Friday, 17 October 2008

Ingredients ...

Just a short blog today as I've spent far too much time on the computer recently and I really must get on with some beading today. I have loads of new project ideas in my head and various notes scribbled everywhere, but none of that is any good if I don't actually put the time in and try to create them! So, here is a quick picture of the ingredients for the project I plan to start today ...



... I went on a bead buying spree earlier this week and came back with lots and lots of Delicas in a gorgeous shiny dark green (shade number 175) some very expensive 24k lined cream opal Delicas (shade number 230) a bag of beautiful semi-matte blue Delicas (shade number 630) a string of Lapis Lazuli beads, a Swarovski crystal Cosmic Ring and some thread. I'll keep you posted with some 'work in progress' shots, but in the meantime I'd love to hear your ideas of what you think it's going to be!

12 comments:

  1. I think something beautiful is getting ready to evolve. I love the color combination.

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  2. When I see seed beads I think of things like cuff bracelets in peyote stitch, but maybe that's just me. Great colors!

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  3. That looks like a great combo of beads. I can't wait to see what you come up with.

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  4. ooohhh can't wait to see what you create!!!! :-)

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  5. Hmmm thinking hard here and I am so sure it has to be a flower - the only one I can think of is a Winter Pansy
    xx Chris

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  6. Good luck! Your work is amazing!

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  7. Can't wait to see what you come up with Kerrie!

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  8. Beads look delicious enough to be eaten, yummy !
    Nice combo, can't wait to see what's new =D

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  9. Some lovely goodies there, Kerrie, have you been for a trip down the A38 by any chance:) I'm thinking pansies too. Whatever it's going to be it will be gorgeous. Looking forward to seeing how this progresses.

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  10. I'm looking forward to seeing what you will create using these goodies! :)

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  11. Kerrie,

    thanks for the kind words on my post earlier today. It was a trying time, but like all things - it's behind us :)

    Your site is quite interesting, I've never been good with designing or creating works of art/designing items, but you have some unique pieces.

    regards,

    Kevin

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  12. Thanks everybody - it's had to take a back seat at the moment as lots of other things have cropped up, but I'll post pics soon!

    Chris and Alison - good guess, but no flowers in sight this time ... I wouldn't want to be typecast now would I lol!

    Kerrie x

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