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Monday, March 31, 2014

She Made She Made ~ March

Therese and I are here this month with another She Made ~ She Made!

This month's beads are from Therese's stash.  They include dark bronze fire polish beads, several agate rounds, and a beautiful Butterfly from Chinook Designs.

I made three pieces with these beads.

First up, a necklace:




Then a bracelet that I LOVE:




And another bracelet I did before I did the one I LOVE:



Let's run over and see what Therese Made!!!

11 comments:

LisaS said...

Love those beaded beads on the bracelet!! Nice work all around, have a great week ;)

Therese's Treasures said...

Hi Christine,
All of your pieces are beautiful! I love how you made the links in your necklace with the Agate and bronze 4 mm beads and the seed bead color compliments the turquoise color of the butterfly. I love the bracelet that you capped the Agate beads with seed beads very pretty, and so is the simplicity of the second bracelet. I will let you know soon what April's pick will be.
Therese

Maryanne said...

I love what you did with the beads Therese sent. That necklace is fantastic and I love your bracelet too!

Kristen said...

How fun and flowing all your pieces are!

Miss Val's Creations said...

Great designs! I love the bead work you created around the beads of the bracelet. So pretty and unique!

Janet Bocciardi said...

I can see why the one bracelet is your favorite. Mine too! Comfortable to wear? This process makes me think why some do collections - you work with similar materials and you get at least one that really works or sings to you. I do love that necklace, too!

windrock studio said...

All beautiful but I really LOVE the last bracelet!

Monique (A Half-Baked Notion) said...

In awe of the beady loveliness, as always, Christine :)

BackstoryBeads said...

Love the necklace! Those agate rounds remind me of citrine, which always says Spring to me, especially when paired with navy. On closer inspection, those rounds have bright pops of lots of Spring color. And the best part? These designs would go with everything in my closet!

AntiquityTravelers said...

you are my favorite beady teach :) and I just love your ever expanding repertoire of ladder variations! It really compliments your butterfly, and loving that bracelet (I bet it has great 'swing' on the wrist - ha) But the star of the show is that bracelet with beaded beads ... I saw this baby up close and could not stop playing with it - it is truly stunning ... and so very Christine! LOVE it!

Liz E said...

Gorgeous necklace. The links worked out beautifully. The love bracelet is wonderful. It looks like eyeballs!