Sisters Three – Beaded Embroidery

by Rose Marie Cooper-Barden.
(Home Studio)

This piece was inspired by me having two sisters of my own.

Sisters Three - Beaded Embroidery by Rose Marie Cooper-Barden  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

The finished piece

This piece was embroidered with colorful beads and sea shells from one of our lovely beaches here in Florida, Ana Maria.

The sketch for Sisters Three - Beaded Embroidery by Rose Marie Cooper-Barden  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

The sketch for Sisters Three – Beaded Embroidery

Bead embroidery outline for Sisters Three - Beaded Embroidery by Rose Marie Cooper-Barden  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Outlining the sketch with bead embroidery

The Headdresses are made of Sand Dollars, Clam Shells and the tallest is a Mystery shell; has a Paua Shell vibe on one side and rough on other.

The application of shells and beading embroidery for the headdresses for Sisters Three - Beaded Embroidery by Rose Marie Cooper-Barden  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Application of shells and beading embroidery for the headdresses

I love Beaded Embroidery, because it gives texture to framed art.

Rose Marie Cooper-Barden
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Comments

  1. What a clever idea for using the shells and combining them with the bead embroidery! And a lovely way to commemorate the bond with your sisters. This is really a neat idea, Rose, and I love the thought that went into every touch of this unique piece. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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