I've moved on...
...to a different domain. Why, what were you thinking? The truth is, I just woke up one day and decided it's time for a change—a metamorphosis, if you will; or, in layman's terms, if Britney can shave her head, then maybe so can I? Nevertheless, it's been a rather handsome 10 years of talking to you, and thank you for putting up with all my moodswings and terrible dad jokes. Fear not! The hormonal imbalance and jokes are more terrible on CUBICLE, see you there.






So a wizard tells me that she’d personally include something organic between the geometric structure and what will I do, disobey the wizard? Pfft, absolutely not. So this is my second attempt, I do realise the rocks look like massive chewed gum in the photos but that was as organic looking as I could go, with the limited choice and all. The irregular shape of the rock made it quite hard to form a geometric structure around it and the weight kept unbalancing the whole damn thing – in the end I came out with something completely different from what I’d planned. So again, mucho respect to jewellery makers, you guys rock; no pun intended.

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  1. Cool! I love the colors.

    And AMAZING photos.

  2. ohh the wizard shared a vision and i’m glad you followed through with it!!

    i think i’m going to think of you and this necklace every time i see tiny rugged pebbles hehe

    you should try this necklace with more things! oh the possibilities are endless!

  3. Hahaha the pun :]
    And I love both necklaces! Though I’d have to say the plain chain one steals my heart every time…

  4. The necklace looks relaly nice. and how did you make your hair wavy like that in the second pic or is it like that naturally?

  5. oh yay taking the geometric thing TEN steps forward. LOVE this!!

  6. cool necklace- I like how it turned out, even if it wasn’t what you had planned. check out my blog at http://allthingsvogue.blogspot.com

  7. very interesting… do you sell your necklaces??

  8. girl, you’re one talented photographer ;)

  9. Sooo pretty!



  10. I think it turned out real nice!

  11. Lovely nacklace and pictures, blog and you! Really like it, love to make things myself and inspiration is always good!

  12. Hee hee! You’re so funny. I was also thinking, “Gum.” Maybe it’ll grow on you.

  13. this looks great! Different!

  14. wow great idea! and this pics are just AMAZING!

  15. love this necklace! x

  16. Isn’t that how it always goes?? Never as planned, then you amaze even yourself?? As always, your DIY is AMAZING!

  17. While the shape of the stones is exactly as I’d envision, I think a different color would look nicer. As you said, these kinda look like chewed-up gum…

    Still, I think you’re on the right track! :)

  18. love both versions, though probably the original a little more.

    i’ve been playing around with my own version of the dnyce necklace and already had a couple of friends ask for me to make them their own ones. seems a very popular necklace!

  19. these are amazing!! i think i love the original one more as well… you’re so talented!

  20. It doesn’t look like chewing gum at all! This DIY is awesome.

  21. Wow!! Beautiful…

  22. Looks good to me.. ;)

  23. loving it!!

  24. I was wondering where that type of jewelry aesthetic was familiar, and I finally realized about two seconds ago: it reminds me of Azumi & David. (http://azumianddavid.com/)
    They’re not really a blogger’s secret, but if you don’t know of them, I think you will. I really loved their 08 collection with the geek glasses.

  25. Ohhh, and they just came out with their AW09 collection, and you’ve gotta love the furry tea cozies.

  26. you’re so great at DIY’s! I wish my hands weren’t so clumsy…then maybe I’d try this out for myself.

  27. love it!

  28. Wow that looks amazing!

  29. wow!! i do love your necklace!!! and i like it more cause you made it!

  30. love it!

  31. I like the organic/geometric juxtaposition, the wizard was right!

  32. Libby

    Wonderful photography,
    I must ask what camera you use?
    And your necklace looks dazzling. x

  33. ohman i love th necklace


  34. beautiful !!

  35. […] Remember when I said I was thinking about taking a jewelry-making class? This morning I stumbled upon two posts’ worth of inspiration from Park & Cube. (On making a necklace, here, and integrating stones into it, here.) […]

  36. the geo neck-piece is amazing.im a jewelry designer & im super imspired