Thursday, August 30, 2012

Phantom of the Opera Blog Hop

First off, Pam, thanks for putting this on!

I love the Phantom of the Opera and I use to play the soundtrack on the piano.  My favorite song is Music of the Night.  Naturally, I chose Music of the Night as my inspiration for the Phantom of the Opera Challenge.

I really wanted to catch the essence of lights twinkling on the water and mimic the colors of the lake at twilight. I love the necklace and believe it captures everything I envisioned.

 










I wanted to make a necklace for a good friend of mine, and the colors I selected for this challenge were perfect for her.

For more wonderful Phantom of the Opera inspired jewelry, please visit the other designers blogs:
The Crazier Sister (host)
http://crazycreativecorner.blogspot.com/

Amanda - http://craft-o-licious.blogspot.com/ *me
chicandfrog - http://chicandfrog.wordpress.com/
Andra – http://creezpentrutine.blogspot.com/
Dana Lang - http://tumblestonehandmakery.blogspot.com/
Shelley Graham Turner - http://shelleygrahamturner.blogspot.com/
SueBeads - www.suebeads.blogspot.com
Lp’S Jewelry - http://lpsjewelry.blogspot.com/
Sonya - http://dreaminofbeads.blogspot.com/
Kelli Jacobson - http://creativemoonjewelryandthings.com/
Therese Frank - http://www.theresestreasures59.blogspot.com/

10 comments:

  1. Ooh, nice. I absolutely could see Christine wearing this as they float across the grotto lake. Very nice!

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  2. Hi Mandi,
    I love your necklace I can just see the cool water of the shimmering underground lake in your piece. Beautiful, beautiful! Your friend is going to be thrilled with this necklace.
    Therese

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  3. So delicate and serene. It just happens to be my favorite color. Fantastic job.

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  4. The colors are gorgeous. I love the grays and light and dark blues. The necklace reminds me of moonlight on the water. Wonderful job!

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  5. Lovely! Perfect for that song! Lucky friend!

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  6. I love your interpretation, your necklace is beautiful! It is perfect for the scene on the lake.
    Sonya

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  7. The essence of lights twinkling on the lake was indeed caught! This is beautiful! I love it! You did a really great job! =)

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  8. Great job, this is a super pretty bracelet and you did well capturing it! :) I am a little late on my reveal but I have just posted it if you would like to hop on over!
    I would wear this bracelet most definitely!

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  9. I love your necklace. The black, with crystal blues and silvers does mimic twinkling light on the water. Soo pretty.

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