Friday, 9 July 2010

It must be fate my dear Violet

I am a great believer in fate and also believe that much of what happens to us is destined to happen. Something wonderful happened this week that cemented that belief and I can only put it down to something more than just coincidence.

A few days ago I was asked by a lady to make a pendant and keyring that contained a real purple Violet flower because her daughter’s name is Violet. Convinced that I didn’t have any such flowers in my box of goodies, I searched the Internet to try to source them. After several hours, and without any luck, I decided to take a look in my box of pressed flowers...and there nestled amongst the daisies, forget-me-nots and an assortment of flowers were two Violet flowers and they were both purple! Wow, how strange is that, the fact that I was asked for two purple Violets and I happened to have just two in my collection of flowers.

Violet flower pendant
So I set them onto sterling silver bezels and coated them with resin to produce this pendant and keyring. I hung the pendant from a sterling silver fine curb necklace chain and for the keyring I attached it to a stainless steel key-chain. I think they turned out lovely, in fact so lovely that I found it hard to let them go! Having said that, I think they were always destined for their resipient.

Violet flower necklace
If you would like to see more of my pressed flower jewellery please visit my real flower jewellery website page.

7 comments:

  1. Fate can be wonderful sometimes!
    Gorgeous pendants. They'll be thrilled
    Gemxxx

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  2. absolutely beautiful!:-)

    thanks for letting us see:-)

    rebekah:-)

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  3. Absolutely beautiful, they'll love it :)

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  4. Stunning work Mick, they are lovely and obviously meant for thier new owners.

    Lynda

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  5. They're fabulous, Mick. No wonder you struggled to part with them! x

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  6. I'm definitely a believer in fate, things always seem to fall into place just when they 'need' to

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