Mixing your own recipe

Todua on PCDaily

Ukraine’s Lela Todua says her influences are bohemian, tribal, rustic, modern, gypsy, hippie. She remixes that stew of styles into her own look, refining and paring down her designs to a few strong pieces in a range of colors.

Lela makes all her jewelry elements in polymer which keeps the design cohesive and unmistakably Lela. See her work on Flickr, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Instagram.

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  • reply Brenda Urquhart ,

    LOVE LOVE the Rustic/Ethic/Tribal look and feel of these earrings…Bellissimo!!!

    • reply Brenda Urquhart ,

      OMG…just took a brief tour of her Flickr page…Lela do you sell your Artful pieces ?…I would love to own one or more of your pieces…Your pieces are truly stunning and definitely collectible…

      • reply Lela ,

        Thank you so much 🙂

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