Creating a plethora of jewelry pieces, a designer is bound to come up with a design that doesn't seem to turn heads. Although it was really exciting when the piece was born, in the studio, and the designer is totally excited and elated about this unique and eye-catching combination of beads- there just isn't many "hearts" so to speak, or views or many comments at all.
So, yes. I'm speaking of this bracelet. I listed this way back in December. When I made it, I was soo very excited. Pairing Nancy's ceramic butterflies with Bob Burkett's Pewter floral connector in this cuff style, as the focal, was just brilliant in my mind. And the fact that the chunky chain on the end, loops around that big vintage shell button as the clasp- another super move in my book.
I listed it and it's got a good 1/2" thick layer of dust on it in my Etsy store. It's even on the last page. Completely ignored. Although it has 502 views, it has one lonesome heart, from a secret admirer. Who probably bookmarked it so that they could become inspired by the design, or because they wanted to look up Round Rabbit's shop later.
The point of my post- I know, I am totally rambling, is to have you, my viewers- critique this piece. Because if it's something as simple as the chunkiness of the chain, or the color, or the cross bars that I attached with hematite wheels, these are all easily removed and replaced and revamped.