I came across a blog full of stories from all over the world, collected by Andrew Wright. Andrew has also written many of the stories himself as well as posting his versions of traditional tales. One caught my eye, because it featured a woman in distress, a rescuer, a monster with treasure...and an interesting twist. If you'd like to read Andrew's version of The White Woman from Rosenegg, you'll find it at the link. Above is the treasure necklace that I made in response to the traditional elements of the story.
This was made in a similar fashion to a previous treasure necklace that I shared with you. The instructions for that one, called All the Keys to Emerald City, are found at the link.
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