Thursday, April 10, 2008

More choices

Just to up the stakes, I am showing some more stuff that I have made and want to give away...
Maybe the flower bracelet is too casual? I have dressy things, too:

Floating green glass chip necklace
This is a floating green/millefiori glass chip necklace with a toggle clasp.
Trixie might recognize my new beading tote...she was with me when I bought it and I couldn't shut up about how great it was. I am still talking about how great it is. I love it when you buy something that was designed for the purpose you use it for. It obviously was thought up by a beader. And it's a pretty color.


Celestial  purple and crystal and stretchies
Top: Chain bracelet with charms made with blue glass beads, a few Swarovski crystals, tiny stars, swirls and Aurora Borealis beads with toggle clasp.
Left: Purple, pink and clear crystal and glass beaded bracelet with magnetic clasp.
Right: Just some fun stretchy bracelets.


Ocean and tie dyed earrings
(the card is just a spare I had...)
Left: Ocean color bead earrings
Right: "Tie-dyed" glass bead earrings with star dangles

The contest is still on...I have laughed quite a few times, but I will keep it open for another day or so. Winner gets to choose what they want.
Come on, readers! I want to give this stuff away! I know I'm not Birdchick with her cool optic/book giveaways, but hey...

6 comments:

Mary said...

Gosh, Susan. You REALLY do beautiful work. I love the ocean color earrings and the first necklace is gorgeous!

Trixie said...

Shoot! I have been wracking my brain, trying to think of something embarrassing. In true human fashion, I think I have suppressed them.

However, your work is gorgeous. And I went and bought one, too. Mine came from Michael's, since we have no Hobby Lobby. All I could find in this town was black. But it sure beats having everything all over the place and unfindable.

ncmountainwoman said...

Love the jewelry. You are quite an artist.

Mel said...

Just LOOOVE your beading works!!
Pick me! Pick me! Pick me! hahaha

Anonymous said...

I love your blog very much!

RuthieJ said...

You are so talented, Susan! You almost make me want to put down my knitting needles for a while and get back to beading again.