Polctakarítási akció 2 - süthető gyurma kaboson akció

Karácsony előtti nagytakarítást a polcaimon. Kicsit felgyűltek a gyurma kabosonok, ezért gondoltam csomagokat állítok össze belőlük. A csomagokat a Facebook oldalamon lehet megnézni és lefoglalni az egyes csomagok képe alatti hozzászólásban (https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.594462137286084.1073741826.111775502221419&type=1), de ha esetleg itt érdeklődtök és még nem kelt el a csomag, elteszem nektek szívesen.

Egy újabb dobozt ürítettem ki a hétvégén, ezúttal 6-os csomagokat állítottam össze. A csomagok ára egységesen 1900Ft (+ 450Ft postaköltség Magyarországra).




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Polctakarítás - Gyurma kaboson akció

Karácsony előtti nagytakarítást a polcaimon. Kicsit felgyűltek a gyurma kabosonok, ezért gondoltam csomagokat állítok össze belőlük. A csomagokat a Facebook oldalamon lehet megnézni és lefoglalni az egyes csomagok képe alatti hozzászólásban (https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.591053590960272.1073741825.111775502221419&type=1), de ha esetleg itt érdeklődtök és még nem kelt el a csomag, elteszem nektek szívesen.  A csomagok ára egységesen 1300Ft (+ 450Ft postaköltség Magyarországra).

UPDATE:
A 6-os és a 9-es csomagok elkeltek






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Polymer clay mosaic / Mozaikkép süthető gyurmából

Az indiai-marokkói mániám elhatalmasodása  és a falamon tátongó üresség okán nemrég elhatároztam hogy ha már úgyis van néhány adag régebbi gyurmám, felhasználom őket egy mozaikképhez. Kivételesen ezt meg is terveztem (persze részben csak azért hogy legyen mitől eltérni), gondoltem egy ekkora darabnak nem állok neki "csak úgy". Egy nemrég beszerzett marokkói tükör adta az ötletet, a mintázáshoz pedig felhasználtam a kedvenc gyurmás eszközeimet. 1-2 hétvége és néhány este alatt el is készült a kép (A3-as méretben) és már a nappali falát díszíti. Éppenséggel nem tökéletes, de nekem nagyon is megfelel, a lilás-rezes-rózsaszínes összhatás pedig pont passzol a nappali színeihez.  Már tervezem a következőt :)


Slowly but surely my living room starts to look like store of Moroccan and Indian decor stuff, but one thing was still missing - a picture on the wall. So I thought I use up my old polymer clay to create a mosaic. I wanted it to look like a moroccan mirror (probably I will add a few mirror tiles later), with all my favorite patterns I use for making jewelry. Its colors are perfect for my living room, I'm quite satisfied. And I'm already planning the next mosaic. It probably won't be this large though.





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Bead Soup Blog Party contest - Happy Dance!!

This is so exciting! 2 of my bead soup designs have been chosen as winners of this year's Bead Soup contest!
This is the first time Lori organized a contest for the pieces, there were over 900 participants and the 7 judges have chosen 46 winners. I'm so honored to be among them! If you browse through this Pinterest board where participants shared their creations, you will understand why I didn' expect to win at all. There were hundreds of amazing pieces!
To see my necklace and earrings today in Lori's post announcing the winners made me so happy I wanted to dance around my apartment. It didn't really happen though, due to an akle sprain that happened a few days ago... I just did a little sitting dance on the sofa :)

These fun green earrings were chosen by Fusion Beads as a winner of 'Best use of color'. They were made with painted pebbles by Plymouth Rocks, that I received from my partner, Malin.

The barrel beads, the silk cord, the teardrop and the metal component (originally part of a clasp) were also sent to me by Malin. This necklace was chosen by Nina Designs as a winner of 'Best use of fiber'.  Yay!

Thank you Malin for this great soup and congratulations for being one of the winners!


This necklace of Malin won the Judge's choice award (by Nina Designs). Well deserved!

Please visit Lori's blog to see the other winners here: Winners of BSBP7  and to read more about the judges here: Judges of BSBP7.
Thank you Lori for organizing this years huge blog party, it's been so much fun! I hope I can participate next year too. Also, Thank you Nina Designs and Fusion Beads for picking my pieces, it is such an honor for me!



Bead Soup Party 7 reveal! / Gyöngyleves tálalva!

Today is the 3rd reveal date of Lori Anderson's 7th Bead Soup Party so it is time to show what I cooked from the gorgeous ingredients I received from my partner. The pack of beads I received from Malin was really amazing and so generous, with many art beads and special things I've never used before.


One of these special things was a pair of dyed silk cocoons, which turned into a pair of simple earrings.
I have already worn them and I've got many compliments, everyone found them so exotic.


I have made two more pairs of earrings, a really simple pair from the glass acorn beads, and another from the painted pebble beads. They are painted with shades if yellow and green, colors I love so much. I just added large olive faceted beads and silver wire, Although these are a bit heavy to wear, I really love them.



I used one of the clasps I received as a focal for a necklace, with the red barrel beads, the cream sari cord and one of the faceted teardrops. Red is not really my color but I thought my mom likes and wears red, so a necklace could be a nice gift for her. This is also why I wanted to keep it simple.


