Here's an elf-inspired stretchy chainmaille bracelet. I really love these rubber bracelets; they're so comfy! I wear one every day, although I'm tempted to make a green and brown one for myself (mine's green and black).
It's here on Etsy and here on Artfire
I guess since it's been gradually getting warmer, I'm thinking summer. Here's the first summery thing of the day, a handflower that would make fitting armor for a mermaid:
"Mermaid's Armor" Blue and Green Dolphin Chainmaille Handflower or Slave Bracelet - Etsy and Artfire
This ear cuff would match that handflower, huh? Somewhere there's a mermaid who is my target audience here. If only mermaids were on the internet, I'd be set! ;)
"Mermaid's Adornment" Blue and Shell Cartilage Ear Cuff - Etsy and Artfire
And carrying on the aquatic theme, here's a froggy, too!
"Longing for the Pond" Green, Pink and Silver Frog Ear Cuff - Etsy and Artfire
Another name given to me by a friend, although someone also suggested "Herbert the Frog" which is adorable so my next frog will get that name.
And breaking the theme to give something completely different... Goth time! (Err... there could be gothic mermaids, though, right?) The name came from my friends- one suggested "furball of terror" (which I loved, by the way!) and another said "flail", which was also too good to pass up on, so I decided to combine them.
"Flail of Terror - Cartilage Ear Cuff in Red and Black" - Etsy and Artfire
Don't let the name fool you, though; this earring isn't actually spiky or terrifying. The spike bead is a soft rubber/silicone material that feels more like a gummy bear than a flail. But no one has to know that when you're wearing it, right? ;)