Saturday, August 11, 2012

Bead Soup Blog Party!!!! Reveal...;-))

....wohhh!! Its here, the 2nd reveal of the Bead Soup Blog Party!!! I had so much fun with Barbe´s wonderful component, and the necklace I made came together really easy. I knew right from the start I wanted to use many things from the original bead soup and only add a couple of things from my own stuff so it would match like I wanted. The little book just HAD to be the center piece and I love the colors, so I stayed in the color range. I added two bluish green glas beads and of course a lot of wire, to get everything conected. How do you like my new necklace? I am sooooo happy about it! Here are a couple of details:

....wohhh!!! Endlich ist die zweite Show der Bead Soup Blog Party eröffnet!!! ich hatte echt viel Spaß mit Barbes wunderbaren Ei nzelteilen und die Halskette hat sich fast wie von selbst zusammen gefügt. Ich wuste schon von anfang an, dass ich möglichst viele teile aus der Orginal Bead Soup verwenden wollte und nur wenige Teile aus meinem eigenen Fundus dazu fügen wollte, so das alles zusammen passen würde. Das kleine Buch musste natürlich unbedingt das Hauptteil werden und da mir die Farben so gut gefallen, bin ich auch in der Farbgruppe geblieben. Ich habe zwei blaugrüne Glasperlen hinzugefügt und natürlich haufenweise Draht, um alles miteinander zu verbinden. Wie gefällt Euch die neue Kette? Ich lieeebe sie! Und hier noch einige Details, damit man das besser sehen kann:

