Saturday, April 13, 2013

Second Reveal..........drum roll .... My bead Soup!

Lupe Meter, http://gesmpccorner.blogspot.com/ Sent me this bead soup.......well I, being very new to making any kind of jewelry was totally stumped on what to do with her beautiful polymer focal. I would just sit and look and move things around and just had no clue. I figured her focal piece should stand out so I would go with what I knew best, simple! Heres the soup she sent me and the beautiful focal piece! And here is what I've come up with. I actually no longer have it in my possession. My daughter was modeling it for me and when she went home, it went home with her. She doesn't wear much jewelry but it looked beautiful on her so I didn't mind it leaving at all. Lupe, I hope you like what I've made with your beautiful soup and focal piece! Since I'm late getting started I need to get going on seeing this second reveal and I'm starting with http://gesmpccorner.blogspot.com/ For the rest of the list of blogs head over here.......http://www.prettythingsblog.com/ Be sure to look at Loris' blog first, her soup there is beautiful!! Thanks for stopping by sue

33 comments:

  1. What a lovely focal piece. You definitely did this justice!

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  2. Beautiful work! It looks lovely on your daughter. She's one lucky lady~ Bravo!

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  3. What a lovely colourful creation!

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  4. Lovely! I definitely think your design helps the focal stand out. Nicely done! :D

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  5. Really fantastic use of colour - great!

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  6. LOVE that clay focal .
    No wonder your daughter walked away with that necklace
    It's Gorgeous !!!

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  7. Wow - I think you showed off that amazing focal awesomely :) I can see why your daughter made off with that piece! Gorgeous!

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  8. very elegant project!congrats!

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  9. Beautiful, Sue!!! You did an awesome job with my polymer clay piece! It looks beautiful on your daughter as well! I'd say you did fantastic for your first time. It was a pleasure to have you as a partner!

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  10. wow, lovely use of the focal ! It would have stumped me utterly.

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  11. Now that is a stunning piece! Great job!

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  12. I like what you did with your soup. I adore the bead you sent to Lupe. Off to check out your other work.

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  13. Beautiful piece, my dear - I love the focal bead, Lupe sent to you. I'm sure your daughter has been persuaded easily into beeing your model!

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  14. Very pretty piece, nice work.

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  15. Thank you everyone!! Lupes' piece is so wonderful and she was such a great partner!! I really enjoyed being a part of this bead soup blog hop!!
    Thank you Lupe and Lori!!
    sue

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  16. I can definitely see why the necklace went home with your daughter. What a great design!

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  17. I love that your design is focusing on the beautiful pendant. Such a bold necklace that can play along with just about anything :-)

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  18. What a beautiful pendant! You showcased it well.

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  19. Well I can see why it found a happy home right away, great job!

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  20. You had a beautiful soup, great work with that focal!

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  21. You did a great job with your Bead Soup!

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  22. That is beautiful and it doesn't look simple at all. I love it.

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  23. Wonderful job! I'm sure your necklace will be well-loved by your daughter.

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  25. Very pretty! And what a lucky daughter to get to take it home with her...

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  26. Very pretty piece...great colors! Such a nice gift...she must be thrilled. Great job!

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  27. This must be great♥, wearing it in Summer! A great combination, the soup and what you did with it...

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