Saturday, August 25, 2012

Soups On ~ the 3rd Reveal is here!

Soupe du Jour
Multi Strand
Artsy
Lampwork - Chunky
Lampwork - Lite (for the dieters)
Gemstones
Seed beads
For the first piece
I used this amazing one of a kind 
focal by Princess Peggy
the lamp work beads the amethyst
 and purple round glass beads from 
the soup Sarah sent for this one
Then added items from my own stash.
As well as some of the purple glass leaves from 
the very first bead soup soup from 
Even 3 of my own sorry lampwork beads.
Used the floral toggle clasp for this bracelet
used the purple cord to make this one
used the magnetic heart clasp for  this bracelet.
With the 
Bonus Beads
 I made earrings and a bracelet

You'll have to read the previous bead soup 
posts to know how this happened.

Soup mix #2
Used The focal and the faceted carnelian 
along with items from my stash
Used the 3 strand box clasp on this one 
below and the red orange cats eye
 heart beads form Sarah.

Added  red coral beads and some others
from my stash of beads
So much to ...so much to see.
I could of written more details about each piece.
But put a fork in me (spoon)
I'm done.
Thank You Lori 
for another 
Amazing Bead Soup Blog Party!
And all the work involved in the behind the scenes 
to get us all ready for the 
Bead Soup Reveals: 
 Un, Deux, and Trois
Thanks to my generous soup partner 
Sarah Goode
For the list of participants click on this link
 When you have time why not check out 
all the ladies who participated in the 
6th Bead Soup Blog Party!

66 comments:

Vivi Magoo said...

Beautiful work ~ Very creative use of your ingredients ~ How energetic you are!

Pookledo said...

Wow! So beautiful. i can say how impressed I am by your pieces. :)

Kashmira said...

Its all so pretty! The bracelets are my favorite :)

Mags said...

I just love the 'princess Peggy' necklace and the purple bracelet!

pepita said...

Beautiful pieces, all of them!!

Charis Designs said...

What lovely creations! My fav is the purple flower bracelet :)

A Half-Baked Notion said...

Terri, how warm and pretty are the colour combinations you chose! it is wonderful that you even incorporated leftovers into your featured recipes. That is a sign of someone who really knows how to "cook"!

Shirley said...

Wow! You have made some awesome pieces! I love the Lesley Watt's bracelet, and the one with your lampies is wonderful. The carnelian necklace is timeless, but I think my fave is the last necklace. Great job!!

KayzKreationz said...

Wonderful pieces. I really like your first bracelet in the first set with the toggle clasp. I like all the texture and color in it. But they're all great.

Cheri said...

Wow! Love all your pieces, that was some soup!

Cheri

Loretta said...

The soup was tasty. Very creative designs.

tappingflamingo said...

Love the turquoise triangular earrings. Those would be fun to wear. You sure made a lot of really nice pieces!

AntiquityTravelers said...

wow! so much beautiful work! I love all your bracelets - so pretty!

Karen Williams said...

Wow! You were busy! What great use you made of the beads from your two collections. Love to see the different styles.

Cherry Obsidia said...

Simply wonderful...

Zydie said...

Wow such beautiful creations!!!
I love the first necklace so much!

Rachel said...

Love the bracelet with the toggle floral clasp! Just gorgeous!

Shiraz said...

I really love that first bracelet. All of the pieces are beautiful! Lovely job.

AllesPerle said...

Beautiful pieces, I specially like the first bracelet.

Shaiha said...

Wow Terri your pieces are amazing! I just love that first necklace and bracelet,and I am not usually drawn to purple.

Sweet Freedom said...

Very nice work - you have been busy! I really like the purple cord bracelet. I have tutorial that looks really similar to it, and I keep meaning to pull out the tutorial and try it. It's beautiful - they all are!

Cece Cormier said...

Well done. Like the necklaces and that purple cord bracelet.

Kathy Combs said...

You made some really fun pieces with your soup. I'm especially fond of the little lavendar bracelet. Super design!

Alice said...

Beautiful pieces, and you made so many! I just love that first bracelet--very elegant!

Lori Anderson said...

Holy COW but I love that first necklace so much! And you did wonderful work with all you were sent -- thank you so much for participating and please come again in Jan/Feb!

Rdegas said...

All of your pieces are absolutely stunning!

Isolina Perez said...

Oh my! Love all the pieces you created. Gorgeous!

gretchen said...

Goodness! these are all just wonderful, you do have a great design eye and I love how you put all the pieces together.

