Feeling a little motivated this morning, I pulled out one of my junk drawers. This one is literally labeled JUNK as it doesn't fit into any of my other junky categories (keys, charms, rhinestones, buckles, etc.).
After sorting through it for a few minutes, I had this laid out on my desk.
It's all very organized in my eyes.
On the left is my junk drawer.
Along the top are some items I want to solder for various reasons.
Along the right are the pieces for two possible necklaces.
The bolt-like thing on the top is on its own as it looks something like a bail to me. The other pieces may likely come together in some sort of tassel assemblage piece.
In the center of my desk were some watch backs. I realized there were a ton of them in the drawer. As I pulled them into a pile, I saw that they would be perfect for a statement necklace of some kind. But, first they need holes.
Now to actually pull all this together and make some jewelry! Do you see jewelry here, or do you just see junk?
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