration photo from Molly Schaller - a harvest party where they drank fresh cider and fried donuts over the fire! Sounds wonderful!
And, here's the palette:
Here are the beads I chose from Michaels:
|Beads from Michaels|
This is the necklace I designed. I used the black lava sticks, the fire agate rounds, some brown shell rondelles from a previous Pretty Palettes challenge and some 16-gauge copper wiggles that I hammered. It's strung on necklace memory wire. To cover the ends, I painted the silver with some Antique Copper patina.
|Tribal Fire Choker|
For the earrings, I wrapped the waxed cord around a lava stick and a jump ring.
I didn't use the white shell discs in this set, but I did use them in my Harvest Moon Earrings in my previous post.
See all the other designs in the Pretty Palettes Reveal.