by Jennifer. (London) My favourite bracelet, it looks so luxurious: Jennifer Euphena Beaded Jewellery … [Read more...] about Beautiful Beaded Bracelet
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by Marianne Melnik. (lampagyongyekszerek - Budapest, Hungary) Painters are always inspiring - especially the French impressionists. Let me show you some of my lampwork bracelets inspired by Claude Monet :) by Marianne Melnik lampagyongyekszerek … [Read more...] about Lampwork Bracelets Inspired by Claude Monet
by Pam Peters. (Rancho Murieta, California) My favorite time of the year is spring when everything is blooming, especially the iris. My favorite is the purple iris. The petals look like velvet. I love the contrast of the green stems and the long thin leaves against the beautiful purple flowers... I wish they would last forever. Well, I found a way to make it … [Read more...] about Iris Fields Forever
by Jennifer Johansson. (United States) A recent creation using acrylic flowers and sterling silver chain bracelet. Jennifer Johansson … [Read more...] about Wrist full of Flowers
by Lynda. (Fresh Baked Designs) This bracelet design was a response to a monthly challenge from Art Bead Scene. The inspiration was a painting by the French impressionist, Maurice Utrillo...titled Italian's House at Monmarte. The main lamp work beads are by Jo Reed. I added some carved stone rounds, glass beads, and carnelian into the mix. I absolutely fell … [Read more...] about Utrillo Bracelet
by Diane Kirkland. (Finders Keepers in Door County, LLC) Here's one of my newest pieces. I love the way bead embroidery looks--it just takes a long time to make! Diane Kirkland … [Read more...] about Bead Embroidery
by Joan Williams. (lilruby) This is another faux enamel piece that I painted with a mixture of Ice resin and pigment powder. I was trying to emulate the fantastic Egyptian style jewelry of the Art Nouveau period by painting the beetle in colors of lapis, turquoise and gold. After the brass beetle stamping was painted, I cut apart some filigree and secured the … [Read more...] about Beetle Mania
by Pat Mulock. (Itza Girl Thing Creations) My sister and I saw a bracelet at a local bead shop we frequent and we decided we just had to learn how to make it. Through some trial and error, we figured out the pattern and discovered that it just screamed to be modified by incorporating different sized seed beads, colors, etc. Here's one of my early modifications of … [Read more...] about Cranberry Cravings
by Les Bijoux Crea-Lune. (Boho Chic Gypsy Jewelry) I made this bracelet with a wealth of unique silver elements, some of which were made by me. All square or rectangular, some are hammered, textured, patterned in various sizes and all unique. I have added a square lime green foil glass bead near the center as well as a round shell bead of the same color inside a … [Read more...] about Neon Lime Bracelet
by Terri Wlaschin. (Rockville, MD) My heart almost stopped when I saw these fantastic organic purple agate beads. Then, I got the hand prop, which so tickled me I had to reshoot pictures I already had on my etsy site. Terri Wlaschin Starseed Jewelry Comments: Oooooh by: Rena These chunky, translucent beads are divine. I love what you've done with … [Read more...] about African Violet
by Shannon Jeffery. (Little Rock, Arkansas) Cuff made from vintage metal decorative fan with hand wired beads. Shannon Jeffery Comments: Who would have thought by: Leigh That a vintage metal fan would end up being a great piece of jewelery. VERY Clever! by: Suz You have a great sense of creativity and imagination to come up with this bracelet! … [Read more...] about Akoma
by Deborah Hall. (South Africa) I used four irregularly shaped chunks of amethyst, smaller amethyst round beads, nearly-clear amethysts, tourmaline chips, sterling silver Bali spacers and three faceted grass-green jade beads for this bracelet. The colors are deep and yummy. I used nylon coated stainless steel wire to string it for strength and durability and a … [Read more...] about Vineyard Amethyst and Faceted Jade Bracelet.