Sunday, February 1, 2015

Operation Tackle that Bead Stash

Inspired by a Song 
will be this months
challenge theme.
It can be any song. Any genre or decade.
Not necessarily the title..but what inspires you.
Any craft technique but it must include beads.
This is what I did.
So for added fun... 
I'll be giving those who stop by my 
blog a chance to win
A Surprise Prize
 from me. 
Simply leave a comment along 
with your guess. 
The first correct answer will win!
If no one correctly answers by the end of the month,
 then all names
 will go in a hat for a random drawing.

The correct answer is... 
Dog and Butterfly by Heart.
Clearly you all could see the butterfly.
But what may not have been so clear was the 
 toggle...it  is a dog collar with a bone... 
and I added a little heart charm too.

We have a winner
Katherine Thompson!
Congratulations!!!
Hope you'll enjoy your Surprise!

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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Pretty Pallets ~ January

 This months Marsala inspired Palate
I took this image with me as I went shopping and
 the other image of Erin's selections.
Our Michael's had next to nothing....
 none of the pearl stands or the resin druzy's
That Erin had selected.
None of those cool metal twisty things ither.
But I did find these beads at my local Michael's. 
I added some pearls, crystals and findings from my stash.
Hand knotted the Marsala section and 
simple looped the other section.
Marsala Druzy Dreams Necklace.

Details about this challenge can be found on the Halcraft site
to see what the

Art Bead Scene ~ January

 Ha
Almost forgot to put up a post about this months challenge 
over at
Art Bead Scene.
Details about the artist and the challenge can be read by

I chose to go with the brighter version of the palate.
My art beads are the beautiful handy work of Kerry
of Celtic Designs.
I added some Lampworks beads from my stash.
A few orange Czech faceted beads.
 As well as
silver plated twisted jumprings, brushed  square puffed beads.
 And a hammered toggle.