A couple of weeks ago, I was gifted some lovely polymer clay beads by artist Jeannie Dukic. All proceeds from the sale of the jewelry made with these beads will be donated to Miracle Horse Rescue, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that is very dear to my heart.
Well, I have made a bit of progress with these lovelies! First up, these polymer beads are from Jeannie's new line called Polarity. Look at that shine and intense color!
I went all out on these - I had only four Karen Hills Tribe handmade silver barrel beads. These are so nifty - there is a dimple on each side of the hole of the barrel, so any beads you add snuggle up next to the silver.
Love, love, love this bracelet!
Next up, these incredible little charms.
You would really think that these are antiqued copper - but they are clay and so darn incredibly lightweight! Though I could have easily slapped a jump ring on these babies and hung them from ear wires, they needed something different. I wanted a mixed metal look. So, I made a hoop of sterling silver, and wrapped it together to create a frame for those most awesome charms.
Last up is this set of Jeannie's Polarity Beads - again...faux lampwork!!
Purple, Pink, Green, and specs of gold - so pretty! My eye goes right to the purple, so I paired them with some faceted Amethyst that I have been hoarding for at least 4 years now. I have a whole strand of them - must.use.stash.!
I added sterling silver bead caps and a single Bali bead to the mix.
Thank you again, Jeannie, for your incredible generosity!
Have you visited Jeannie's shop lately??? If not - click here now! So much awesomeness....so little time!
By the way jewelry designers - Jeannie' is having a give away on her blog - go now to enter!
I would also like to take a moment to thank all the Veteran's and their families for their service - I would not be here today without them...so Thank You and be safe!
Thanks for stopping by today - have a wonderful Monday!