I’m a little bit fed up with all those heart pendants, although they are extremely popular. I decided to make some new pendants that are round, oval, square, anything but heart. These are four new ones, but there are also some older ones still available in the shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ukapala?section_id=7177309&page=2
I got swamped with some custom orders and some other unrelated stuff, but I’ve managed to make something for my shop as well. I know people have been inquiring for my heart pendants, so I made four goth ones. As you can see, I’ve used some new glass/wire combinations. Available on Etsy.
I liked this bead, because it was unusual. It’s not just plain silver foil, but it has colourful spots inside. The brown shade is actually very pale. The whole thing has a slightly lighter feeling than the other ones. Available on Etsy.
Made for a friend who doesn’t like to wear green.
This pendant is a custom order that I’ve made just recently. Silver plated wire and red beads, a combination less usual that I usually make. (Sold)
This one is a bit unusual, slightly smaller than most of my steampunk pendants, and has unusual shape. I wrapped about half of it before I realized that some of the bead should remain visible, so I left the other half bare. Available on Etsy.
This pendant took forever to make. The spiral-like wrapping on the bottom is not complicated, but very time consuming. Available on Etsy.
This is one of the steampunk pendants I made for Epic-con and then forgot to list on Etsy after the convention. Not much to say about it, except that the bead is a bit unusual and I only had two of them. Sold.
Three unusual Cthulhus are now available in my shop: red, brown and teal.
Lately I’ve been mostly making heart shaped pendants, because they’re extremely popular. But I’m thinking that not everybody likes hearts, I personally prefer oval or round pendants. And I have these beautiful silver foil grey beads, where the foil covers all the bead, not only the middle of it. Perfect for something goth and dark. The other beads I used are fire polished glass with metallic coating, which makes them hard to describe (they’re pretty …