Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Review : Beautiful Handmade Eternalgirl Necklace!

Hello Dear Readers:

  I love handmade jewelry. And I love Etsy. So when amazing creator Julia of Eternalgirl originally contacted me to review one of her beautiful necklaces, I was so happy to collaborate. I chose to review the White Orchid Hand Drawn Necklace found HERE and seen above and below!

"This hand-drawn, pendant necklace displays a henna inspired, White Orchid. In henna tradition, flowers represent joy and happiness.

The image is secured in an antique styled, bronze pendant with a round glass covering. The necklace is made with a bronze metal chain. The last photo shows the length options, respectively. This item is made to order, so yours may slightly vary from what is shown.

Colors: black on cream background
Pendant Size: 30 x 34 mm
Chain Lengths: 18" -or- 24"

I loved the way that Julia boxed this pretty necklace ( I just had to take a photo of the box and card included):

Here is more info from the listing on this necklace at Julia's Etsy page, ad the materials used:

artist pen, stock paper, jewelry glue, glass, pendant findings chain

And a little bit of background on Julia and her brand, Eternalgirl from her Etsy page (I am nosy, so I always like to know how and why creative people make the art that they do), especially since that is not where my talents lie.

Eternalgirl Background:
"Eternal girl" is the female version of a term used in mythology to describe a child-like being craving boundless freedom. I associate my artwork with the undying need to reach out and extend my limitations through love and life.

I've always loved to draw ever since I was little. My inspirations comes from Henna & Mehndi art, derived from middle eastern cultures. I was drawing a lot of henna inspired designs during the time I began making jewelry, and my creations have been evolving ever since. 

I started making jewelry a few years ago, in 2011. I ordered some necklace supplies and began experimenting. After about a year of making necklaces as gifts, my friends encouraged me to sell them online. 

My artwork gives me a chance to connect with individuals I wouldn't normally interact with everyday. I love creating and keeping my mind focused through jewelry making. I keep in mind that with each piece I work on, someone will own, appreciate, and take care of the jewelry.

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