I even served it with chardonnay! "Kistler Chardonnay" is mentioned in the book, but with a price tag ranging from $50 to $200 a bottle, I opted for significantly cheaper Clos du Bois instead.
And without further ado... here's the REVEAL!
I think this is a very clever interpretation and she totally tapped into a big part of this book. The necklace has an edgy vibe.
She did such a wonderful job! The piece is really stunning and is very wearable and elegant. It has a nice weight and I like how the beads give the piece a pop of color and extra texture.
Her piece is simple, but she said that after she had the peach, it didn't need anything more. Sometimes simplicity is the best. It's a perfect example of how you don't have to spend hours and hours on a project to participate in the book club.
Jeanne came all the way from Long Island to visit! I didn't realize this, but apparently we had met a few years ago when we did a show out that way. It was very exciting to reconnect!
To read more about her piece CLICK HERE.
But wait... there's more! The fun isn't over yet! Take a look at what these Inspired by Reading Book Club members made with "The Cookbook Collector" in mind for this month's blog hop:
Mary K. McGraw
Andrew Thornton, Laurel Ross, Amy Roadman, Terri Greenwalt and Connie Parsons