A few weeks ago I won a very generous "pay it forward" draw from Staci Louise of http://stacilouise.blogspot.com/. Since I have not been able to do any torching this last week I decided to see if I could make a neclace out of some of the items. I find jewelry making quite difficult, and usually the beads that I take to the shows/markets are pendants on a chain or cord, or variations on that theme.
While I find that this necklace is OK, it just doesn't seem quite right to me somehow. So please, please can all you jewelry makers out there give me some tips/ideas as to what I can do to fix it. Originally I had a single round stone pendant hanging from the copper washer at the bottom, but when I put it on, I felt like I should be putting on some mayoralty robes too. In fact I still think it looks like something a mayor would wear - maybe it is the two copper wirework links 2nd up from the washer - what do you think? Please give me your honest answers. Thanks!