Saturday, April 8, 2017

BEAD PEEPS SWAP AND HOP 2017

WELCOME to the bead peeps swap and hop 2017. I hope you all had a great time swap and now hopping.

My partner in this hop is Kristina Peck from Michigan. She likes to work with glass and up-cycled materials. She hadn't used too many art beads so I sent her a few of my handmade polymer clay beads to have fun with. I also surprised her with a plethora of blue beads from vintage  to new, silver accents and a pair of my enameled butterfly charms that I made.  Hopefully she has fun with all my handmade components.   I plan to use some of my handmade components with the beads she sends me too.


Kristina's blog address is:  Kristina Peck http://tealeavesandtinyhats.blogspot.com/
Here is what i sent Kristina
And this is what she sent to me:
Of coarse i procrastinated until last week and made one item then.  Its been a long hard winter at my house with my being sick 5 of 8 weeks with sinus infection  norovirus then pneumonia to top it off and my son in a bad car accident with a broken back , but hopefully spring brings good things.
One wonderful thing this winter was the birth of my granddaughter Leah.



But on to bigger things like what I made from my goodies.  The pendant was by Muddy rivers by Barbara Rog. I added more czech beads to make this necklace.


next came earrings

I used my handmade etched copper components.

Love this one and will surely wear it around.  It contains the czech glass beads from Kristina paired  with patinad copper, copper spacers and a focal from a class at Pflora beads with a german glass doll in the middle. I am in love with this necklace.

next:

I paired the wonderful wood beads and czech beads, chain and clasp with one of my copper components for this fun necklace.

I hope you enjoyed seeing all my jewelry that I made.
have fun hopping .

Linda Anderson - Hostess -
http://fromTheBeadBoard.blogspot.com


Non-Seed Beaders
Linda Anderson   http://fromTheBeadBoard.blogspot.com
Christina Hickman http://www.vintagetreasuresjewelry.blogspot.com

Catherine LaVite http://drygulchbeadsandjewelry.blogspot.com/
Barbara Price   http://www.instagram.com/colorcopiajewelrydesigns/

Kathy Lindemer https://bay-moon-design.blogspot.com/
Linda Raggo http://www.instagram.com/linda_raggo_

Marianne Baxter http://simplyseablimejewelry.blogspot.com
Rachelle Walker http://www.chellerydesigns.net/blog

Gloria Allen http://wingsandbeads.blogspot.com
Ally Asato https://instagram.com/purplemosspal

Robin Lynne Showstack http://heartsdesiresjewelryforyou.blogspot.com/
Naomi Knafla     https://www.instagram.com/naomiknafla/

Maria Rosa Sharrow http://willowstreetshops.blogspot.com
Dana Phillips   http://www.neverwinterdesigns.blogspot.com

Michelle McCarthy http://www.fireflydesignstudio.blogspot.com
Beth Blanc       https://www.instagram.com/beth.blanc.designs.jewelry/

Hope Smitherman http://CraftyHope.com
Kari Asbury   https://www.instagram.com/kariasburyjewelry/

Shai Williams http://www.shaihasramblings.com/
Betony Maiden http://beadwenches.blogspot.com

Inge van Roos     http://ingetraud.wordpress.com
Kelly Hosford Patterson https://www.instagram.com/pyxeestyx/

Kristina Peck http://tealeavesandtinyhats.blogspot.com/
Lori Schneider http://beadaddicted.blogspot.com

Rosantia Petkova   http://bairozan.blogspot.bg/
Erika Price     http://erikaprice.co.uk

Claire Fabian http://saraccino.blogspot.de/
Rachel Mallis http://www.sharpthingsblog.com

Deb Fortin   http://mhotistudio.blogspot.ca
Nicole Rennell http://nicolerennell.com

Joanne Bell https://joannetinks.wordpress.com/
Johana Nunez http://www.artincendi.com

Sam Waghorn     http://palemooncreation.blogspot.co.uk
Natalie Davidson http://www.northshoredays.com/

