Beautiful Celtic Wedding

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Bead Embroidery Necklace

Last year while at the Winnsboro Fine Art Show, a wonderfully funny and interesting lady with her fiance purchased one of my handmade necklaces to wear with her wedding dress. We were all chatting for some time and I truly enjoyed it and made two great new friends. They were planning to be married on February 4, 2012, and I couldn’t wait to see the photos of the wedding. After the show, I received an email via Etsy to create a matching brooch for the dress and was so excited to create it for her.

Just a few days ago, she sent me a link to view her wedding photos, and Wow, they brought tears to eyes. You cannot miss seeing the true happiness and love viewing each photo. It was a beautiful wedding, all the colors of fall, purples, yellows, amber, brown, soft greens, simply stunning! And it was true, the necklace and brooch were beautiful with her exquisite purple wedding dress.

In Fact, she was so radiant, a stunning bride.

Below is one of the photos she sent me. If you’d like to see more her beautiful wedding follow this link.

Here are photos of the necklace and brooch.

Thank you, Kathleen, for making my jewelry creations look so beautiful!

Many Congratulations go out to Kathleen and Joe! Hope to see you both again in Winnsboro this year.

Happy Beading,

Terri Faye

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Welcome to my handmade jewelry blog. I love making jewelry and love sharing what I've made for everyone to enjoy. My passion is to create beautiful, wearable works of arts. I started making jewelry around 2007 and I learned how to make jewelry from beading books and searching and following many fantastic handmade jewelry blogs. . I spend hours practicing, learning and searching the internet for ideas, tutorials and jewelry making inspiration. I’ve had the honor of being published in several national and international beading magazines and blogs. My work has been featured in top blogs and magazines such as Step by Step Wire Jewelry, Bead & Button Editors Blog, and The Beading Gems Blog and published in the Fire Mountain Gems and Beads jewelry makers’ catalogs.

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