Thursday, May 5, 2011

Beaches in Israel

Beaches in Israel have beautiful stones with natural holes. 
I googled them and they are called Natural Holy Holey Stones. 
 My friend sended me
some that she found on a beach near her house.  Seeing these stones, I really
had to make a necklace with one of them :-) ...
I combined it with a mix of blue silk to represent the sea where this stone was found.
A tribute to my friend and nature  !






12 comments:

De Zilverij said...

Oh, echt de max!!!!
Waaaaauuuuuuuw!
Mooi, mooi, mooi.......
Valt het op dat ik enthousiast ben?

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

Your creation with that magnificent stone is powerful in it's understated elegance! Lovely!!

Yael said...

It is absolutely beautiful Sandra! You are a master of your trade, always combining color, texture and gifts from nature - I love that!!! :-)

Lucie said...

I like the combination of the irregular stones and the texture of the crocheted necklace! Bravo!

OnePerfectDay said...

It's wonderful!

Annuk said...

I'm in love with that stone!!! And the necklace you made with it is gorgeous!

Zdolność-tworzenia said...

Ale się los do Ciebie uśmiechnął. Wspaniały otoczak, tyle ich nazbierałam ale z dziurką nigdy mi się nie trafił.
Jak zwykle oprawa wspaniała.

donauluft said...

beautiful! love the holy holey stone necklace!

Saartje Kraal said...

Heel mooi gedaan!
Groetjes van Saartje

Mellie - Stoff Papier Farbe said...

How beautiful, just gorgeous!!

GNIST said...

I love stones with holes in, and I'm always looking for that when we are in Denmark. But they are usualy not that smooth in the shapes as this one. It's so nice to see that I'm not the only one with that obsession :-)
I like the blue shades you have chosen and the way you have attached the stone to the necklace/crochet cord! Well done!!

Tante Tuut said...

Mooi mooi! Weer een prachtige hanger waar een mooi verhaal achter zit!
Cariños de Trudis