Simplicity and its Variations

This simple design is one of the most versatile I have made. It is rings and chains that can be made several rows thick, graduated or with sparkly beads around the edge, big pearls up the center, lacy picots or no picots…well, you understand, I am sure.

~The Simplicity Choker~

Mocha cord with marble discs, light bronze Czech glass and autumn orange beading.

An Asymmetrical design I originally created for myself.

~Simplicity Necklaces~

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~Simplicity Ring Pendants~

~The Simplicity Bracelets~

~Pulse Cuffs~

A wonderfully dense pattern of 2-3 joined Simplicity rows.

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~Serpentine Bracelets~

Delicate to substantial in feel, a versatile, modern, winding design.

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~Infinity Bracelets~

Rings around rings. A minimalist variation of Simplicity with clean lines.

~Petals Bracelets~

A flowery and feminine variation of Simplicity.

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3 Comments

  1. November 15, 2011 at 11:32 am

    […] I am always trying to improve my Blog so it is not too convoluted and easily navigated. In this effort I spent this morning expanding my Simplicity gallery to include the styles I have created that were spin-offs from this style. Take a peek here. […]

  2. September 10, 2012 at 12:51 pm

    […] And Infinity designs can be found under Simplicity and its Variations. […]

  3. February 25, 2013 at 12:50 pm

    […] and is always looking for my most unique styles. I believe she now owns Obsession, Daisy Chain, Simplicity Bracelets, a black Sweet Decadence necklace, and a white snowflake pendant. She also has two of my first […]


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