Glass, enameled copper wire, lock washers. Experimental nonsense that looked much better in my head; I wanted to add some dark red swarovskis to it, but that didn't work out.
Good lord, when did it get to be the tenth. I really, really don't approve. :(
It's looking like I'm going to have to wrestle with school bureaucracy in order to register for classes before the freshmen do; I'm extraordinarily displeased by this, because there are classes that I need to take to graduate, and classes that I desperately want to take, and they're all likely to fill up once the juniors start registering. I emailed the dean this morning, but I still haven't gotten a response. *frustrated, mildly concerned*
Glass and various metals and the sound of cars exploding, faintly, in the distance, and the smell of cigar smoke.
...I have absolutely no idea why these earrings make me think of The A Team. I'm just gonna go with it, though; it's just not worth the effort arguing with my subconscious.
Glass, silver plated wire, and a base metal ship charm. 8 or 9 inches long, depending on where you clasp it; I think I'll pick up some chain tomorrow to make it properly extendable so it isn't quite so long. (Although I confess I don't actually know how long a bracelet should be; I have tiny wrists, and I don't wear bracelets as a rule, anyway- I have a tendency to lose them.)
Very fond of the colors in this one; glad that I have more of these beads. They (and the ones in yesterday's earrings) came from a friend's destashing endeavor, so I have a gigantic bag full of odds and ends and assorted unsorted beadery. I'll have to sort them all eventually, but it's something like three pounds of beads, so the task is a little daunting.