To enter our monthly Jewelry Design Challenges Click here! To see the current calendar of events for SRAJD Click here!

To join our Facebook Discussion Group Click here! Check out our current SRAJD Gift Guide

Friday, March 21, 2014

TRIANGLES March Week 3 Geometric Theme SRAJD Jewelry Challenge

Here are the results of the third week in our month of geometric-themed designs.  The SRAJD members were challenged to design a piece of jewelry with the geometric theme of triangles.   

Click here to see the announcement of our 2014 challenges and how you can participate if you are anSRAJD member or want to become one.
Kim Forrer of Kim Forrer Designs
This is a scalene triangle, meaning no equal sides. Decided to add a stamped leaf for accent.”

Jo Pound of Jewelry byJolane
These earrings are made up of triangle beads with seed beads and Swarovski teardrops.”

Kay Lancashire of Kay’sArtycles
I found these cute pearls and thought they might just fit into the little depressions I made while fashioning my triangles, they're a play session which turned into a pair of earrings. Beaten brass, freshwater pearl and sterling chain and earrings.

Cindy Devine of Devine Designs Jewelry

Cindy Devine of Devine Designs Jewelry

Bonnie Jacobsen of BDJ Designs

Maxine Booth of Perfectly Practical
“It actually also incorporates circles.”

Nathalie Lesage of Canadian Rockies Art
The triangular theme was more complicated than I had originally expected, but it was so much fun :) I really love how these earrings turned out. Featuring large natural Arizona Turquoise drops, these Sterling Silver Earrings are one of a kind... And, as a bonus, if you turn them sideways, you will see a rustic fish design :)  You can find these earrings here.

“These minimalist earrings are made from steel metal clay, accented with copper.”

Nohline L'Ecuyer of Nohline L’Ecuyer
Sterling Silver earrings which are riveted together with silver wire.

Nohline L'Ecuyer of Nohline L’Ecuyer

These earrings are made Stainless metal mesh linked and unlinked to form a triangle. Love the way they fall when you are wearing them. Second photo shows flat view.

Tammy Adams of Paisley Lizard
Triangles make me think of alchemy. Which inspired the gunmetal and glass theme for this necklace.

Start preparing for the next batch of challenges!

April Theme: Elements
For those able to do the weekly portion of our monthly themes, here are the deadlines:
April 4th Earth
April 11th Water
April 18th Air
April 25th Fire

No comments: