Thursday, December 10, 2009

Concerto!!




I bought this clasp months ago and was waiting for just the right beads to come along to complete it. There are two lampwork glass bead artists featured in this bracelet. Both are very different but their styles compliment each other well. Blue Seraphim created the lovely thin swirled beads in neutral colours. I found her through Kelly Morgan from Silver Parrot. The funky multi coloured beads are from Art By Lisi also on Etsy. I can not remember how I found her exactly but I bought a long strand of her orphan beads and was very pleased with them. As always I just sort of throw things together and hope it works. I have no idea how my mind just seems to pull it all together, I just know that is how it works.

A non-blurry closeup {finally} of Blue Saraphim's beads. {love the new cameras :-)} You can also get a good look at the awesome copper chain that I paid way too much for.

Here is a closeup of Art By Lisi's beautiful beads. I am quite partial to this bracelet, I have worn it a few times now and I don't know if I can part with it.

Just look at those fabulous beads!! I wire wrapped Lisi's beads onto copper rings and attached it to the clasp, and I made wire wrapped charms out of the Blue Seraphim beads and attached them to the chain.



Here you can see the two strands seperately, making them more distinct.

Please let me know what you think of the new pictures and my new favorite bracelet!!

Marie

6 comments:

Marbella Jewelry Designs said...

your photos are great! and the bracelet is beautiful!

Silver Parrot said...

Ah HA! You are one of the ones buying up my favorite vendors' beads before I can get to them LOL! Also, I have that same clasp :-)

Oh, the bracelet is great!

Leslie @ Bei Mondi said...

Wow, what a gorgeous bracelet! And you are rockin' on those pictures.

Farrielle Design and Fashionista said...

I love it is a beautiful bracelet. I stumbled upon your blog, I love it, super cool.

Pretty Things said...

Absolutely STUNNING work!

Mellisa - Chinook Jewelry said...

This bracelet is just divine! You might need to keep that one for yourself I think :)