In an effort to increase breast cancer awareness, 100% off the proceeds of this necklace will be donated to charity to help in the research of finding a cure for this horrible disease.
I made this piece with a very loving and caring heart. A heart that feels for grandmothers, mothers, aunts, wives, girlfriends, daughters, sisters, cousins, and entire families that have fought or are going through the battle by their sides. This is a piece made for fighters, for warriors, for survivors, for believers and overcomers.
As for me, this pendant is a reminder of the fighter that was my aunt, a woman who despite all news and odds against her never gave up. She fought until the last minute of her life knowing that her time with the Lord was soon to arrive. This is a reminder to take care of ourselves and not neglect our bodies. A reminder to do annual testing and live healthy lives to the fullest. A reminder to see the beauty in gloomy days and to love one another to the fullest and never stop fighting.
Breast Cancer Awareness Necklace By Adriana Lyden
Back of Breast Cancer Awareness Necklace by Adriana Lyden
AWL Jewelry made it to daytime television! My Toothpick Sword Necklace© will be worn from now on by the characters in the Spencer Family on the daytime soap: The Bold and the Beautiful. The sword is of special meaning to the family, and the characters never take it off. It is a mayor accomplishment and I am very proud my jewelry caught the eye of the show’s producers.
Needless to say, I am beyond myself and couldn’t be happier!
You can watch the official Spencer Family Sword Necklace being worn by very handsome actors every weekday at 1:30pm on CBS. Yay!
Actor Don Diamont wearing AWL Jewelry
Bold & the Beautiful Official Spencer Family Sword Necklace
Join me next weekend at Carnaval on the Mile! Visit me at booth #108 to find your Always With Love favorites and for the unveiling of my new designs! This is a juried show (my first) and I’m very excited I was picked to participate.
Carnaval on the Mile is located on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables, Florida and the mile is closed (for cars) on March 1 and 2 and made into a mile long art festival.
Saturday March 1st from 11am to Midnight
Sunday March 2 from 10am to 9pm
See you there!
Here are some pictures (taken with my iPhone) that show you how I made my latest jewelry set. The pictures demonstrate how I made the earrings first, and then the ring. The fabrication process required many steps and here I show you the most important ones.
The order of pictures goes from left to right.
Oh, my Jewelry Photographer is out of town which means that the final earrings pic will come soon! For now, enjoy the process and the finished ring pic professionally shot by Pixeltoaster Studios!