Monday, August 24, 2015

Stunning Swarovski - Quick & Easy Design

It's true that I LOVE a quick and easy jewelry project. Especially one that either looks more complex than it actually is or has a real sparkly kick.This necklace falls in the sparkly kick category!

As I mentioned in the last post, I received 10 of these fabulous Swarovski 25x7mm Crystal Bermuda Blue Queen Baguette Pendants.When I sat down on a Saturday to design something, I found myself in a bit of a hurry so I could go out and run all my weekend errands. 

The rhinestone chain is almost always on my beading table, but the silver connector is something I picked up at Cousin headquarters in Florida that I had never used before. 

Honestly, this necklace pretty much created itself. The impact of these crystals all lined up in real life is truly stunning, I had feelings of unworthiness about wearing it at first, but got over that pretty quick! ;)

So, when I was trying to come up with a way to describe this swarovski stunner, I checked the thesaurus for words related to spectacular. Here's what came up. What do YOU think? 

1.      amazing 
2.      astonishing 
3.      astounding 
4.      breathtaking 
5.      daring 
6.      dazzling 
7.      dramatic 
8.      eye-catching 
9.      fabulous 
11.  grand 
25.  marked 


NUandnu beading fantasy said...

This is very regal piece. I love how does it look. It probably will look amazing with a lot of things from simple white blouse to the evening dress.


Lisa Crone said...

YES! I love the word regal! You are so right. So funny, I always picture necklaces with a nice crisp white blouse too! :)

Almost Precious said...

Well I'd say that pretty much all 28 words would discribe that truly Sparkling masterpiece.
The Swarovski baguette pendants are absolutely mesmerizing (which is a word not on the list). :)

Lisa Crone said...

Oh my gosh, mesmerrizing is such a great word too, good call!! Totally mesmerizing!! :) said...

I think that Swarovski really knows how to make a stone to shine like a thousand stars! It is breathtaking:)!