Gregarious Expressions

by Alicia Grega



dip in the pool, an Etsy treasury

dip in the pool by Alicia Grega on Etsy.

lazy day at the lake bracelet

The mysterious blue-grey flash of the mineral labradorite reminds me of dipping below the surface and opening one’s eyes to the sun breaking through cool, natural lake water.
The lake is my favorite place in the world, especially in the summer. A simple tribute like this bracelet helps me remember that the office day will end and the lake is really only ever a drive away.
A copper dragonfly charm seemed the perfect addition to this strand combining three different cuts & quality of labradorite beads. I used a pretty copper leaf & twig shaped toggle clasp to close it.
Posting soon if I don’t sell it at the Craft Party on Friday eve first.



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