In Greek mythology, the Three Graces are feminine representations of charm, beauty and creativity.
|Botticelli's version of the Three Graces|
In Norse mythology, the Three Graces take the form of the Norns, who tell a person's fate by reading their past, present and future.
Pagans honor the Triple Goddess, or Maiden Mother Crone, celebrating the different phases of a woman's life and the power that comes with each phase.
|I love this plaque (but it's a pain to dust!)|
I've wanted to do a necklace inspired by the Three Graces for quite awhile. Here's what I came up with:
Felting gave me the base that I wanted to show off these faux bone etched pieces, which I paired with resin faces. I added charms and trinkets, bits of crystal and magatama drops for accents. I found the perfect strap beads in my stash, using these etched spiral agate beads.
I feel like I honored the spirit of the Three Graces. Agree?