Monday, March 31, 2014

Monthly Challenge March 2014 * Reveal Day*

I signed up for this challenge in very last minute, I did not think that I could make it in time. But the theme of this challenge is too Interesting I could not help myself I had to signed up.
The Picture Inspiration of the challenge is here :

Bride and Groom
Indian wedding style
You can read about this challenge here including the information about that picture.
What I love about the Indian Wedding besides their dresses is the bride's henna or mehndi. It's amazing how they decorated their hand in such a beautiful way.
I found a beautiful picture of Indian henna or mehndi here.

Look at her hand,pretty isn't it?

I decided to incorporate the henna idea with polymer clay into my design. Here it is what I have came up at first. I made this simple pin/brooch using my handmade polymer clay and using some brown and white seed beads.

But after a couple of days I decided to put more ruffle on the beads embroidery and this is the result.

Please also visit here to see another participant creations.
Happy beading!!!

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Bead Soups for my BSBP Partner

Today, I would like to share some picture of my soup for my BSBP Partner April Grinaway. She already received her package a week ago or probably more than a week ago. So, I can share the picture of the soup.

I sent her this picture for her for a teaser :-D

And here they are the picture of the soup.

I sent her two vocal polymer clay beads handmade by me, this one accompanied with two large beads

I also sent some natural stone beads.

I also made these beads, made of polymer clay.

Two toogle clasp, I bought the leaf and branch shaped  toogle clasp rom Beadahouliq and the other one bought them on the local store around here.

And also one strand of Unakite chip beads.

I forgot to take a picture of the bead caps, but I think you can see that on the second picture.
Happy beading friend !!!

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Meet my Bead Soup Blog Party partner

This is my first time participating in the Bead Soup Blog Party, I am so excited but also nervous for the same time. Lori Anderson paired me with a very talented lady, an artisan glass bead maker. Here she is my BSBP partner April Grinaway.

She sent me this teaser, all those colors already looks exciting.

Look at the packages, aren't they pretty?

Lovely yummy beads handmade by her.

I am so lucky having her as a partner on my first Bead Soup Blog Party woohhooo.