Saturday, May 10, 2014

More Bead Soup!!

This piece reminded me of Africa or maybe India it has a very ethnic fill to it. Mitzie sent me a piece that I can't remember who designed it , I really wanted  to use this piece  and I wanted to make it into a bracelet . It reminds me of something you might pick up on a trip to some faraway exotic place. Well this is the end of my bead soup reveal I hope you enjoy what you see here and hope you leave a comment for me! Maybe I will see you in the next one. Many Thanks' to Lori and hope you are doing well. This was a wonderful experience for me and I Thank You for including me.

P.S. I forgot to mention the very nice clasp Mitzie made and sent to me . Thank You Mitzie!!!


I have two other pieces I was able to put together from the many generous pieces I received from my partner Mitzie Crider. Unfortunately,  I was not able to use all of them during this party but I will bet that I will be able to put them to use in other party's.

 I chose these brass bird stampings with some other brass stampings I had in my stash along with some pretty blue Czech glass beads with the ear wires provided by my partner. I thought th. They came out very nice and I can't wait to wear them! They remind me of spring!


Ok! Nothing like running under the gun! But I did it and now I am finally ready to show the world  my bead soup pieces I received from the very talented Mitzie Crider of Needfulluxuries,  I was really puzzled about this soup so it took me a while to be able to  conceive a piece that I could be happy about displaying. Here is the 1st piece , I used fresh water pearls and wire wrapped each one along with some very soft pink Czech glass beads that were perfect with this necklace . In my mind, the Eiffel Tower which is my focal from Mitzie just screamed PINK!!  As everyone knows Paris is romantic and that's how I came up with my version which I call Romance.

There was just so much to pick from and from my schedule I had a real challenge on my hands so I hope you enjoy my posts! And Thanks again to my partner Mitzie Crider for all the wonderful soup!!