Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Bead Soup Party......The Big Reveal!!!

The Day is finally here.........the Bead soup party reveal!! I have had my bracelet done for quite a while, and have had a hard time keeping it under wraps till today, I think it turned out pretty well!My swap partner was Maria Greene and she sent me all kinds of beautiful enameled copper beads she had made her self, and I had fun using them, and added a lot of my own stuff from my stash....
You can access the list of participants at http://www.prettythingsblog.com
please visit all the other participants blogs and check out their beautiful creations!
and thanks for checking out mine too!



45 comments:

  1. This is great I love it... I'm just starting to suffer from a seed bead addiction...

    Lynne

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  2. How pretty! I am in awe of those of you who work with seed beads.

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  3. So pretty!
    Love It!
    Maria

    You are welcome to stop by for a cup of "Spring" soup on my blog.
    www.mariagrimes.blogspot.com

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  4. Oooooooooo Pretty and in my favorite colors too!

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  5. Very pretty. I love the color combination!

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  6. Love what you've done with the seed beads and her components! You are blessed to be able to work with them, and your work is lovely.

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  7. gotta love blue!

    Thanks for the cup of soup.

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  8. Wow this is sooo good...you make good soup...actually outstanding jewelry...I love this party!

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  9. Such pretty beadwork to frame your bead soup treasures--well done!

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  10. Wow! Seed beads and I don't get along -- I'm half blind -- but I love to see the work done. You did great!


    Thanks for being a part of the party -- we'll do it again soon!

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  11. great color combo - and enamel beads are so fun to work with!

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  12. Beautiful! The color combo is awesome!

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  13. Very eclectic! Love the way you mixed the different tones and textures! Great Job!

    In Beads and Happiness,
    Suzann Sladcik Wilson

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  14. Pretty! I totally admire your seed bead patience!

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  15. What great use you made of those beads, Norma!! They look so pretty with your seed beads. I'm proud to be part of your creation!! :)

    Maria

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  16. Beautiful combination of elements!

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  17. I'm in awe of anyone who works w/ seed beads like this :)

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  18. Beautiful :) I'm glad you had a lot of fun too!

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  19. Your bracelet is beautiful! I love the colors. The bead weaving here is so interesting! I love how it's different in each section!

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  20. Love the colors, so pretty. Love the detail and variety in your bead work. Great job!

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  21. So pretty! I wish I could bead weave... I need smaller fingers. :)

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  22. Beautiful bracelet, Norma... you did a wonderful job w/ Maria's pieces!

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  23. What lovely lovely work youve done wow!!!!
    Such tslent :)

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  24. what an original design..love how you incorporated the beads into your beadwork...great job!!

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  25. Whoa, this is such a super creative piece. Love the color and design.

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  26. Fantastic! Sometimes you just have listen to the beads!

    Hasn't this been fun?!?

    Emanda
    www.ArtemisiaStudio.blogspot.com

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  27. Gosh! you are skilled, I admire seed bead work but I don'y seem to have the patience for it.

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  28. What a lovely design! And probably very tranquil working with those colors. I used to do seed bead work till my eyes got too bad, it was very relaxing!

    Hope you are enjoying the Party!
    Kate ~
    Organic Odysseys #46 Bead Souper

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  29. Great job. I love the colors. It's so nice airy.

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  30. So beautiful. Your patience is amazing!

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  31. Wow Norma, I would have never thought about that. Very nice design.

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  32. Wow Norma, I would have never thought about that. Very nice design. And I love the colors.

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  33. What an unusual way to highlight the beads! Great job!

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  34. VERY pretty - love the colors and your beadwork!

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  35. Love the colors and this looks like a really fun piece to wear! Great work!

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  36. That evokes an under the sea feel to me. I have no patience for seed beads so I really appreciate the time it must have taken to complete this! Really lovely!
    Thanks for the heaping serving of bead soup. If you haven't already, do come by and taste some of mine!
    Enjoy the day! Erin

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  37. Pretty blues! A unique and creative bracelet. Wonderful!

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  38. Beautiful job with seed beads. Love the feel of this bracelet.

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  39. That is lovely! I never would have thought of bead weaving around the beads like that.

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  40. It is a beauty! Your seed bead design is so intricate...I have no idea how one creates jewelry like this - I am in awe! :-)
    Cindy

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  41. Very pretty! I like your beadwork! It's so clever and well executed.

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  42. very intricate work! Lovely colors. Thanks for sharing!

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