Monday, November 2, 2009

Perfect pendants for Thanksgiving



I have some broken china pendants that I designed that would be perfect for Thanksgiving. They are designed from a Childhood Almanac Plate Collection
"Giving Thanks" November by Sandra Kuck. Look at those sweet faces! The original plate showed the two young girls praying and giving thanks in church. These pendants are available on my website. Please click on this link for more information as to size and pricing.





14 comments:

Catwalk Creative Vintage said...

These are so pretty for Thanksgiving!

BTW! I visited my mum last week and she was wearing the lovely pendant you made, that I gave to her last Christmas. Just about everyone comments on how lovely it is. :)

Itch2stitch.com said...

They are really pretty! suzie. x

Marjorie said...

Thank you, ladies!

I'm so glad your mom is enjoying her pendant, Louise. That pleases me very much!

Ola Fumilayo said...

Thank you for adding me to your blog-reader, I've always liked you pendants.

Marjorie said...

Thank YOU, Olga - I think your work is amazing!

Sugar Creek Beads said...

How lovely, the little girls, this is such a great idea and a terrific green thing to do. Very clever! Jeanne

Miss Val's Creations said...

These pieces are so sweet!!!

Marjorie said...

Thanks, ladies. I appreciate your stopping by and leaving a comment.

Lisa Crone said...

These are gorgeous! Everytime I pop over to your blog, I think you have created such a wonderful niche for yourself and that is so cool!

Marjorie said...

Thanks, Lisa. I've been enjoying my adventures in the jewelry world very much! :)

ChezChani said...

Wow those are really different! Love 'em...

Giovanna ♥ said...

So adorable pieces as always!!
xoxo
Giovanna
www.bohomarket.blogspot.com

Lisa Crone said...

Hi there! Thanks so much for allowing me to post your work on my blog. It's up now over at http://abeadaday.blogspot.com/2009/11/featured-designer-marjories-cracked.html

Have a great weekend!!

Marjorie said...

Thanks, Giovanna! And thanks to you, Lisa, for featuring my jewelry on your blog. It's much appreciated!