Saturday, March 30, 2013

BSBP 7 REVEAL

This is the soup I got from Liz.
She does beautiful bead embroidery.
Take a look at her amazing pieces at http://www.beadcontagion.blogspot.com/
I would like to thank LORI ANDERSON for managing to make this BSBP a big sucess.
Please make sure to visit all the participants from BSBP7 and here is the link to the blogs;
http://lorianderson-beadsoupblogparty.blogspot.com/2013/03/7th-bead-soup-blog-party-first-reveal.html

For my Bead Soup I made 3 bracelets:




I made this bracelet using the green and pink fire polished beads and I also used the lady bug, but you can barely see it.

This bracelet I used the 8/0 delica seed beads in pink.

And for the last bracelet I used the hematite squares and I also used the drops for the edges.
I had so much fun doing this challenge. I hope you take a look at all the beautiful creations from the BSBP 7.

53 comments:

  1. You've designed beautiful pieces that look so elaborate. I'm a newbie to bead weaving. I especially love your 3rd bracelet because non-round beads add interest to seed bead designs. Have a great Party time!

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  2. You do beautiful work! The first bracelet is my favorite and a something I want to try in the future.

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  3. Wow that is a lot of seed beading. Great work on all 3!

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  4. I'm on the 3rd reveal, I'm partecipating for the 3rd time on BSBP, I'm visiting all blogs...
    seed beading is a mistery for me, I think it is very difficult... great work!
    ciao dall'Italia

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  5. All three are beautifully done and I absolutely love the netting in the first bracelet!

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  6. Amazing work !
    Very nice jewelries!

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  7. Beautyful. I love especially the first bracelet with its deep colors.

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  8. You beadweavers amaze me. Love love the textures and colors and wonderfulness in that first bracelet.

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  9. I admire anyone who can work with seed beads! These are beautiful!

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  10. The first bracelet is my ♥ favourite ♥ because of the great colours!

    greetings from The Netherlands

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  11. WOW! Hard to choose which is my favorite. They are all so different, each one has its own special beauty and charm. I absolutely love what you did with those beads!!!

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  12. Gorgeous! I don't have the attention span for the little beads but I'm glad you do so that I can oogle over your work. Lovely!
    Emily

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  13. I don't do seed beads so this is amazing to me.
    Simply beautiful work!

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  14. Yay! Seed beads! I especially love that top one - such a romantic, soft look...

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  15. Beadweavers... You lots are crazier than I am ! But oh my, the detail on these... WOOOW.

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  16. Beautiful work on these bracelets. I really love the first one!

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  17. Beautiful work - the netted bracelet is gorgeous.

    ~cryssT

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  18. Great bracelets! Love the first best.

    I’m in the third reveal. Can’t wait.
    kathy

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  19. Wonderful bead work. Love them.

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  20. I really like the netting effect of the first one and the last is very delicate and elegant. Great job!

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  21. Great beadwork, love your bracelets!

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  22. Lovely beadwork. Love the bracelets.

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  23. Jasvanti,
    The bracelets that you have created are lovely! I especially like the first one!
    :) thank you for visiting my blog, yesterday!

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  24. a lot of work with great results!

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  25. Gorgeous bracelets, and that first one is really beautiful! Wow-I can't imagine what a lot of work went into those!

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  26. i love how uniquely different each piece is. well done!!

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  27. Love all three bracelets! Wish I could work with seed beads that way!

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  28. I admire seed beader/bead weaving work soooo much! Each piece is so different and intricate. Beautiful work!!

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  29. Beautiful bracelets! The first one is my favorite. I like how you used completely different techniques to make 3 pretty bracelets! Great job!

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  30. Lovely beadwork. Especially I love the first one.

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  31. The netted bead bracelet is gorgeous, great job!

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  32. All 3 of your bracelets are beautiful.

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  33. Hello I love your amazing pieces they are beautiful...I especially love the first one ...I haven't learned bead weaving yet but hope to one day. You are awesome at it though. Very Very talented...ty for sharing, bye for now and Happy beading

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  34. Wow, I envy those people who can do seed bead work! All three are pretty, but I love that first one!

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  35. Beautiful pieces! The first one is my favorite!

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  36. wow!!! Amazing beadweaving!! I just love the 'wrapped' beads in the first one, it looks so RICH!! ~KM http://kraftymax.blogspot.com/2013/03/7th-bead-soup-blog-party-reveal-33013.html

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  37. You are a very talented bead artist! I really like the first bracelet , but all of them are so beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

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  38. the first netted piece is gorgeous! The beads go so well together, the little lady bug is a nice touch. Nice work on all of them!

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  39. Very nice pieces! Nice work, very pleasing designs.

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  40. LOVEly work, that first bracelet is my favorite!

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  41. Lovely pieces! It's nice to see a couple of seed beaders paired together as partners!

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  42. Great job! Your pieces look so fun!

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  43. Lovely designs - each bracelet is very unique.

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  44. Beautiful beadwork, Jas.... You're one talented beader!! Eva : - )

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  45. Your bracelets are wonderful. My favorite is the first one-- the colors are great. I really like how you broke the rope in half and linked a crystal in the center. Wow!

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  46. All three of your bracelets are beautiful, but that first one just amazes me. I like how the other beads seem to be trapped in the seed bead netting. Very cool. :)

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