Sunday, June 20, 2010

Inspiration

During this past week, whenever I had a minute, I rearranged these glass beads in my bead tray.
The focal beads helped me with my colour choices. I have had this set for so long that I was determined to finally attach them to something.

The necklace came together and I was a little surprised by my colour palette. I wasn't sure if the beads inspired me or if the idea was in my head.

But when I went outside to photograph the necklace I realized that perhaps the inspiration was subconscious.

The necklace colours are an exact duplicate to my new chair pillows. I sat in these chairs several times this past week waiting for the puppy to come inside. I think their colour palette accidentally seeped into my subconscious.

The necklace is done. The chairs look great. Sunday is here!
Here are some other great jewelery and beading links!


About.com Jewelry Making

If you are selling your jewelry on-line or thinking about it, then you'll find some of these rescources very helpful.

Art Bead Scene

The June Monthly Challenge is a painting by Toulouse-Lautrec.

Beading Arts

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Carmi's Art/Life World

A button get's glammed up with tear drop rhinestones.

Cindy Gimbrone aka Lampwork Diva

Cindy touts one of her favorite colors in this week's rewind.

Earthenwood Studio Chronicles

Melanie explores building materials as texture and symbolism in a new set of pendants inspired by a fortress theme

Lorelei's Blog: Inside the Studio

Lorelei got together for a fun beady date with Kerry Bogert, and together they created a necklace!

Snap Out of It, Jean! There's Beading to be Done!

Jean is fascinated by the beautiful necklace which Jennifer Dangerfield created and reposts her analysis of what makes it so appealing! All jewelry afficionados really must see this lovely piece!

Strands of Beads

Melissa shows off her necklace design that won second place in the Metal Clay category of Bead Dreams 2010.

missficklemedia.com

Come by and visit for a chance to win free Patina-ted Metal Components!

2 comments :

Irene said...

that's some great seepage.

Leslie Jane Moran said...

OOOOOH I do love this piece. I wish my subconscious were as lovely!