These earrings, obviously, go along with this turquoise necklace, also listed on Etsy and blogged about here. :)
Using turquoise in these pieces made me want to go Etsy hunting and see what other lovely turquoise-ness I could find on my favorite site. Here's what I found:
These stunning turquoise drops are created by an artist in Seattle. I love these beautiful ear wires! I'd love to someday get to the point in my jewelry making abilities where I could do sterling work as lovely as these. You can find these earrings on Etsy at StrungOutDesigns shop HERE.Are you kidding me about the above turquoise chunks? Those are actually soap! Oh my goodness... I'm loving this shop. Not only is there turquoise, but there are also soaps that look like amethyst, too. This stuff is beautiful! Check out all the lovely soap from Amethyst Soap on Etsy HERE.
I'm loving these reclaimed brass candle holders from Viva Zephyr on Etsy. These candle holders are powder-coated in turquoise, giving them this lovely Anthropologie-inspired look. Beautiful!That's it on the turquoise front. You'd be amazed at how tough it is to find things made with actual turquoise, (outside of the jewelry section), rather than turquoise colored things. Anyway, I'm off to bed soon. Earlier today I was a jewelry-making machine, hit up the gym, went grocery shopping with Grandma, and had lunch with Mike and a former co-worker. Tomorrow night will be a little Cinco de Mayo celebration with friends, as well as a stop at the gym and a new store I'll soon be selling jewelry in called Sweet Jayne. Fun idea... everything in the store is $18 or less. Here's a link... I'll be sure to update when Katery Designs are in the store! :)