And just as a little reminder here is what wonderful Barbe had sent me to play with:
Und jetzt noch mal kurz um das Gedächniss auf zu frischen, die Komponenten, die mir wunderbare Barbe geschickt hatte:
 I would be very happy about your comments and please also go to the other participants of the bead soup Blog party and share some love at their blogs!! I will hop around and have a look at everyone else did...;-))
Ich würde mich sehr über Eure zahlreichen Kommentare freuen und schaut Euch bitte auch an, was die anderen teilnehmer der Blog Party gemacht haben! Ich werde dann auch mal herumhüpfen und mich auf der Party amüsieren...;-))
Hostess, Lori Anderson, Pretty Things
Adlinah Kamsir, Dream Struck Designs
Adrienn Lukacs, Raszputyin Designs
Agata Grygiel, Cytherea Bijoux 
Alenka Obid, Pepita Handmade 
Amy Dickerson, Damyjo Designs 
Amy Schmidt, Amy's Treasure 
Amy Severino, Amy Beads 
Andrea Trank, Heaven Lane Creations
Anke Humpert, Anart Island Studios
Ann Rishell, My Critical Eye
April Grinaway, Brooklyn Bead Goddess 
Ashley Bunting, Miss Ashely Kate 
Astrid Boyce, Astrid Boyce Beads 
B.R. Kuhlman, Mixed Mayhem Studios 
Barbe Saint John, Saints and Sinners
Beata Benkone Meggyesi, Beahobbi
Brandy McNair, Bella Vita Handmade Jewelry 
 Bryna Lumb, Bryna's Bead Box
Carmen Lau, Little Maketto
Cate van Alphen, Fulgorine
Cathie Carroll, Cathie Carroll's Studio
Cathy Khoury, Touch Jewelry 
Christina Stofmeel, Feng Beads 
 Collette Collins, Fire Fly Myst Artisan Jewelry
Courtney Breul, Beads by Breul 
Crystal Thain, Here Bead Dragons
Cynthia Abner, Created Treasures
Deana Hager, Just Deez'Art & Life
Debbie Phenes, Deb Joy Sing
Dhea Powers, Java Bead
Diana Welte, Lilyweeds
Dita Basu, alankarshilpa
Dorota Zeranska, gdymamczas 
Dot Lewallwn, Speedie Beadie
Elisabeth Auld, Beads For Busy Gals
Ema Kilroy, Ema K Designs
Emma Todd, A Polymer Penchant
Eva Sherman, Eva Sherman Designs
Evie and Beth McCord, EB Bead and Metal Works
Francy Inman, Francy's Studio
Ginger Bishop, lilmummy likes...
Giorgia Rossini, Jo in Wonderland
Ine Vande Cappelle, Jewels by Ine 
Iveth Caruso, Creative Atelier 
JJ Jacobs, Coming Abstractions
Jackie Ryan, Kydo Jewellery
Jeannie Dukic, Jeannie's Blog
Jelveh Jaferian, Jelveh Designs
Jenna Tomalka, Twin Birch Studio
Jenni Connolly, Jenni's Beads
Jennifer Van Horn, Jennifers Jewels and Junk
Jo-Ann Woolverton, It's a Beadiful Creation
Johanna Rhodes-Nash, Fire Phoenix Creations 
 Joyce Blair, Bent Wire West Coast
JuLee Wolfe, The Polymer Penguin
Karen Vincent, Swallow Tail Jewellery
Karin Slaton, Backstory Beads
Kayla Potega, The Eclectic Element 
Kim Dworak, CianciBlue
Kris Lanae Binsfeld, Cherish Designs by Kris Lanae
Kristen Latimer, MJM Jewelry Designs
Kumi Fisher, Malie Kai Designs
Kym Hunter, Kym Hunter Designs
Lennis Carrier, Windbent
Leslie Wayment, AA Beads & More
Linda Murphy, Bonita Bead
Lisa Johnson, Whimsey Wonders
Lisa Sittniewski, Love, Yesterdays
Lois Moon, Que Onda, Q'Town?
Lola Surwillo, Bead Lola Bead
Lorelei Eurto, Lorelei's Blog
Lori Bowring Michaud, Artfully Ornamental
Lori Finney, Using My Beads
Margareta Saari, Mags-koruja
Maria Horvath, Horimarika Beads
Marian Hertzog, M's Place
 Mary Ellen Parker, BeeTree by m.e.
Mary K McGraw, MK's Creative Musings
MaryLou Holvenstot, time2cre8 
Martha Aleo, Ornamento
 Maybeline Tay, The Jewelry Larder
Megan Collins, Churchy & Her Sailor
Melissa Meman, Art. Life. Love.
Melissa Mesara, One-Eared Pig Beads
Paige Maxim, Paige Maxim Designs
Pam Farren, re-maker
Pam Hurst, Pam Hurst Designs
Patricia Handschuh, The Color of Dreams
Patty Miller, CabariBeads
Penney Klapoth, Faerie Acres
Regina Santerre, Regina's Writings
Rhea Freitag, starrgazer creates
Rochelle Brisson, A Creative Chelle
Sabine Dittrich, PerlenDschungel
Sandra McGriff, Creative Chaos
Sandra Neights, Petalo Azul
Sandra Young, It's a Bead Life!
Sara Oehler, SoftFlex Girl
Saturday Sequins, Saturday Sequins
Shanti Johnson, Sunshine Bliss
Shari Replogle, Plays With Paper
Sonya Stille, Dreamin' of Beads
Stefanie Teufel, Stefanies Sammelsurium
Tammie Everly, TTE Designs
Tania Spivey, Moobie Grace Designs
Therese Frank, Therese's Treasures
Tina Holden, Polymer Clay Bytes!
Toltec Jewels, Jewel School Friends 
Tracey Nanstad, A Beadiful Mess
Tracy Choy, BumbleBeads Designs
Valerie Norton, Hot Art

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Blogger Unknown said...

Delightful use of the colours and the media.Love and Hugs Tanya

6:23 am CEST  
Anonymous Heather Otto said...

Yummy soup!! I love all the little bits and pieces you have in the necklace. Very eclectic, bohemian! :)

7:23 am CEST  
Blogger Kumi Fisher said...

I LOVE what you made! Gorgeous necklace!!

7:58 am CEST  
Blogger BlueAntiquities said...

Very cool and artsy necklace!

8:04 am CEST  
Blogger JuLee said...

This looks like it will be a lot of fun to wear. Good job

9:47 am CEST  
Blogger Unknown said...

Love the focal and how tactile the design around it is. Great work.

10:12 am CEST  
Blogger bailaora said...

Very interesting and creative necklace!!!Regards from Poland, Dorota

10:49 am CEST  
Blogger Jenni said...

Your necklace is so cute! I love it. Such a gorgeous focal.Love the addition of the aqua lampwork beads to go with the ribbon.

11:03 am CEST  
Blogger Shyme said...

Beautiful necklace! I really like this type och industrial, steampunky pieces!

1:02 pm CEST  
Blogger m.e. said...

