Jewellery making challenge – please vote.

Update. To choose several options you need to click on one and submit, then go back and choose another. Don’t know why, sorry for the inconvenience.

So the pieces are now made and photographed. Here is the second jewellery making competition between myself and Mhhadfield. She won the last challenge of course and I had to buy her cake as a prize. Same prize as last time and there will be photos of the cake as soon as the winner chooses it.

Please vote for your favourite, you are welcome to vote for more than one piece if you can’t decide. Please scroll to the bottom to find the poll and results will be posted at the end of the month. Another update: Whoops, I was tired when I posted this. Should have said results on 14th July.

And the contenders are:

1. Pumpkin Bracelet

2. Dragonfly Pendant

3. Peapod Necklace

3. Peapod Necklace

4. Shamrock Earrings

4. Shamrock Earrings

5. Blackberry ring

5. Blackberry ring

6. Bouquet Pendant

6. Bouquet Pendant

7. Blue Bracelet

7. Blue Bracelet

7. Pink Hearts

8. Pink Hearts Necklace

9. Tribal Necklace

9. Tribal Necklace

10. Summer necklace

10. Summer necklace

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31 Responses to Jewellery making challenge – please vote.

  1. Jennifer says:

    So many lovely pieces I would have voted for 3 or 4 of them if I could. Good luck both of you. They are all gorgeous.

  2. Red Hen says:

    Oh, what a tough choice. In the end up, I didn`t necessarily vote for the most complex or artistic one. I just voted for the one that best suited little old me.
    Good luck!

  3. What Jennifer said! I kept clicking and clicking before I realized I kept undoing my previous votes, lol! Really lovely and I feel privileged to see a few of them in person. πŸ™‚ Bring on the cake–I’d even help bake one for the runner-up!

  4. The colours in the dragonfly are beautiful but I’d wear the bouquet so I voted for that. Yeah, I got caught out with the clicking ‘undoing’ too!

  5. Bryony Mountfort says:

    I feel kind of bad because although I don’t know for certain who made what, I recognise both of your styles now so I never know whether or not to actually vote. But they’re all lovely and rest assured I would steal all of them to wear πŸ™‚

  6. Some really great pieces of jewellery here.

  7. Robyn says:

    How fun! Lots of good ideas here; good luck to each of you:)

  8. awabidi says:

    Your jewels are really beautiful, you are very gifted!

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  10. e1aine says:

    Reblogged this on e1aine and commented:

    Last chance to vote in the Jewellery Making Challeng as the results are out tomorrow, hopefully we will crack straight on with the next one, but in the meantime there is a new challenge out from Knit Run For Sanity. Check it out!: http://www.spoiltrottenbeads.co.uk/The-Very-First-Monthly-Beading-Challenge-bp266469.html

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  12. I couldn’t decide so I had to vote for 2!! All beautiul pieces, good luck!

  13. Nice work ladies. Couldn’t choose between pea pod or the bouquet pendant.

  14. oooh! it was a close-call, but the blackberry ring is SO unique! ❀ ❀ ❀ Do you sell the jewellery you make?
    This is my first visit to your blog and I can tell this will be one of my favorites. I'm a big-time beader and seamstress!

    What is that blackberry ring made of?

    • e1aine says:

      Thank you so much for your comment.

      The blackberry ring is just four pieces of wire wrapped together, with some tiny black faceted beads added and the ends curled. Super simple and fully adjustable because (if you look closely) the ends are not joined.

      We’ve just started selling our jewellery in a local shop which is quite exciting, but I don’t know how successful it will be. Fingers crossed.

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