Twelve year old Phyllis made a second item with labradorite gemstones (check out her necklace), this time matching them with a delicate chip and a chunky glass cube with blue and orange swirls in them. The pendant was then hung on a hoop.

Labradorite flashes an iridescent blue near a light source which explains its other moniker - the northern lights gemstone. So when Phyllis's earrings sway to and fro, they are sure to catch one's eye with their extra sparkle!
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