Jean said...

Love what you did with your soup, You made so many nice things, I would have a hard time picking a fav!!

Lupe Meter said...

Beautiful creations! What a great bead soup! Great job!

Jen Judd said...

Terri...I'm loving your beautiful blog! Not only are all your soup pieces very inspiring, but I want to dig in and see more of your art. So pretty!!! Jen

Linda Y said...

Wowser, you certainly did a great job and soo many pieces. I love the necklace and the bracelet with your own lampwork. Beautiful.

A Polymer Penchant said...

Oh so pretty, great work! I think the first necklace is really stunning, so hard to combine a lot of elements with beautiful lampwork like that, but you gave the focal some great breathing room and the design sings!

bwheather said...

These are all really lovely. Well done. ;-)

Sandi Volpe said...

Beautiful lampwork necklace and love the bracelet with the flower toggle.

BlueAntiquities said...

Hi, I love all your work, but I especially like the heart bracelet. Pretty! Laura

said...

I love all your pieces!
ciao dall'Italia

LeeLu Creations said...

I love the purple bracelet!

Donetta said...

You made so many beautiful things...I'm impressed by not only the beauty of the pieces, but by the originality and thought put into each. I'm inspired by your work!

Ann said...

You made 2 fantastic collections. It's amazing how many beautiful things you came up with. That purple bracelet is really interesting, you have to look really closely to see that it's two strands alternating through those rings. Fascinating:)

Cindy Cima said...

Gorgeous designs - love all your creations!
The first necklace is my favorite - wonderful!

Andra - NadrArt ( Bijoux De Mon Ange) said...

Great pieces! So elegant and sophisticated!

Kumi at Malie Kai Designs said...

So many beautiful creations! Beautiful work!

ANULAL said...

This "soup" is healthy for art! Truly!

roomforchange said...

Such wonderful creativity!! Beautiful!!

Jean A. Wells said...

Everything you made is gorgeous. My favorite is the coral three strand necklace. What a beauty that is. Love the bracelet based on Thea's tutorial too. That is one famous tute - obviously because it is one great design. Great job!

CraftyHope said...

You've made a really wonderful collection of pieces. My eye is especially drawn to the purple bracelet as well as the bracelet and earring set. Fabulous job!

jojosbeads said...

Did I comment already? Maybe I did, maybe I didn't.... perhaps I think I did because I got to see the soup before it was posted lol Stunning work! LOVE what you did with the first necklace ~ I was curious to see what you would make with it. All Beautiful pieces :)

Marlene Cupo said...

What a beautiful collection. Love the first necklace. Great soup!

Tumblestone Handmakery said...

Your blog is so beautiful!!!
And your jewelry is so well done, great job, all of it is lovely!
I HAVE to follow your blog - it's too pretty not to! :)

Lori Bergmann said...

Wow, I can't believe how many great and different designs you were able to achieve with your soup mixes! It's hard to choose, but that 3-strand coral necklace is probably my favorite. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier and leaving your kind comment too! *Ü*

Becky Pancake said...

Great designs. All of your pieces are very creative & unique & you made so many.I like the purple bracelet the best & purple is not normally a color that I pick.

Ahowin said...

La soupe du jour est très bonne. I love all of them. the bracelet is wonderful.

Loris Glassworks said...

I love what you've done with your soup(S). I think the first neclace is my favorite, I love that focal! You did a great juob using the various ingredients. Cheers!
Lori D.

Bobbie said...

All very nice pieces, but the earrings really jumped out for me -- just a really nice balance of shape and color!

Karen Mitchell said...

Beautiful designs. Love the purple bracelet!

Tanya Ozanne said...

Really lovely pieces.Well done.Love and HUgs Tanya

Kepi said...

Love each piece, gorgeous work!

A said...

Beautiful work. The ear rings are my favorite.

Jan Mader said...

Wow...beautiful. Looks like a good place to Christmas shop!

I'm back blogging again and would love to have you (and others) join me for really quick writing activities!

Hope to see you soon!

Elizabeth Beads said...

Very fine work, fun to see it!

Marti C. said...

Love everything you did! The colors are striking and the way you put everything together was just great! Wonderful job!

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fay ................................................... said...

Nice soup mix... loved the bracelets

beadrecipes said...

Great creations! I really like the collection of bracelets and the necklaces are lovely.

Christine said...

You made so many lovely pieces!! I love your necklace and purple cord bracelet!!