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April 19, 2015

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Marcia Tuzzolino

Nice blog post, Dana. I love asymmetry in jewelry design, and I love curves way more then hard angles.

Brenda Sue Lansdowne

BEAUTIFUL JOB! I hope many will get a chance to try these ideas out!

Louise

I love it, this blog is truly filled with great inspiration Ms. Brenda and I'm always in love with Dana's gifted artwork. Just awesome ladies thank you so much for the creative gifts of you!

Lori Beekman

Very nice! I love how you can easily make small changes to come up with great variety.

Coral

Thank you for taking my earrings as an example. Yes, making asymmetric earrings is fun. Your blog is great. I am going to add this post link to my post about this pair of earrings.

Dana

Thank you everyone! I had a lot of fun writing this post and am really happy you like it! I love your earrings Coral!

Susan Bowerman


Dana, you nailed this! Your post is wonderful as are your earrings. Well done, my friend! Well done, indeed! You are so clever and talented.

Chi

Dana, thank you for a wonderful post! I love asymmetric styling and Coral's earrings are perfectly composed!

Renee Hong

Dana, what a great article. You've inspired me to try this. I love how yours turned out. Your writing style is great, also; I am so glad you teamed up with B'sue to bring us this great post!

Sue Shade

Great blog post Dana. I am finding inspiration everywhere.

Lynn

Great blog Dana.
the challenge continues.
Lynn

Nike Bottalico

Great Blog!

Teresa Schurter

This is wonderful Dana. It really helps so much to see how you break down a design and catch the spirit of the piece without infringing on the original at all. Having these clear-cut steps laid out for this design will help when choosing the pieces to buy for my present projects as well as for my others in the future. Thanks so much for sharing your thought processes.
By the way, I love your earrings, as well as Carol Law's and the one's you found by Mia Montgomery - Have fun wearing your inspired creations!

Melissa Latimer

This is a great post! Thank you!

Alexandra Sefton

This was super fun to see how to make something our own from the original pricey item! I like how you showed different examples, and asymmetry too, and showed the pieces available at B'sue. Well done!! :):)

Dana

Thank you everyone! I'm so glad you're finding it helpful!

Pam Bonifacio

I'm new to jewelry assemblage and am so happy that you shared some ideas using B'Sue components. Can't wait to try out some of your ideas and am looking forward to following your blog.

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