Saturday, March 30, 2013

TODAY IS REVEAL DAY 7th Bead Soup Blog Party!

WAHOO!  Finally got my camera to cooperate with me.  I'm so sorry I'm a little late posting this, but I wanted to wait till today to take pics of my creation when we had SUN!

SUN for the whole day!  We haven't had sun or no snow for a few days now - YAY HAPPY SPRING EVERYONE!

Ok, enough babble....drum roll please....


Here is the Bead Soup my partner Rachel Baron from R. Baron Designs sent to me.....

And what I made from my Soup......

I used the wonderful handmade lampwork focal bead from Rachel, picked up some of the brown in the piece.  I used the toggle as a side ornament on the necklace.  I also used some of the sea glass from my soup.  I pulled a sea glass piece from my stash that matched the colors I've wanted to wait to use for just the right piece.   I also used some of the crystals and pale green gemstones she sent as well.  I added one of my favorite friends - a frog - in the piece (like you would probably expect that-right?). You should be able click on the picture to enlarge it to see the beautiful focal piece.

Stop by Rachel's blog to see the wonderful piece she made with the Soup I sent to her.  I love the way she turned the heart I sent as a focal upside down - it's awesome!  See her awesome piece here.

This Party was sooo much fun!  Thank you Lori at Pretty Things for the opportunity to connect with new bloggers and to encourage us to think outside the box to create some wonderful pieces.  I did want to make a bracelet / earrings with the rest of my soup but the deadline snuck up on me.  When I do, I'll post them here.

Please leave me a comment and let me know what you think of my Bead Soup Necklace 2013.



Ok, so do you want to see MORE Soup creations?  Here is the list of all the bloggers whose reveal day is today.....Enjoy, these are all wonderful!


Thank you for stopping by today!

Ciao Friends!

Bev

































77 comments:

Ev Shelby said...

Wonderful creation! Love the froggy...:) Blue is my favorite color, so especially liked what you did with the components you were given! :)

Pretty Things said...

AWESOME pendant work! I love what you made!!! And how awesome you added the frog.

Thanks for participating!

PiPa said...

It's so beautiful and delicate, great work

Tara P. said...

I love the colors and your necklace is beautiful!

Dry Gulch said...

Beautiful soft color and necklace.

gelfling50 said...

I love it you are so talented you style and vision is stunning.

Lorelle said...

Lovely pendant came together nicely

vovsblog said...

Beautiful Design well done!

Lori Jean Poppe said...

The color is so beautiful and the added frog is so cute. I love it!

ACBeads said...

Beautiful design. I love the way you've added another component to your focal to have a bigger pendant.

Rachel said...

I love how you pulled so many cool elements into such a gorgeous necklace--that piece of sea glass was the perfect addition for the pendant! Beautiful!!

Audrey Bélanger said...

Lovely work, dear !

Rosemary Cheslock said...

Beautiful ! great job !!!

Rosemary Cheslock said...

Beautiful job !

April Grinaway said...

Lovely pendant. Great designs...

Mary Hicks said...

What a pretty color combo, nice composition and a great necklace!

Micheladas said...

I love the colors and the style of your necklace.. something I would def wear. Awesome job.

Christine Hansen said...

Bev - oh, what a yummy soup you received! I love how you gave it an assymetrical twist - and the frog adds the perfect personal touch to the piece! Can't wait to see how you use the leftovers from your soup! Glad to hear you're getting a bit of spring weather - bet you're more than ready for that, right? Smooches, c

Cheryl McCloud said...

Beautiful necklace. Love the colors

Elizabeth Beads said...

Beautiful work!

Maddy*Moo said...

So pretty and delicate

Pam Chesbro said...

Your froggy looks friendly!
You used your soup to its best advantage. Love the colors in the piece.

Susan Bowie said...

very pretty.

B.R.Kuhlman said...

I totally adore your design. The blue is lovely, and you used that lampwork focal perfectly. I love the little froggie, too! ♥

re-maker said...

The colors in your soup make me think of a sunny day at the beach! The button you chose looks like a little sand dollar. Very nice work!

Dyanne said...

I love your work of art! The colors are beautiful and I love the frog!

Liz E said...

Ooooo the dangly focal with the froggy is just delightful. What about a matching bracelet? Nice use of the soup!

Dana said...

Really love the necklace and looks like something I would wear.... ha ha.

la mar de bonita said...

