Sally Russick’s Ornament Blog Hop!

The wonderful and talented Sally Russick hosted an ornament blog hop! Since I was having fun making ornaments this season, I thought I’d play along! My partner happened to be Kathleen Lange Klik who is also a very lovely and talented person! I am going to have to steal the photo she shows of the ornament I made for her, because I can’t find mine (stomps foot and pouts). Here is what she made me! It’s lovely and on my tree right now!
She made the clasp herself, the ceramic bead is Elaine Ray (yum) and she made the hammered square herself as well! I really love it! It looks fantastic on the front of my tree! Here’s a list of everyone else who is participating – hop on over and see what they made!

17 thoughts on “Sally Russick’s Ornament Blog Hop!”

  1. You're a craftin' machine!! Hope you're ready for Christmas. I can hardly believe it's next weekend! Seriously? haaaaaaaaaaa Let's hope for some Pennsylvania snow!
    Ciao
    Jen

  2. I waited until Kathleen had her post up before commenting, AND boy it was so worth the wait!!! Your ornament with your wonderful glass and the crystals makes such a STUNNING icicle ornament!! STUNNING!!! The tiny accents of green and red are perfect!! Beautiful work, Sue!!

    Sue, I want to thank you for being a friend and for always leaving such wonderful comments and of course for jumping in and participating in the swap/hop. I hope I will get a chance to meet up with you in the new year!! Merry Christmas!!
    Sally

  3. Sue, this is such a cool ornament. I sympathize with your no picture problem, really. I'm glad to hear your ornament is on your tree. I'm still trying to convince my husband that I need a tree! booo.
    Merry Christmas to you!!

  4. Sue,
    I saw your bead on your partner's blog, beautiful work, recognized your Christmas beads right away!!

    Merry Christmas, still enjoying all your beads will send you a picture of the head pin earrings I made after the holidays.

  5. Sue, the ornament you received from Kathleen is really pretty – I liked it the minute I saw it over on her blog. I think she added the perfect red artbead accent – and the metalwork is great…the perfect combination of jewelry skills used in an alternative way.

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