Working clockwise from the top left,
1) a pair of hair clips made with beads from the dollar store;
2) a seven-strand necklace made from various bracelets and necklaces I acquired in Sierra Leone;
3) a bracelet made with leftover Sierra Leone beads;
4) an artificial pearl necklace that was originally two smaller strands of something - no clasp, and each strand was too small for a neck but too big for a wrist. I'm not sure how long those pieces have been around, or where they originally came from. This will do for costume stuff;
5) white pearl necklace. This is my nice boring one, not to be confused with the long strand, the baroque pearls, or the old-fashioned graduated pearls. It had been broken for at least a year;
6)bead necklace I had made for my mom a few years ago. It got broken a while ago and the remake is done on more solid wire, with extra small beads as spacers since I suspect a few beads went astray. The original had been an experiment in multi-strand, but a simpler design is more likely to survive the wear and tear of use;
7) double stranded black pearl necklace. This may have broken when I was living in El Salvador. It has certainly been broken for almost a decade. It was a royal pain to reassemble as part of the original clasp had gone missing, and I had a lot of difficulties getting thread that would work, and I had to re-do it at least twice before settling on a method that was solid (but then discovered I had missed three pearls and had to redo one part again).
8) earrings made from a little necklace from Sierra Leone that I knew I would never wear.
Overall, I am pleased with my challenge of making something every day, though I wish I could have completed more sewing projects. A friend who did this challenge prepped many items in advance. I did a bit of that for knitting projects, and I will definitely remember that trick for next year. Remarkably, I still have a whole whack of pearls, plus some little blue beads, and ideas for two more necklaces. I think I'll put them away for now, though, and reclaim my dining room table for a while.
Now to go look up my goofy monthly challenge for June...