Some of my favorite colors.
You showcased that great focal perfectly !
Love you design.
Delicious Soup !
m.e. :)

1:28 pm CEST  
Blogger Lisa Chapman said...

What a wonderful focal! You did a great job with the necklace. I love it!

1:46 pm CEST  
Blogger EB Bead and Metal Works, LLC said...

Gorgeous necklace! Love all the different components you have in the necklace and love the pop of color from the lampwork beads! Love the focal and how it is front and center!

2:05 pm CEST  
Blogger Mags said...

What a cool design! I like this best so far, halfway hopping now :-D

2:32 pm CEST  
Blogger Courtney Breul said...

I love the book pendant! The necklace is so joyful. The colors are perfect together. Beautiful piece.

3:06 pm CEST  
Blogger Pepita said...

Oh, I like the necklace very much!!! It feels so bohemian ... and what I like most is a quite simple colour scheme and such richness in the components, each detail calls for attention and a second look. The blue/green glass beads add just enough brightness to the whole picture. Alenka

3:10 pm CEST  
Blogger fireflymyst said...

Wonderful necklace! Great work on the wirewrapping!

3:38 pm CEST  
Blogger Amy's said...

Gorgeous necklace.

4:05 pm CEST  
Blogger SwallowtailJewellery said...

Gorgeous necklace! Love the little book focal and the earthy colours. Great bead soup!

4:18 pm CEST  
Blogger Iveth @ The Creative Atelier said...

Such a nice necklace! I like the nice use of color on it:)

4:25 pm CEST  
Blogger Moobie Grace said...

I love the bohemian feel to your necklace...but how could you go wrong with such a great soup?

4:30 pm CEST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! I adore your piece! My favorite so far in this bead soup blog party!!! Just my style :)

4:58 pm CEST  
Blogger Giorgia Rossini said...

love the soup you received. you did a beautiful necklace!
ciao dall'Italia

5:11 pm CEST  
Anonymous Deb Davis said...

I love the industrial funky feel to your necklace. Great work!

5:13 pm CEST  
Blogger min said...

the necklace is really really nice. great design in piecing everything together. the necklace feels like it is ready to tell a story :)

5:21 pm CEST  
Blogger elisabeth said...

Beautiful necklace!

5:26 pm CEST  
Blogger Andrea said...

Fabulous organic piece.

6:17 pm CEST  
Blogger Kym Hunter Designs said...

Gorgeous necklace! I love the colors and the asymmetrical design. So pretty!

6:39 pm CEST  
Blogger Unknown said...

Very cool funky necklace, the colors look great and I really like the use of numbers in it...different!

6:47 pm CEST  
Blogger Sandra said...

beautiful design, love it!

7:22 pm CEST  
Blogger Sandra said...

great design, love it!

7:24 pm CEST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A great necklace for a great soup. I love it.

8:27 pm CEST  
Blogger Bryna said...

Love it, love it, love it!

8:31 pm CEST  
Blogger White Horse Beading said...

Beautiful job with your soup, the necklace is beautiful!

9:02 pm CEST  
Blogger Pretty Things said...

Really love it, and I admire that style a lot but I'm not good at it! You did a wonderful job!

9:10 pm CEST  
Blogger Lilyweeds at Augusta Kent Studio said...

such beautiful jewelry you made. I love this. ~diana

9:40 pm CEST  
Blogger Becky Pancake said...

You did a wonderful job with your necklace.

11:09 pm CEST  
Blogger Shai Williams said...

What a delightful necklace!

11:44 pm CEST  
Blogger The Jewelry Larder said...

I am color person and have a fear of working with a soup like yours but you have done a great job with your soup. There are some interesting details there.

12:36 am CEST  
Blogger Francy said...

love your necklace!

1:39 am CEST  
Blogger Unknown said...

I love the necklace - very eclectic with great color!

2:12 am CEST  
Blogger april grinaway said...

Lovely !

3:25 am CEST  
Blogger Barb Fernald said...

That little book is really a fun focal. Your necklace came out great!

4:30 am CEST  
Blogger Karen Mitchell said...

Wonderful bead soup. Love what you've made with it!

5:09 am CEST  
Blogger Jean A. Wells said...

What do I think of your new necklace? I love it. I love the color and it is very artsy --you should be proud of what you made. It's a great job!

