Today is my newest installment of the "100 Pairs 100 Days" Challenge, hosted by Amy Freeland of Copper Diem. Amy started this challenge back in January, to boost support for Ears to You, a wonderful morale-boosting organization, which distributes earrings to women undergoing cancer treatments.
I think I have mentioned before how much I love orphan bead sets, and I recently picked up a nice selection from lampworker Amy Hall of Two Glassy Ladies. I received a beautiful selection of colourful lampies, including a good number of earring pairs... well, you know to me "pairs" is a relative term: I don't want them IDENTICAL :) So today's ten-pack will feature Amy's beads, with supporting roles by: tiny recycled glass beads and artisan earwires from Soul of Somanya, along with assorted fibre, leather, mother-of-pearl, etc., etc.
All the earrings presented in my 100 Pairs 100 Days posts will be donated to Ears to You.
Here is my ninth set of earring pairs (#81-90):
I will be back on April 10th to share Part 10 :) I can't believe that will be the 100th Day of 2014, already... it feels like we just started the year (and the challenge); yet tomorrow we welcome April, with all its promises of renewal and rebirth :) Hope you will join me for the the final installment on April 10th!
**Close-ups, and details and on components, are on the 100 Pairs 100 Days Pinterest board**