On January 15, 1559, the coronation of Queen Elizabeth I took place in Westminster Abbey. I’ve always loved this portrait of Elizabeth I and was thrilled when Natalie chose it for one of the pages in Tudor Queens and Consorts. Not only is it a beautiful interpretation of the young queen, but the composition and intricate details translate nicely to a colouring page.
…and how about a necklace too?
When I was a merchant at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire last fall, I saw some really lovely pendant necklaces made with small art prints and clear cabochons. After watching a Youtube tutorial and taking a quick trip to the craft store I was able to transform Elizabeth I’s coloring page into this gorgeous necklace! I chose an antique copper setting and chain to evoke an historical vibe while adding a little Tudor flair to your wardrobe.
The best news? These necklaces are now in our shop for $10 plus shipping. You can also win one of these lovely pendant necklaces by joining our email list. Just enter your email in the sidebar sign-up by Friday, January 25, 2019 to be entered to win! This contest is open internationally. We’ll notify the winner via email. By joining our mailing list, you’ll receive an occasional email (once a month-ish) with product news and exclusive discount codes. Good luck and long live the Queen!