Wednesday, October 20, 2010


Last week I made a necklace with turquoise stones for a lady who turned 40, you probably remember. It worked like that: I needed a gift, got my tools together, looked for the right beads and material, got to work and - done in a matter of hours! Easy!
Today, however, I -f-i-n-a-l-l-y, yes, I hear you, Ana!- fixed this other turquoise necklace. You see, I made this particular necklace probably a year or two ago for one of my best friends, and when the clasp got broken a few months later she asked me to fix it... Reluctantly I must admit that the poor necklace has gone from one shelf to another, from one excuse to another until today, when my good friend asked me about the status of her turquoise necklace... Oh, the guilt! So I got working and managed to re-make it and fix the clasp. Proud of myself? Well, I could be, I did fix it, eventually! but I feel so ashamed of my procrastination... :-)


Anonymous said...

Can we fix it? Yes we can! ;o)
It's lovely hun!! xx

Faye said...

I'm sure your friend will be happy to have her very beautiful necklace back today, rather than next year. You did it, that's all that counts. xx

snehal watwe welde said...

I am sure your friend will love it ...its simply beautiful the procrastination doesn't count anymore.
thanks for your sweet comments on my blogpost.Thanks for making me feel less guilty about the shopping I indulged in.

Viv's Visuals said...

How has she lived without this beauty for such a long time????? At least you DID finally fix it!