Sunday, July 01, 2012

Canada Day - A Time To Just Relax

 I had some very unexpected free time yesterday.
I had been planning to be so busy this long weekend that discovering I had free time came as a surprise. 
 I finally strung my Klimt Necklace.  It has been waiting for a very long time. 
The main bead component is so gorgeous that all I really needed to do was showcase it.
Hope my Canadian freiends are enjoying their long weekend!

Rectangle Black Onyx - Judith, by Klimt
This gorgeous rectangular Russian pendant is hand-painted with the highest quality precision brushes available. There are multiple layers of paint and lacquer applied to black onyx to produce the depth and perfection in each of these pendants. This design is based on the famous Gustav Klimt painting, Judith, and is sure to give your design a touch of feminine beauty.
Here are my Sunday Bead Blogger Links.

Beads & Books
Michelle shares some red, white, and blue inspiration for the Fourth of July. Jewelry Making
Cool off, kick off your shoes, and make some jewelry for your tootsies.

Beading Arts
Cyndi is finishing up Mixed Media Jewelry month with lists and lists of tutorials!

Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done!
It is food for thought...Or maybe it's just food, when Jean wonders "Who am I Today".

Resin Crafts!
A one week complex resin project featuring bezel wire and resin begins with the first of five posts.

Art Bead Scene
Heather picks out a treasury of cool and woodsy white colored beads and components for summer inspiration.

Earthenwood Studio Chronicles
Melanie joins along in the Bohemian Inspired Jewelry blog hop with a necklace inspired by projects in the book.


  1. Just stunning! Happy Canada Day

  2. This is a gorgeous necklace!

  3. It is very interesting jewelry, i really appreicate your efforts taken for the same to share it with all.