Yep, I'm a planner nerd and ill admit it! I've been trying to make this necklace for months now, and I finally did it. I just love the old fashioned typewriter print beneath the glass. That's my favorite part.
I've been having a lot of fun with this new painting technique for copper. The finished product is just so warm and yummy I just keep looking at it at different part of the day in different light to see how pretty it is. Ok, it's a little creepy, I know but that's what happens when your perfecting a technique for months and months. So this is my very pretty distressed antique copper color necklace made of Clock hands noir neo Victorian Inspired absolutely perfect for the steampunk bride.
Well... I should have cleaned up my studio, but I made a pretty necklace instead. I will have to clean it up eventually. It's starting to become difficult to find things. But for now I am just to lazy.
Just playing around with a few new necklace ideas tonight while watching Lake Mungo. I did notice I was looking over my shoulder a little bit at random house noises so the movie might be getting to me just a bit. But I love this movie so much I can't stop watching. I hope my boyfriend comes home soon. EEeeeEEEKkkk!!!
Here is a beautiful little set I've been working on for the last couple of weeks. Its a custom order for an Evil Queen costume. Her amazing dress incorporates both silver and gold elements so I had to reflect that in the necklace and clock hand tiara.
An elegant noir steampunk necklace inspired by German Ironwork jewelry and Victorian or Edwardian Masquerade Balls
My strange obsession with German iron work jewelry forced me to make this necklace. With that inspiration in mind I wanted to make a piece of jewelry that would capture the feeling of a candle lit Victorian ball. All the swishing gowns and shy glances. An evening that a woman could live on the memories of for a lifetime.
I just love the elegant simplicity of machinery. Cogs fitting together neatly working in perfect unison towards a common goal. With that in mind I wanted a necklace that was elegant and industrial. Something with that would ornament the decollete, but with the heart and soul of the industrial age at it's essence. A perfect fusion of Victorian design elegance with the spirit of their inventors at it's soul.
I've just finished up a necklace that was inspired by New Orleans French Quarter. Fitted with a large black glass drop and antiqued Brass filigree casing it wants nothing more than a night out on the town.
I've been working on a new necklace for the Empress in all of us! It is a beautiful piece of black filigree with lovely sparkly adornments all around. Perfect for that elegant Steampunk bride, or adventurers prowling about town!
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EJPcreations is a mad scientist of a woman specializing in creating tiaras, necklaces, and fascinators, with a noir, and gothic flair. All adornments have a hint of vampire elegance, a dash of Steampunk bravado, and plenty of Neo-Victorian sensibilities.
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