by Heather Saxon
(Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia)

A beautiful and elegant necklace made using millefiori glass beads.

Description: A very fun piece by Heather, made using millefiori glass beads and some black and silver wire.

I bought these fabulous Murano millefiori glass beads as they reminded me so much of our indigenous people’s paintings, hence the name (this magnificent mountain used to be called Ayers Rock and is deep in the Northern Territory of Australia).

I teamed them with some black and silver wire and a fabulous red oval focal bead, and voila . . . a divine necklace to wear with a LBD!

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by: Bethany

Very nice! I am curious, though, what did you use for your base? And if it wasn’t wire, had did you get the wrapped wire to stay where you wanted it?

love it
by: Anonymous

this is one the the most beautiful pieces I think I have ever seen. It is so simple yet major elegant and the colors just draw you in. I have been to Uluru and this absolutely hits the mark.

wow – I want to steal the design…..


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Christine Gierer

I'm Christine Gierer and I'm obsessed with making jewelry and teaching others how to do it too. I've been a creative person all my life, and I've done all kinds of things like art, sociology, and counseling. But nothing makes me happier than playing with beads, wires, and tools and sharing my tips and tricks with you. I have two awesome websites where you can find tons of tutorials, courses, and workshops on how to make jewelry and how to sell it online.

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