Sunday, April 4, 2010

Mosaic Monday - Easter edition

In honor of Easter I decided to make my mosaic with a collection of cross necklaces I have. The top left is my Montana Silversmiths necklace, top right is a vintage necklace belonging to my mom. Bottom right is the Jerusalem cross that I bought in Jerusalem, and the bottom left cross belonged to my grandmother (whom I never got to meet) - it's my favorite!

Be sure to visit Little Red House for other beautiful mosaics!

15 comments:

Ebie said...

Such a beautiful and treasured collection. My favorite is the vintage cross from your mom.

Happy Easter!

Lavender Cottage said...

Nice collection of crosses. I'd have to say I like your mother's cross best too.

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

A beautiful collection of crosses and beautiful sentiments to accompany them!!!

podso said...

Your crosses are lovely and such a nice mosaic. Have a great week,

dotsie

A Garden of Threads said...

What lovely keepsakes. Thank you for sharing them with us.

Traci said...

What a stunning collection! Your photos really show all the beautiful details.

Meg said...

These are all so beautiful! I'd love to hear more about your Jerusalem trip sometimes.

I think the one that belonged to your grandmother might be my favorite too, although they're all so beautiful!

Regina said...

Amazing collections!
Great mosaic.
"REGINA"

Valerie said...

What a nice group of necklaces you have. Those heirlooms are precious.

I have a locket that was my moms. I love to wear it. It makes me feel closer to her.

Bobbi said...

What a lovely collection and mosaic!

Cathy said...

Love the crosses! The collection makes a lovely mosaic!

Hppy Mosaic Monday!
XOXO
Cathy

Jo said...

What a beautiful Mosaic. Your grandmother's cross would be my favorite. It is so petite and delicate looking.

EG Wow said...

Wow! What a nice collection of crosses!

Michelle said...

Beautiful crosses and so appropriate for Easter time. Happy Easter and many happy wishes from Vancouver Island. Michelle

32˙North said...

They're just lovely pieces and such a nice variety. So nice that you have your grandma's cross.

Amanda