Sunday, 1 February 2009

Swell silver

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

27 comments:

Cal said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Jen (MahaloFashion) said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

THE HOUSE OF STYLE said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

The Clothes Horse said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

nocturnelle said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Dooder City said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

boylerpf said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Fayoona said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Janet said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

SOS! said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Samantha Moralde said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Eleh said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Couture Carrie said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Maria said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

THE HOUSE OF STYLE said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Hanif said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

ClandestineChic said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

anna wadham said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Kate said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Terence Sambo said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

CheekyCharm said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

alixrose said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Paint It Noir said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Jen (MahaloFashion) said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Couture Carrie said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

* Fashion Dreamer * said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x

Couture Carrie said...

Happy Sunday, one and all!

Did you have a lovely weekend?

Mine has been pretty good! I actually have lots to blog about (Look magazine's fashion swap, PLUS I need to complete the personal style questions the wonderful and brilliant Couture Carrie tagged me to do), but I'm going to dedicate this post to the jewellery I made today.

Both of these necklaces share similar parts and have a similar look and feel. They're slightly different to my other pieces, as I wanted to make some necklaces that are really easy to wear and will go with everything. I'd love to know what you think, so your honesty and your words would be greatly appreciated!



Dear Diane...this necklace is made from a vintage sterling silver locket, hung from a vintage do-dad with vintage faux pearl on vintage silver plated chain. Very lightly inscribed is the name 'Diane', and it has space for two photos inside. I like to think it's pretty special!





Shielded...never fear - I'll protect you! This necklace is made from vintage do-dads, hung on vintage chain with vintage faux pearls. It's very ornate, but I like to think it's still simple and wearable. What are your thoughts?

ALSO, I was so so pleased to hear that the brilliant Maria of Style Kingdom loved the necklace she bought from me! She was even kind enough to blog about and it post photos:

The rest of the photos can be seen here. Please take the time to have a look because Maria's blog is brilliant and she is a much better photographer than me!

I really enjoy gift wrapping all of my jewellery. In fact, it's quite worrying how much I enjoy curling ribbon...


Help me?

Thanks for reading. Will you be my valentine?

Much love,

Frankie
Swell Vintage

x