B’Sue Sari Ribbon Blog Hop

Brenda Sue, of B’Sue Boutique, is hosting a blog hop today! We were to use sari ribbon to create a piece of jewelry. As usual, time got away from me and I left it to Thursday night to complete. However, sometimes that works for me. I used a really gorgeous handmade chain I had purchased quite a while ago from Lynn Davis and red and orange chalcedony faceted rondelles. The sari ribbon has red and orange colors in it and I think it goes pretty well! I had fun making this piece – don’t know if I’ll keep it this way or not. It’s a little big for me (I have unusually small wrists!) and I think I might play with the design a little someday when time doesn’t get away from me! Here’s a list of all the other participants – check their blogs out, if you get a chance, to see what they made with sari ribbon!

Sari Ribbon Party Blog Hop

Vickie Wills http://www.jewelrybyvee.blogspot.com/

Susan Kennedy http://www.suebeads.blogspot.com ME!

Michelle Mach http://www.michellemach.com/blog/

Michelle Lee Hardy http://fireflyvisions.blogspot.com/

Ruth Crawford http://www.home-with-ruth.blogspot.com

Hilary Frye, FryeStyle http://fryestyle.blogspot.com/

Diana P. http://www.suburbangirlstudio.com

HOST: Brenda Sue Lansdowne, B’sue Boutiques http://www.bsueboutiques.typepad.com/

Elizabeth Owens-Dwy http://www.clarityofpurplesage.blogspot.com

Connie Rios-Relyea http://www.JewelsDesignsCreativeCorner.wordpress.com/

Jennifer Justman http://soulsfiredesigns.blogspot.com/

Deb Davis http://www.naturaltreasuresbydeb.blogspot.com

Beanzie http://www.thevintageheartcharmbracelets.com/the-vintage-heart-charm-b/

Cathie Carroll http://www.cathiecarroll.com/

Rosemary Cowit http://www.gemrosedesigns.blogspot.com/

Georgene Lockwood http://sylvanavintagedesigns.wordpress.com/

Cathy Buckley http://cathybuckleycatsmeow.blogspot.com

Harry Wood http://www.oscarcrow.blogspot.com

Sonya Stille http://dreaminofbeads.blogspot.com

Mary Deis http://mdeis.blogspot.com/

Heather Goldsmith http://asibeadit.blogspot.com/

Susan Rouleau http://mountainshadowstudio.blogspot.com

Terry Matusyk http://pinkchapeau.wordpress.com

Pam Chesbro http://afortunatesoul.blogspot.com/

Mary Shannon Hicks http://uptwnsh-fallingintothesky.blogspot.com/

Janice Everett http://JLynnJewels.blogspot.com

Davinia http://www.daviniadesign.com

Kristina Johansson, Maneki http://wildrosesandblackberries.blogspot.com

Kris Binsfeld http://www.cherishdesigns.wordpress.com

Mandy http://www.beadsforbrains.blogspot.com

Charlene http://thebeaddreamer.com/blog/

Catherine Jeltes http://www.galleryzooart.com

Jackie http://kydojewellery.blogspot.com/

Sharon Palac http://www.sharonsjewelrygarden.blogspot.com

Deb Beechy http://beetique56.blogspot.com/

Jean Yates http://prettykittydogmoonjewelry.blogspot.com/

Patrice Pfeiffer http://treeseatreasures.blogspot.com/

Dorcas Midkiff http://wondrousstrangedesigns.blogspot.com/

Lynn Perry Bennett http://designsbylynnea.blogspot.com

Linzi Alford http://www.magpieintheskyspoilheaptales.blogspot.com

Deb http://greenshoot.blogspot.com/

Cynthia Wainscott http://www.exoticperujewelry.blogspot.com

Marie-Noel Voyer-Cramp http://skyejewels.blogspot.com

Alice Craddick http://alicesbeadsandbaubles.blogspot.com/

41 thoughts on “B’Sue Sari Ribbon Blog Hop”

  1. A beautiful piece! I hope you keepi it just like this.

    I've never used silk or ribbon of any kind in my jewelry because I can't seem to get it to look right. You make it look so easy!

  2. Great idea, Sue! I love the sari with the chain….how handsome is THAT chain! I'm so glad you found time for our hop. This is B'sue Boutiques first hop and I was so thrilled to have over FORTY particpants, first time out. Please remember to come and post your photo at the B'sue Boutiques Creative Group at Flickr. Joining is fun, fast, free and easy…and we have a lovely little community there. Starting next month the goal is to have monthly challenges. It is SO AMAZING to see the process in so many hands. THANKS SO MUCH AGAIN!

  3. I love this design. Like you, I have very small wrists and sometimes it is hard to incorporate the textures that I like without looking like my wrist has been swallowed up by something. There is definite possibilities with this piece in altering the size and the colors are fantastic!!

  4. Love your piece…your ribbon choice reminds me of the colors leaves take on and your choice of beads remind me of pumpkins in the fall…very fall looking! ;o)

  5. Lovely bracelet. The handmade chain is the perfect way to highlight the soft textures of the ribbon. The color choice of beads is perfect, too!

  6. I wanted to apologies if you have passed through my website http://www.daviniadesign.com/blog to leave me a comment in this splendid Blog-Hop!
    Due to an incompatible plug-in, all attempts to leave comments were blocked with an error.
    I’m sorry if this caused you any inconvenience. I would appreciate it, if you stopped by to leave me your comment, as this time, things work as they are supposed to…

  7. How absolutely beautiful! I couldn't get to your site yesterday for some internet reason! I am so thrilled to get to see your lovely piece! You do great work!


  8. Love the use of silver–you really don't see much of that anymore and it does make a great contrast to the ribbon.

    I have made more than one bracelet that's too big for me, so I can totally sympathize!

  9. If it's too large, you could always add some overhand knots to the sari ribbon to shorten the length. That handmade chain is cool!

  10. Sue,
    I finally have the chance to visit the Sari Blog Hop… I love your work and especially enjoyed the combo of the handmade chain, your wire work and the sari… Love your color choices! 🙂 Kris

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