Then here come two bracelets. I thought the mauve sari strand fits so well with the beautiful copper and enamel clasp, I just added copper wire and copper chain and some purple glass breads. For the other bracelet (this is my favorite piece) I used the yellow-green sari strand with a lampwork bead I purchased from a Hungarian artist some time ago, bronze-tone lucite beads, olive green and metallic green glass beads.




So this is it. Working with beads like these (as I'm a seed beader) is always a challenge for me but one I enjoy a lot. I also planned to use the large dark green ceramic pendant in bead embroidery but unfortunately I didn't have time to do it yet. Until then I'm really happy with these pieces :)
Dear Malin, thank you for sending me this great bead soup, and thank you Lori too for hosting this blog hop again! :)

Please visit Malin's blog to see what she made from my bead soup :) For a list of all participants (including the 1st and 2nd reveal dates) please visit Lori's blog.

Participants of the 3rd reveal:

Adlinah Kamsir
Agi Kiss
Alenka Obid
Alison Sachs
Amanda Tibbetts
Amy Sims
Ana Cravidão
Andra Marasteanu
Andria Poole
Angela Perkins
Anja Schultz
Ann Sherwood
Anna Nordeman
Annita Wilson
Arlene Dean
Astrid Boyce


Barb Fernald
Betty James Hoppensteadt
Birgit Klughardt
Bonnie Coursolle
Brandy Thomason McNair
Brenda Sigafoos


Carmen Lau
Carol Wilson
Caroline Dewison
Cassie Donlen
Catharine Temaluru
Catherine Turrell
Cheri Reed
Cherrie Warzocha
Christa Murphy
Christina Hickman
Christina Stofmeel
Christine Hansen
Christine Stonefield
Cilla Watkins
Cindy Cima Edwards
Claire Lockwood
Colleen Vinthagen


Dagmar Liebisch
Dana Fowler
Danielle Kelley
Deb Fortin
Dee Elgie
Denise Milward
Diah Anggreni
Diana Gonzalez
Diane Valasek
Dita Basu
Donetta Farrington
Doris Stumpf


Elizabeth Bunn
Elizabeth Drake
Elizabeth Jones
Elizabeth Stolarczyk
Ema Kilroy
Erin Kenny
Evelyn Duberry


Fay Wolfenden
Francesca Watson


Gen Smith
Ginger Davis Allman
Giorgia Rossini


Hannah Annear
Heather Otto
Heidi Kingman


Ildiko Jarai
Iveth Caruso


Jackie Locantore
Jacqueline Keller
Jane Pranata Lim
Jennifer Davis
Jennifer Tough
Jenny Vidberg
Jessica Klaaren
Joanna Matuszczyk
Joyce Becker
Judith Johnston
Judy Riley
JuLee Wolfe
June Butt


Karen Mitchell
Kari Asbury
Karin King
Karin von Hoeren
Karla Morgan
Kathrin Lembke
Kathy Stemke
Katja Benevol Gabrijelcic
Katy Heider
Kay Thomerson
Kelley Fogle
Keren Panthaki
Kimberly Idalski
Kirsi Loponen
Klaudia Tóth
Krista Quantrill
Kristina Hahn Eleniak
Kristina Johansson


Laney Mead
Lara Lutrick
Laura Guenther
Lauren Potts
Laurie Vyselaar
Leah Tees
Lena Adams
Lesley Watt
Leslie Wayment
LiliKrist
Linda Kropp
Linda Newnham
Linda Younkman
Lisa Boucher
Lizzie Clarke
Lora Bright
Lorelle McIntyre
Lori Anderson 
Lori Finney
Lucie Bouvier


Malin de Koning
Marina Dobrynina
Marina Kosovic
Marion Simmons
Marita Suominen
Marjolein Trewavas
Marsela Schroth
Martha Aleo
Mary Govaars
Mary K McGraw
Maybeline Tay
Mea-B. Uebler
Melissa Trudinger
Menka Gupta
Merja Sundström
Merja Syrjämäki
Michelle Buettner
Michelle Escano
Michelle Wigginton
Milla Hope
Miranda Ackerely
Mowse Doyle
Mrs M Makes
Nan Smith
Natalie Davidson
Natalie Moten
Natascha Marty


Nikki Banham-Hall
Noemi Baena
Norma Turvey


Pam DeBoer
Pam Hurst
Patti Pruhs
Penny Houghton
Penny Mills
Rachel Van-Walsh
Rebecca Sirevaag
Regina Santerre
Regina Wood
Roberta Fauntroy
Rosanagh Watson
Rose Johnson
Rosemary Cheslock
Rossana De Gaspari


Sabine Dittrich
Sam Waghorn
Sandi James
Sandra McGriff
Sandra Wollberg
Sandra Young
Shai Williams
Sharon Palac
Sierra Barrett
Silke Gröber
Siobhán Keogh
Stefanie Teufel
Stephanie Stamper
Sue Hamel
Sue Rennie
Susan Kennedy
Susan McClelland
Susanna Lehto
Suse Stelljes
Susie Hibdon
Suzann Sladcik Wilson


Tara Plote
Terri G.
Terry Carter
Terry Matuszyk
Theresa Frank
Tina Bosh
Tina Noonan
Toltec Jewels


Facebook Participants


Audrey Allen
Cindy Wimmer Muse
Cynthia O'Toole
Deb Floros
Debbie Jensen
Erin Honeycutt
Kaushambi Shah
Lisa Lloyd Harrison
Mary Jane Tanner
Valerie Tilghman


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