Sunday, 22 January 2012

Simply Adorned

In the new Stampin' Up! mini catalogue there is a gorgeous range of alterable jewellery - "Simply Adorned". There are lockets, chains, bracelets and large jewels to personalise your own unique piece of jewellery - it can quickly and easily be changed to match your outfit.

This is the large locket decorated to make a pretty bag charm.

I used the Charming stamp set - perfectly designed to fit the Simply Adorned range, along with a tiny flower punched with one of the Itty Bitty punches. I added a tiny pearl to the centre of the flower - the front of the case has a bevelled window, making space to add small layers, ribbon, pearls or gems. 
I had to "have it all" on my bag charm and attached a key charm and a crown charm from the mini catalogue, they are such fabulous quality. 

The Simply Adorned jewellery is in a plain presentation box - so I decorated the top of the box to match my bag charm.

This is the matching mini card I made for this set.  I made the oval frame with the Designer Frames embossing folder, the Extra Large Oval punch fits the centre perfectly. Lots of spritzing to add colour to my background which is stamped with a script stamp from the Charming stamp set. I tied some lovely Calypso Coral ruffled ribbon and a scrap of crochet trim. 

Here is everything together - this time you can see the back of the locket - yes you can decorate both sides!!!

The colours are Whisper White, Calypso Coral and Lucky Limeade.

This charm would make a perfect gift with a set of mini art to change the colour and style of the locket - I plan on keeping this one for my Mum for Mothers Day (March 18th).  I will be placing an order for another charm this week - if you would like to place an order and make your own customise jewellery contact me to place an order.

Angela x



LOVE IT ALL Angela is truly beauitful xx

Juliana said...

Beauitful if you want to follow me I'll be very happy bjos

Margaret said...

Beautiful presentation! Your charm is gorgeous and I love that you even coordinated the box!