Friday, March 29, 2013

SEVENTH BEAD SOUP BLOG PARTY


Oh My it is finally the day to reveal our creations. WELCOME come on in and have a peep. I have been sitting on pins and needles eager to reveal my creation made with Diane Wilty’s handmade ceramic beads and focal.At Lilyweed She also sent copper wire wrap latch and lovely glass beads.  Here is what she sent me.
Lilyweed
I did not have to ponder long to realize what I wanted to do with her creations. I have learned so much from Lori Anderson’s creation so I tried to reflect that with my bracelet.
Lori Anderson’s

I stacked the ceramic beads with copper beads adding to a copper chain I did a little wire wrap with some of the ‘cheerio’ type beads.

  
I also used wire wrap to create some free form additions to the bracelet. I used the star bead to secure the focal with a left over piece of a copper closure.
 



“This would also look good as a necklace” so I took a cord and used wire wrap to secure  the ends so that the bracelet could extended to a necklace. I love it. I hope you do as well.

“This would also look good as a necklace” so I took a cord and used wire wrap to secure  the ends so that the bracelet could extended to a necklace. I love it. I hope you do as well.


Be blessed to be a blessing

44 comments:

  1. Sandy, that is beautiful! What a great job you did. My little beads never looked happier. :) Happy Easter and thank you for trading with me. ~ diana

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  2. That's amazing and I like it both ways! Really clever!

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  3. I love charm bracelets and this one is amazing! It looks just as good as a necklace!

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  4. ~a beautiful gypsy feeling to your universal piece...how creative of you to make it both a necklace and bracelet...love it...much love light and blessings~

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  5. beautiful, I like them all, but the bracelet is the best!! ~KM

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  7. Love your soup. The pieces are beautiful and amazing! Happy BSBP7.

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  8. I love that focal, and how you stacked a little star on top of it ! Awesome work !

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  9. Loved that the bracelet can be a necklace, too! How versatile and creative. Great job!

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  10. I'm on the 3rd reveal, I'm partecipating for the 3rd time on BSBP
    wow, your piece is one of my favourite, I love it :)
    ciao dall' Italia

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  11. Convertible jewelry! how perfect is this? great soup!

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  12. Both the necklace and the bracelet are
    beautiful. I love the design.
    And, the beads in your soup are wonderful, I love the color scheme, and the copper really makes them pop.
    ~Shari

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  13. LOVE< LOVE< LOVE the convertible design! This is a Beautiful Creation!

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  14. It's really clever and I think it would be fun to wear with all the movement in the piece.

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  15. I love chunky brancelets and this one certainly fits the bill. Congrats. It would a conversation starter for sure.
    kathy

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  16. Beautiful work from interesting ingredients! Love the necklace version!

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  17. The copper goes so well with all the beautiful beads! Love the necklace!

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  18. Beautiful work, especially i love the necklace version.

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  19. I love the focal and the way you designed your piece.. wtg.

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  20. I love it, especially as a necklace!

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  21. Great piece. I love that it can be a necklace!!

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  22. What a great versatile piece - how clever of you to design it that way! I'll bet it makes a lovely jingling sound with all the dangles!

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  23. I thought it looked great as a bracelet! I really love it as a necklace!!! Just a fun wonderful piece! Have a Blessed Day!

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  24. i LOVE the clasps you made! how creative!

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  25. You did such a wonderful job with your soup mix and I love how you turned it into a convertible design! :-)

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  26. Love those colors and great idea to have the option to convert to a necklace...perfection!!!

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  27. I love that the bracelet converts to a necklace, what a wonderful idea!

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  28. CLEVER! I absolutely love it. I hope you had fun! And thanks for all the times you've come to the party -- please come again!!!

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  29. Very creative use of your soup Sandy. A piece that is both a bracelet and a necklace is way cool. I love the color.

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  30. Such a beautiful necklace, love it
    Greets Gite

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  31. I absolutely see Lori's design influence in your creation; all those dangles!! :) I adore the fact that it can convert into a necklace. Superb design!

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