by Connie Eisele
(Springfield OR)

A Locket In Time

This is my first attempt at creating a Steampunk themed piece of jewelry. The locket is from the 1960’s and is solid brass …the patina is natural.

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Jul 20, 2012
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Beautiful!
by: Anonymous

That is beautiful!

My Mom passed away in March. She was on the hospice floor of our hospital. On the wall was a neat story about a dragonfly and it related to when we die and look back down at the earth but then realize that Heaven is good and our loved ones will be OK.

When she passed away they placed a dragonfly on her door. The story is on the Internet if you are ever interested.

Anyway, you have true talent and that piece you created proves it! KJ, PT


Mar 07, 2011
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It Also Looks Like A Pirate!
by: Anonymous

How great that this piece looks like a pirate face too! Love it!


Aug 21, 2010
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Imaginative
by: icequeen07

Very Steampunky! I love every element!


May 30, 2010
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Awesome
by: Anonymous

LOVE IT!!!


Apr 07, 2010
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Awesome
by: dragonflydazd

This is absolutely awesome and I am a huge fan of dragonflies.

You did a fantastic. Thanks for sharing.


Mar 24, 2010
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Brilliant
by: DJ

Gorgeous, lovely the way the dragonfly curves along the border.


Mar 23, 2010
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FAB
by: Jan Carpenter

Very COOL!


Mar 23, 2010
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Beautiful Steampunk
by: Scarlet

Lovely locket, the dragonfly is a great addition and the gears fit in really well.


Mar 15, 2010
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Love that Steampunk
by: mayla

I really love this. Thanks for sharing.

 

About the Author

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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