Ceramic Bead Necklaces

I am rather excited!  (Always a worry…)  It took a while but my new necklace display bust arrived yesterday, along with some gorgeous little Kraft boxes for me to package my handmade jewellery in.  So, at last, I have photographed the ceramic bead necklaces I blogged and podcast about ages ago (episode 1 or 2 of the podcast I think!)

Anyway, the necklaces will go on my Folksy shop shortly, but in the meantime here is a quick sneak preview.  Hopefully my photography is improving but any advice or constructive comments would be gratefully received.

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