Robin Reed   http://www.willowdragon.blogspot.com
Faye Wolfenden http://torchfairy.blogspot.com

Karin King http://maverickbeads.blogspot.ca
Divya     http://www.jewelsofsayuri.com

Rebecca White http://morganafeycreations.wordpress.com
Palak Udeshi http://kalaabhushan.blogspot.in

Seed Beaders
Rebecca White http://morganafeycreations.wordpress.com
Palak Udeshi http://kalaabhushan.blogspot.in

Penny Houghton http://smellynelly.blogspot.com.au
Krafty Max   http://www.kraftymax.net/blogposts/

Heather Canepa http://www.desertjewelrydesigns.com
Ginger Bishop http://lilmummylikes.blogspot.com

Katy Heider     http://onthepondcreations.blogspot.com/
Renetha Stanziano http://lamplightcrafts.blogspot.com/

Becky Pancake http://beckypancakebeaddesigns.blogspot.com/
Tina Pawass https://freebirdsinnovations.blogspot.com

Mowse Doyle http://www.midnight-leopard.com/
Tami Norris https://www.instagram.com/taminorris79/

Minnette Miller   https://www.instagram.com/minnettemiller/
Veralynne Malone http://www.veradesigns.blogspot.com



17 comments:

  1. Lori - LOVELY pieces! My fav is the dagger piece. I love the texture and the color. GREAT work!
    Linda

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  2. Lori - LOVELY pieces! My fav is the dagger piece. I love the texture and the color. GREAT work!
    Linda

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  3. Blimey - you and your family have had a rough time of it recently. I hope your son is healing ok, what a horrible thing to happen. And yet you STILL found time to create all of this earthy lusciousness?!? Wow!!!!

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  4. Oh my goodness. I love your choice of color combination. All of the pieces are lovely. I had fun working on my pieces and hope you did too.

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  5. Such fun pieces. I hate that you've had so much distress this winter. Here's to a much better spring. As for your jewelry, I really love the caged doll one. So interesting and different! The dagger one is a lot of fun too. I bet it has a ton of texture when worn. Wonderful job getting so much done despite the setbacks!

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  6. Wow, love the earthiness of the first necklace but the one with the doll pendant!!! Amazing!

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  7. HI lori, I hope summer goes better for you. Your simple design showed the Muddy Waters pendant well.I like your earrings. The copper necklace with the doll is very creative. Even though I am not an orange person Your last necklace is my favorite of your designs. Great job using your swap beads.

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  8. I especially liked the handmade etched copper components that you made. They look awesome in earrings.

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  9. First off, I am so sorry your winter was so rough but Spring is here and I pray better days for you and yours! Next, I love your designs!!! I think they are all Wonderful, my favorites are the Necklace with the vintage german doll and the last necklace with your focal!! you did an amazing job!!

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  10. Lori I love, Love, LOVE what you have made. Each piece is more wonderful than the one before it! I am still kicking myself for not taking that P. Flora class with you.

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  11. I love the rustic look of the copper necklaces. The bird focal is really cute but the copper spacer necklace is simply gorgeous. I hope that you are feeling better now after your pneumonia. I hope that your son is on the road to complete recovery too. My prayers for you both

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  12. I adore every last thing you made. The copper birds on a wire, the cage frozen Charlotte are phenomenal. The daggers in the first necklace were a bit unexpected but worked so well, gorgeous and earthy! Bravo!

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  13. Love your designs, but that caged pendant necklace is wonderful!

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  14. I love your rustic style! Every piece is beautiful and my favorite is the wire cage pendant! Your copper components are so good!

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  15. Great job Lori.. my fav has to be the bead necklace with the copper component that you made. Hope you are feeling better !

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  16. That is a really cool necklace focal! I also love the etched copper earrings with the green beads!

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  17. I love that first necklace, that focal is beautiful and you did an awesome job melding your beads with hers

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