Bead Soup Blog Party 8

It's been a long time since I last posted in this blog. The reason is simple: lack of time. Besides having a day job, I'm also doing a 3-semester translator training at university so I have very little time left after finishing all the homework I get.

But however busy I am, I did not want to skip this years Bead Soup Blog Party, the 8th BSBP organized by Lori Anderson. This year my parner is Elsbeth from Germany. It's her first BSBP,I hope she won't be disappointed :) She makes amazing glass beads which you can see on her blog here.

Since she already told me she received my bead soup, I think it's OK if I show you what I sent to her. As always, I added a few textured polymer clay beads that I made, together with a polymer clay focal, some labradorite and chrysoprase beads, cultured pearls and metal findings. I hope she will enjoy creating jewelry with them :)

I haven't received Elsbeth's bead soup yet, but they should be here soon as she posted them a bit earlier than me. I can't wait to see them!

The reveal date for this blog party is May 3rd. For more information and the full list of participants please visit Lori's blog.

 moonsafari beads - egyedi ékszerek

3 megjegyzés:

  1. Szuper kis összeállítás, imádom a zöldet!

  2. I love to wear glass bead jewellery. Do share posts on the DIY glass bead jewellery ideas. The green glass beads posted above look amazing. top IAS coaching in Chennai can involve students in jewellery making and other creative works in their free time. This can help in improving their concentration power.


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