Today I was focused on spring. I lost a battle with squirrels last fall and gave up all but one bird feeder, but I'm getting ready to put a couple back up. I like squirrels; I just want them to quit knocking down the bird feeders. This necklace is in honor of the birds that I hope return to my window.
The nest is wire-wrapped with sterling silver wire and contains three freshwater pearl eggs. The bird is hand-cut and hammered, then buffed to a soft glow. The two pieces hang separately like charms. You can see more details here. Wouldn't it make a great Mother's Day gift?
I'm so glad you stopped by and hope to see you tomorrow.
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Sue Lacy Wired
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