Author Archives: Cheryl
Thanks to Diana Ptaszinski from Suburban Girl Studio LLC I decided to make a bracelet inspired by Stephanie Sersich. It incorporates waxed linen inside and you see it best on the loop. I made all the little bubble beads that have a peace murrini in them. . Contact me directly if you are interested in […]
I love blog hops. This one was organized by a former Bead soup partner of mine Diana Ptaszinski. From Suburban Girl Studio LLC. http://www.suburbangirlstudio. She took several courses focusing on waxed linen so the focus of this blog hop is waxed linen. I made a bracelet based on work by Stephanie Sersich. It incorporates waxes […]
Well here is the last of my bead soup pieces for the reveal. I loved the mother of pearl chips and these amazing big bold squarish links. I wanted to do something smashing with them. See those amazing links aren’t they to die for! And now the finished pieces. In my stash I […]
I have to say a huge thank you to Lori Anderson from http://www.prettythingsblog.com for organizing this great Bead Soup adventure again. And then to my amazingly generous partner Monique Urquhart from http://ahalfbakednotion.blogspot.ca New Brunswick. So here are the first ones that are done. I received so much that I will also post a couple more pieces […]
Hi everyone even if it has been cold I have been thinking about flowers!,, here are some more new products for the sale at D. luxe Saturday.
This weekend I was stuck on hearts. Full red hearts with messages. Hearts on top for decoration and some black hearts for fun.
Here is the fun piece I made for Murray’s piano teacher. It is a hollow lined with silver. Before I lined it I filled it with micro beads and some Swarovski crystals and some vintage piano music. Then it is hung on a chain finished off with a dangly couple notes of silver.
I have seen this type of work before as my neighbour has some from her travels in Mexico. The amount of work is just not comprehend able.
Again this year many volunteers at Crystal Park school will be having a wonderful celebration of the arts. These little folks will be available for sale along with a bracelet made with lampwork Easter eggs and then a necklace with a large lampwork red heart with matching earrings.