Very well done. You did a nice arrangement of the focal bead with the little froggy and the piece of seaglass!

13 said...

love the fresh colours, great work

Krafty Max said...

Great job!! I really like the sea glass, but for me, it is the button...just love it!! ~KM http://kraftymax.blogspot.com/2013/03/7th-bead-soup-blog-party-reveal-33113.html

Mulligan Stew Jewelry said...

Very, very lovely! Asymmetrical design is so pretty. The frog is adorable!

Nan Smith said...

Beautiful soup! delicate and summery.

Laurie said...

Very lovely piece

EB Bead and Metal Works, LLC said...

Wonderful piece - love the little frog charm :)

Marti C. said...

Very nice!

Sea of Dreams said...

Beautiful design for your necklace!

coffeeaddict said...

so cute! I love how all the components come together and the button is a perfect adition

The Creative Klutz said...

Beautiful work - I just love frogs ... so sweet how you worked the lil guy in there =)

Patricia Johnson said...

Nice job with your soup. I really like the sea glass and the cute little frog you added.

Lori Bergmann said...

I think you did a great job with your soup mix! Thanks for sharing and hope you're having as much fun on this great blog hop as I am! *Ü*

Cris Peacock said...

I just love your jewelry designs Bev and this one is extra special! Beautiful soup--love that you added the froggy :)

Mimi {SignatureSterling} said...

Such a beautiful design! And yes, love the frog :)

Lilyweeds at Augusta Kent Studio said...

lovely colors and i love the use of the frog!

Renetha said...

Very whimsical.

Carolyn Gebert said...

beautiful !! love the frog :)

Shirley Hall said...

That is beautiful, Bev!

ingetraud said...

Very nice piece. You are good at asymmetry, something I struggle with.

Rain said...

Nice use of your components... love that focal. and yay frog! :-D

Kitten said...

LOVE what you created with your Bead Soup, Bev...and of course the frog is a personal touch for you...like your signature. Awesome job, my dear!
xo
Debbie
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Cynthia said...

I really like your design, very airy and light! Love that little button!

anafiassa said...

What a delightful piece! I love the colors, and the frog... and, well, pretty much everything. Nicely done! :D

Karen Mitchell said...

Great design, love the button and the frog charm.

Lupe Meter said...

Lovely creation!!

Rochelle Brisson said...

Beautiful necklace, love how delicate it is. I also got some beach glass beads in my soup!

salla said...

I was immediately struck by how you used the old button. Wonderful!

Cheryl Gangle said...

Pretty, Pretty, Pretty! I love the color pallet and the design that you created with your soup ingredients. Thank you for sharing your talents with us.

Bobbie said...

I like the asymmetry of the piece, and how cute is that little frog on the sea glass?!

Heidi Kingman Jewelry / MyBeadTherapy said...

Awww - great piece! Love the froggy -- but the button was what caught my eye first. Lovely design. :)

Lutka And Co. said...

Beautiful necklace! I love the colors!

Nchantme said...

Great use of your soup! Thanks for sharing!

RanaLea said...

I love the piece! (and I love the frog--the one in the soup AND the one in your header photo. My name means frog! lol!) All these elements are fabulous together!

Barbara Mason said...

Pretty piece love the colors and I found the frog!!!

Carol D. said...

I collect frogs so I was immediately attracted to the title of your blog. Love the addition of the from to the necklace too. Do you use frogs often?

Mowse Doyle said...


The way you pulled all of the elements together is very interesting !

Shalini Austin said...

Very pretty!

Becky Pancake said...

You did a great job using your soup. Your frog is cute.

Alicia said...

Gorgeous soup ingredients, I so love that palette! I love your necklace too - perfect for a summer dress :)

Kathy Lindemer said...

Cool piece!

Peikkonen said...

A great piece! I think the frog binds the sea glass pendant really well to the focal bead from the soup.

brandi said...

~a unique and clever piece you created from your soup you received...beautifully done...much love light and blessings~

glassymom said...

Very pretty!!

Peggy Gabrielson said...

Lovely design!

Fire Phoenix said...

Great necklace, a beautiful design!

marina kosovic said...

Great Work!

sam Waghorn said...

Fab frog,love the combo with the sea glass, it all looks beautiful.

CraftyHope said...

What a really pretty piece you made. I like all the little bits you added to it to really make it yours. Nice job!