Lovely Accessories Designed by Elena Bufalino

Hello there! As usual, today I’m here to share you some of our customers’ handmade accessories. As you can see from the title, what I’ll show you are designed by Elena Bufalino. When I first saw Elena’s page, I was surprised! There are so many lovely crafts on her page! I’ve picked five of them to share you here, hope you guys like them.

Simple wire hairpins

simple wire hairpin

Materials: colored aluminum wire
Don’t you think they are cute? Their candy colors are so lovely and they could be very useful! However, if you are a girl with thick hair like me, it would be better to replace the aluminum wires with copper wires or stainless steel wires, because aluminum wires are so soft that they are easily to be twisted.

Chandelier earrings

chandelier earrings

Materials: Tibetan style links, orange Czech glass beads, orange drop glass beads, gemstones, earring hooks
These chandelier earrings are both vintage and stylish, they could well match your daily outfits. But those gemstones and glass beads make the earrings heavy, which will make your ears tired if you wear them all day.

Dangle earrings

dangle earrings

Materials: red glass beads, flower spacer beads, stardust beads, crimp beads, handmade heart beads, earring hooks
Adorable dangle earrings! The handmade hearts are so cute! These earrings could be great for happy holidays like Valentine’s Day, Christmas, and New Year.

Elegant statement necklace

elegant statement necklace

Materials: black gemstones, cross chains
Do you like this vintage statement necklace? It’s so graceful that always makes me think of British noble ladies, like Lady Mary in Downtown Abbey. I do love this necklace!

Three-strand pearl necklace

three strand pearl necklace

Materials: dark colored pearl beads, shell cabochon
Pearl necklace is elegant enough, once decorated with a delicate shell flower cabochon, wow, they are gorgeous! If you are a graceful lady, you shall try this necklace.

So, after appreciating all those five accessories, do you like them? If you want to learn more about Elena Bufalino, visit her page here.

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