Bookish Necklaces

I love cute necklaces. I can’t remember when I first started wearing them because I know that I wasn’t a big fan of necklaces back when I was still in college. The other day, I realized that I have a couple of them that have book-related designs so I thought it would be a good idea to take pictures and post them here.

Here’s a pendant with a girl being hugged by a guy coming out of a book:

A locket shaped like a book, which I received as a present last Christmas:

My Queen’s Thief necklace, further proof of my MWT fangirlyness:

Beauty and the Beast two-layered necklace:

Here’s a close up:

And this isn’t exactly book-related but it’s so pretty that I wanted to include it anyway:

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18 thoughts on “Bookish Necklaces

      • Yes, very pretty. Sad part is I that know how to make those things, except for the part where you’d need to encase the photo/s in acrylic. So won’t be able to make a similar one for myself.

      • If I knew how to make necklaces like these, I’d make a pendant for each of my favorite books! I’d love to have a Sevenwaters or a Kate Daniels necklace. πŸ™‚

      • Lol. For projects like these, pliers are your friend. And jump hooks, and bails, and I forgot what those long fish hook like affairs that you use to make drop pendants are called. Though I usually just left the actual assembly process to my mom since she’s the OC one.

        Oooh, a Sevenwaters pendant would be cool. And I’d use the Chinese cover images for a Kate Daniels pendant.

  1. I love necklaces too but yours are just fantastic! They’re all quite amazing.

    A Sevenwaters necklace would look awesome. Aside from an image inspired by the covers or the characters, it could have those Celtic-Gaelic runes. πŸ˜› Next project na!

    • Next time I have something personalized, I’ll throw in a Sevenwaters necklace. πŸ˜› I’m not a fan of the covers but I think the runes would make excellent pendants.

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