samedi 15 novembre 2014

Clay and Metal Blog Hop

Il y a quelques mois, je me suis inscrite au  défi  métal et argile organisé par Lisa Lodge de A Grateful Artist - Pine Ridge Treasures. J'ai reçu des composants en polymère de Sharyl McMillian-Nelson et des perles en verre dépoli.
J'ai mis du temps à trouver une idée, je ne voyais pas comment associer ces différentes perles, je trouvais ces perles estivales, alors que j'étais déjà dans l'automne.  J'ai finalement suivi l'idée de l'été, d'un collier simple et joyeux. 
J'ai complété avec quelques autres perles en verre dépoli et des perles venant de chez Emmaüs, le tout noué sur du fil de coton et fermé par deux boutons de nacre.

A few months ago, I signed up for the Clay and Metal blog hop organized by Lisa Lodge from A Grateful Artist - Pine Ridge Treasures

She sent me components by Sharyl McMillian-Nelson and some coordination cultured sea glass beads.
I had a hard time finding an idea, I didn't see how to associate the different beads, the beads said summer and I was already in autumn. So I finally decided to go with summer, to make a simple cheerful necklace.
I added some other cultured sea glass beads, beads from the thrift store and knotted them all together with cotton cord and closed with two mother of pearl buttons.





Maintenant il est temps d'aller faire un tour chez les autres participants.

Now, it's time to hop over to the other participants blogs.

Your hostess:  Lisa Lodge, A Grateful Artist
Melissa Trudinger, Bead Recipes
Jo-Ann Woolverton, It's a Beadiful Creation
Carolyn Lawson, Carolyn's Creations
Shaiha Williams,   Shaiha's Ramblings
Toltec  Jewels, Jewel School Friends
Heather Richter, Desert Jewelry Designs
Kim Dworak, Cianci Blue
Karen Grosset Grange, Ginkgo et Coquelicot            
Ann Schroeder, Bead Love
Lisa Prewitt Knappenberger, LiRaysa Designs
Carol Briody, A Beads Life
Miranda Ackerley, MirandAck
Kari Asbury, Hippie Chick Design
Susan Anderson, La Main Tresor
LeAnne Loftus, First Impression Design

Leithleach Seodra, Alainn Jewelry

27 commentaires:

  1. Very pretty! and with the right outfit I think your piece would transition nicely between summer and autumn :)

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  2. I love what you did in the end. You really made all these different beads go together beautifully. I love those thrift store beads! It all meshes so well with Sharyl's pendant.

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  3. This year, Pastels are the "in colors" for winter, so your piece is right on for the upcoming winter

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  4. You created a very pretty necklace and you'll be able to wear it with lots of things.

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  5. Hi Karin,your necklace is so bright and beautiful. It does feel summery. Great job.

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  6. I just love this necklace! It is going to be perfect for this upcoming summer.

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  7. Lovely necklace, Karin! I always look forward to your designs because they are so creative and fresh. Everything works so well together. Thanks for being in the hop!

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    1. Thank you Lisa for visiting and for organizing all these hops.

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  8. My gosh, how creative you are, Karin! I'm not sure I would have been able to think of what to do with this pendant (and I made it, for goodness sake), but you came up with a fantastic idea that looks great in every way! Thank you for this delightful contribution to the blog hop! --Sharyl

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  9. Your piece is beautiful and could be worn year round where I live. I love your knotting and the asymmetry in your design. It is absolutely beautiful!!!

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  10. How delightful. I love the asymmetry of the piece. Great job!

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  11. Love the colours and the asymmetry of the necklace. Will be a great peice to wear next summer!!

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  12. I love your necklace, it's beautiful. There is nothing wrong with doing summer in the fall :-)

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  13. Well for having a problem coming up with an idea, you did great!..I really love the piece and the colors! Excellent work!

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  14. This necklace remind me of the first days of Spring!..to look forward to a time when snows melt and warm days re-appear with the first brave flowers. I'm always loving how you re-purpose thrift store beads into an amazing new piece! Beautiful.

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