When, I seen that Heather Powers and Lorelei Eurto were having a beading challenge using beads that just so happened to be 40% off at Micheal’s…I had to get in on that sweet action!
You could only use the 7 beads they selected from Micheal’s plus two other bead types and your choice of pendant. When I create a piece, I really have to connect with the beads. So, I spend a lot of time just look at them…sketching out ideas before I every get busy with them. I knew for the pendant, I wanted to use one of the recycled game piece pendants that I make. As, luck had it I had one in my stash that was perfect with the colors.
Here is what I came up with: A breathe of glamour
Of course, I need a sweet little part of earrings to go with this necklace too!
Thanks for checking out my pieces. I can’t wait to see what everyone else has made!
Happy Monday day Morning :) To start the week off, I thought I would show you what I have been up too! It is no secret that I LOVE repurposing things. You know my motto- recycle, repurpose, and reuse.
So, when Christy Tomlinson was offering an online class on turning old belts into bracelets. I had to join the class. It has been fun for the boys and I to thrift shop for belts.
Here are a few that I have made.
I am sad that I can’t make anymore bracelets until I get more snaps. I ordered more this weekend. Making these is so addicting!
The next thing in my recycled bag of tricks is paper bead earrings. What I did with these two pairs of earrings is gelli art print some for the boys old homework. I love these earrings since they are super light weight and so pretty!
Hope you have enjoyed seeing my recycled projects! STAY GREEN, my friends!
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Hello and Happy July! Wow, is this year just flying by…it’s now half over….
I’ve been working on some more scrabble tile pendants. This series, I am calling Simple Simon. My sweet friend Mary, sent me a book with some adorable line drawings in it. It was my inspiration to get just keep the pendants simple and clean.
Thanks again, Mary. I want to tell everyone, I only use all my own original work in my pendants so one two are every a like. I do not photo copy them and use that copy. They are they real deal!
Also, I wanted to share a link to my project that is on the Linnie Blooms blog- Fun little bib style necklace using canvas pieces!
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Today, I am here to share with you a painting I did after taking Mindy Lacefield’s Sunday Morning class. In this class you drew your inspiration from God’s word. It was about connecting your painting to your feelings of faith.
We were to find a bible verse that you like and paint that scene. I have always found comforter in Ephesian 5:8 “For at one time you were the darkness but now you are the light in the Lord. Walk as children of light.”
“Tribal gal of mercy” 11 x 14 inches
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Today, I am here to show you a couple of scrabble tile pendants. Nothing more fun than a couple of new necklaces for the summer. Inspired by creatures in nature!
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Good Saturday Morning everyone-
I am finally here ( after a week delay) with the reveal of my bead soup. This was such a fun project. You swapped beads with a partner that Lori paired you up with mine was Klaudete Koon and then you have to make something with the beads you received from you partner. Technical just the clasp and focus have to be used.
I made a necklace, bracelet and 3 pairs of earring with all the goodies Klaudete sent me. I add some of my own beads to the mix as well. Since there are so many blog to drool over- I am going to keep this short and sweet.
“Embedded Survival “
Make sure you check out Klaudete’s blog post to see what she did with the beads, I sent her. Thanks again Klaudete for swapping beads with me! Also you can check all the other Blog Soup Party members posts.
Thanks for stopping in and I hope you enjoyed my projects.