Welcome to the most exciting Blog Party in the jewelry/artist designer’s industry…. The 8th Bead Soup Blog Party Reveal Date!!!

Today approximately 490 artist and designers enjoy a virtual party when every participant presents their creativity making wonderful jewelry pieces.  And everything is possible thanks to the wonderful lady Lori Anderson.

This is my first Party and it was so remarkable.  For this occasion I have been honor to participate to this Blog Party with my lovely partner Judy Riggs.   We swap beads and want to show you what I sent to her…..

What I sent BSBP
The Soup that I sent to my partner Judy Riggs

And Judy sent me these fabulous beads ……

ReceiveCollageBSBP
This is the soup that I received from Judy.

The first thing that I see in these beads was the colors.  So rich and bright that inspire me, not only to make the BSBP final pieces, but also inspired to play with other colors combination for my own designs, like this flower that I made.

Torch Fired Enameled Wire
I create this enameled wire pendant flower, inspired by the colors of the soup.

The other thing is my first time to make pieces with lampwork beads.  I’ve been hoarding some lampwork bead for a while.  I love them but I found that I was having problems to incorporate them to my pieces.  But now I have the wonderful time and opportunity to play with some of them. And what better to do with the beads that Judy sent me!! 🙂

This is what I finally create!! 🙂

 

BSBP Final Piece Full
First Piece is a Necklace.

 

Close Up BSBP
One side lampwork beads

 

Pendant BSBP
Enameled wire with lampwork bead pendant.

 

Other View BSBP
Rubber links at the other side of the necklace.

 

Form Wearing Necklace
Full view of the necklace

 

Bracelet BSBP
Second piece a bracelet with lampwork beads, rubber jump rings and Czech beads.

 

Bracelet BSBP
A bird toggle clasp.

Don’t forget what Judy Riggs create with what I sent her.  Visit her blog here.

 

Want to see what the others artist/designers create?  Click here:

http://www.prettythingsblog.com/2014/05/welcome-to-8th-bead-soup-blog-party.html

Thank You so much for stopping by! 🙂

 

 

 

49 Comments on Reveal Day: 8th Bead Soup Blog Party

  1. Oh, that bird toggle is wonderful!! My favorite is the bracelet with that toggle!! I so love all the color in the pieces. Nice job.

  2. What an amazing use of your soup…I love the soups you sent each other very yummy. I love this necklace and bracelet so much it is fun, happy, and summery. The design flows perfectly…The colors complement each other. I think the artist who created these pieces is just brilliant. ty for sharing with us all, bye now ….gots me lots a hoppin ta do

  3. Oh, I love the beads you sent and the ones that you got! And you did great —using those colors in your own enamel work! Plus, I’m glad that you finally got to use some of the lovely lampwork beads! They are so easy to hoard, but sometimes hard to let go of! (:

  4. OMG how cute is that :0)))) Love how you incorporate the lampworkbeads in your pieces. Both of them I would wear with a smile on my face! And the birdie toogle …. so lovely!

  5. I love your creations! They are so fun and bright and happy. Those are the kinds of things I love to wear. Now I’m off to see what your partner made. I love that bird you sent her!

  6. Johanna, that is one of the “happiest” soups I have seen, the colors, the beads themselves and that bird toggle! wow! I like the way you drew attention to that gorgeous lampwork focal. And I liked the use of fiber in the bracelets. It just made them more fun!

  7. I love all of the pieces you made with your soup. Your use of color and texture is phenomenal! You are a very talented jewelry artist….Beautiful creations!

  8. Yes, Still hopping. I love your pieces, so colorful! And the wrapping of the pendant. Excellent work!

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  9. Hi Johana, Both of your pieces are so bright and cheerful. The bird clasp is very cute. You did a great job of using those beautiful lampworked beads. Looking at your blog I am impressed with your enameling.

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