I really like the color of these orange ceramic clay flowers by ValsCeramicGarden. They are the
perfect size for a pair of earrings. Adding the freshwater pearls turned out to be the "fun" part since the bead holes were a tad small for the 22 gauge sterling silver wire I was using on this part of the project.
Luckily I had a pearl bead reamer on hand to enlarge the holes. The sawing blade of a pearl reamer is quite flexible compared to a standard glass bead reamer. It's important to use steady even pressure while enlarging the bead hole in order to avoid chipping too much of the pearl's nacre away from the edges of the hole.
What did you make today?