Patti Vanderbloemen is such a talented jewelry maker, and she uses my beads a lot in her jewelry. I’m so grateful for that! She just took Kerry Bogert’s on-line wire course and made this amazing necklace with my denim sparkle beads and a hand-made wire spiral chain that she made after taking the course! Please visit her blog to see more photos of this incredible necklace!
Just thought I may as well continue the theme and show you some more customer work! This first one is by Kashmira Patel. These are gorgeous earrings made with my enameled leaves! I love them!
This next pair of earrings is by Loralee Kolton of Loralee Kolton on etsy. These were made with my pixie shimmer beads, they are so amazingly perfect for winter or a fancy night out!
Finally, these earrings are by Sharyl McMillian-Nelson of Sharyl’s Jewelry on Artfire. She used my baroque beads to create these very unique earrings!
If you have any creations you’d like me to share here on my blog, please let me know!
Two customers shared some work they did using my beads! So I’m sharing with you! The first is by Rejetta Sellers (Jettabug Jewelry) and she was actually able to take advantage of my customer loyalty program because these pretties were published in Stringing Magazine!
These next three are by Traci of Downtown Glam. Traci is actually a Pittsburgh girl, just like me, but she lives in Canada now!
Please check out both of these etsy stores, these ladies are so nice and talented!
Cindy, from DevineDesignsJewelry on etsy sent me this photo of a bracelet she made with my beads. I just love it! The dangle by the clasp is a kokopeli – this is a very subtle, pretty southwest design! Check out her shop!
Katie recently went on a very cool vacation, and while she was gone, she made some jewelry! Here are two sets of earrings she made with my beads! The first set was made from the galaxy sparkle beads I have available in my etsy store. The second two sets were made from some nice etched turquoise blue spacers, with copper discs from Humblebeads (I love these and wish I would have bought some!!!!!). You can read Katie’s blog here!
Kelly, of Silver Parrot, showed me a bracelet she made, and I need to show you! It’s so cute and summery – made with some of my larger hole sea glass disc beads, plus a bunch of other glass beads from some talented glass artists! I just love it. I bet you do too!
Pam at cooljewelrydesign on etsy made these very cute earrings with my lime sugar beads! Check them out with the link! These sugar beads are fun to make; if you want any, let me know!