Saturday, April 13, 2013

7th Bead Soup Blog Party

My partner, Brandi, sent the most beautiful beads for this soup.  The colors were lovely and the focal was perfect.

I love the sparkle of the bling along with the varying colors and shapes that complemented each other so well.  I challenged myself not to make the necklace the same on both sides of the focal as is my norm.


As you can see I did match some of the elements.



A big thank you also goes to Lori for all her hard work. 

The complete list of the hop can be found here.

Thanks for looking!

31 comments:

  1. love the colors, love the focal, LOVE the necklace. Can I have it? LOL

    (seriously...gimme that!)

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  2. I love what you did with that beautiful rose. You're necklace is beautiful.

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  3. ~francy...i have been so excited to see what you would come up with and i think you created a beautiful piece...i like the idea of not doing each side the same...was a joy to be your partner...be well and much love light and blessings~

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  4. Great to see that you tried something different - welcome to the asymmetric design world :)

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  5. rose-pendant-necklace! so decorative!

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  6. Great necklace! I love how this challange stretches us, don't you?

    I’m in the third reveal. Can’t wait.
    http://vintagememoriesjewelry.blogspot.com
    kathy

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  7. That's a lovely, lovely necklace!

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  8. So delicate and elegant, beautiful work

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  9. very elegant necklace, great job!
    this is my 3rd BSBP, I'm on the 3rd reveal... it is totally funny this party!
    ciao dall'Italia

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  10. Beautiful necklace. The flower focal is gorgeous. Great bead soup!!

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  11. The colors of your soup and your necklace are so calming somehow. I know how hard it is to break from a symmetrical design and you did a great job with it. Isn't it awesome how the bead soup blog party helps us think outside our creative norms? Nicely done!

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  12. WOW, that rose is just amazing! I love how you paired it with the 'mild' colors! Great Job! ~KM 1st reveal - http://kraftymax.blogspot.com/2013/03/7th-bead-soup-blog-party-reveal-33013.html

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  13. When I looked at the Soup the rose didn't do much for me. But when I looked at your necklace I loved the rose. You were able to bring the best out in that focal, beautiful necklace, WELL DONE!!!

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  14. The necklace is beautiful. For me, it has a real Victorian feel to it. Like it should be worn over lace. Great job!

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  15. I usually don't try more than once, but I really wanted to leave a comment. Could you please turn the captcha off. You will get more comments. Some people just won't mess with it. I posted a topic in Bead Chat about it. You may delete this after you have read it. I mean this with love and respect and hope you will take it that way. Jean

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    1. so sorry. I did not know it was on. I have turned it off now.

      Thanks for helping!

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  16. A beautiful piece from a lovely soup.

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  17. That is gorgeous, I love it.

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  18. Beautiful creation!! Love the focal!

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  19. It's beautifully balanceds, great job with your soup!

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  20. What pretty colours in your soup and such a lovely necklace you have made with your beads!
    Jackie

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  21. your necklace is beautiful. Good job making the sides unmatched.

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  22. Very pretty -- the asymmetry really makes it a special piece!

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  23. I just love the focal and how you highlighted it. So very feminine and yet in colors that I would adore wearing

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