In doing the steampunk & silverpunk charms, I incorporated printed pieces, plumbing supplies, found objects, and jewelry making items. The antique pendants/charms can be purchased HERE. Surprisingly, the charms are very very light.
More plumber's tubing to create dangles, and encapsulate a printed paper bead. The printed beads' wording are all foiled with holographic silver foil. The wording captures the ages of time - contemporary, modern, industrial, enlightenment, reason.
The cages - get me out - house a foil bead made from the colorful Lindt Lindor's truffle packaging for one; the other has two foil printed paper bead. One is capped with silver grommets, and the other with inverted bead caps. Both use straw as their foundation.
Lastly, to give the charm some color, I created these dangles. The yellow looks futuristic like a part of Star Trek's fusion igniter. The purple and blue are just so girlie. Loving them! I made the metal tassels from a chain I bought a while back for its parts from the $ store.
Well, that's all folk as Porky Pig would say. What do you think? How can I improve on it? I don't mind, keep it real. Please comment, share, and like.
Back to the drawing board for some 4R. ;-)
Thanks. TTYL :~)