5:11 am CEST  
Blogger Melissa said...

oh my goodness, what a great soup. I adore that pendant and the whole composition of your piece. <3

Melissa Muir

5:29 am CEST  
Blogger barbe said...

It so wonderful!!!! I hope you you had as much fun creating with my soup as I did with yours! AND I can't wait to use those other lovely beads you send. Thank you so much for being my partner!

5:29 am CEST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Such an awesome necklace! <3 <3 <3 :)

7:16 am CEST  
Blogger EWA gyöngyös világa! / EWA's World of Beads! said...

A very unique necklace !That are of a very young style!Congrats!

10:17 am CEST  
Blogger BluMoon said...

Very cool organic pieces Anke, I like what you did with your soup.

11:26 am CEST  
Blogger baymoondesign said...

I love the focal that you got and you did justice to it with your necklace.

1:20 pm CEST  
Blogger Maria Rosa Sharrow said...

Love the focal. You did a marvelous job on the necklace.

1:42 pm CEST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh, what a great necklace! I love how you used your soup!

1:46 pm CEST  
Blogger Krafty Max Originals said...

Very unique creations!!!

2:25 pm CEST  
Blogger K said...

Beautiful piece!

3:11 pm CEST  
Blogger Unknown said...

I see why the book had to be the center. You did a wonderful job your necklace is lovely.

6:16 pm CEST  
Blogger Kim said...

I love your necklace, it's beautiful!

6:17 pm CEST  
Blogger CraftyHope said...

I really, really love this necklace you created. It's something I would absolutely wear. There's so much interest and one-of-a-kind-ness about it. Fabulous job!

6:24 pm CEST  
Blogger Regina said...

It is beautiful, love all the different elements that come together so well in your necklace.

7:16 pm CEST  
Blogger Megilon said...

What a beautiful necklace! Stunning wirework!!

2:34 am CEST  
Blogger Lupe Meter said...

Beautiful necklace, Anke!! Love the steampunkery feel to it, yet it is dainty!! Awesome job!

3:21 am CEST  
Blogger Unknown said...

Beautiful piece! Each component is so interesting on its own and you did a terrific job of putting it all together.

5:35 am CEST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love your reveal... beautiful work... Absolutely gorgeous!!!

5:59 am CEST  
Blogger jennifers jewels and junk said...

I love the use of your soup. It's such a fun piece :)

6:25 am CEST  
Blogger Shanti Harvell said...

To die for necklace!

7:36 am CEST  
Blogger adlinah said...

You did such justice to that unique focal. Beautiful necklace!

10:43 am CEST  
Blogger Leah Curtis said...

Beautiful! That's a great necklace.

4:51 pm CEST  
Blogger Shirley said...

What a lovely necklace! I love the book, and I can see you will get a lot of complements when you wear it!

7:07 pm CEST  
Blogger Cheryl said...

Lovely design. The book is a wonderful focal piece.

9:20 pm CEST  
Blogger Kathy Combs said...

Really like your design on this necklace. Well done!

4:46 am CEST  
Blogger A Polymer Penchant said...

I think you did a great job brining it all together, very fun!

5:05 am CEST  
Blogger Lola said...

Beautiful necklace!

6:53 am CEST  
Blogger Unknown said...

Beautiful necklace Anke, I love how you put it all together.

5:29 pm CEST  
Blogger Therese's Treasures said...

Hi Anke,
Beautiful necklace.

10:28 pm CEST  
Blogger thecolorofdreams said...

Great necklace design. Really pretty.

4:06 pm CEST  
Blogger LoriF said...

Anke, I just love your necklace; that focal is so pretty, and you have done a great job of highlighting it in the piece.

2:58 am CEST  
Blogger BeadsByEarthTones said...

what an awesome focal! i love the earthy element to this necklace...just beautiful!

5:11 pm CEST  
Blogger Unknown said...

You did a great job. What you did with the focal was just perfect! Loved it!

6:43 pm CEST  
Blogger Andra said...

I love your necklace. You made a beautiful necklace out of some unusual components. Great creativeness!

2:49 am CEST  
Blogger Sabine Dittrich said...

Toll gemacht. Wirklich lustige Teile für die Kette. Und sie sieht wirklich klasse aus. Kompliment!

3:24 pm CEST  
Blogger aneri_masi said...

Me likey!!! So cute!

1:31 am CEST  

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