February 9, 2010

February blues

Got the blues?
These might cheer you up.
Check out these delicious red nuggets I got from Kelleys Beads. Aren't they
wonderful?  I paired them one of my Jade Scott pendants.
She made these specially for me. But then she made more and so
i have these and these and these and these coming my way.


This bracelet is a bit more rustic, or organic, or earthy.
I love this silk ribbon from Ornamentea. I have to get
some more, first chance I get. I wire wrapped it to
wired section of art beads. Ceramic rounds from Elaine Ray,
Lampwork glass from The Orange Bell and a Ceramic
square focal from Summers Studios Etc.


A few things to look forward to here at the blog:
Tomorrow is the big Bead Soup Party REVEAL!
Thursday I'll talk about a special Keepsake necklace that I made for a special customer.
Friday at the ABS I'll be showing some Valentine's favorites from Ornamentea.

8 comments:

  1. i don't normally go for blue and red together (too patriotic), but the bracelet is yummy! sort of asian, really.

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  2. I love red, and anything I make in red sells immediately, so I must not be alone!

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  3. I told Kelley that those beads looked juicy, like pomegranit seeds. Such a great design, and love the Jade Scott. And that cord from Ornamentea is so great. I just got some ribbon from there, working on something special. Looking forward to your Bead Soup! (I need to get my pot off simmer and into a full boil!). Enjoy the day! Erin

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  4. Great bracelets! Kelley's beads and the Jade Scott pendant look wonderful together!

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  5. I'm not normally a red person. But I love those reds. Funny, I just opened a package of the chirimen cord that came in the mail. It is soooo soft. Love the pairing of ceramic and glass in the second piece.

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  6. I really love the new pieces!! So bright and cheery! TFS

    Marie

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  7. Love the new look of your blog!

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  8. Wow this second bracelet looks great! I love the ribbon. I can just imagine how it would look after having been well loved and well worn for a while... gorgeous. It's really something special!

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