About a week ago we had another crafting session (another one sounds good since I didn't even show you the results from the one before ^^). This time it was using all the beads to create some jewelery. The session before we made beads with polymer clay. The group was mixed with beginners to people like me creating stuff for quite a while now. Two of us brought their stash and stuff with them (a friend of mine, the one with all the beaded jewelery, brought so man findings, swaroswkis, seed beads, stones with her... and I brought my polymer clay beads, czech glass beads and other kinds of glass and metal beads...).
I really love the earrings above! (made by my friend who also brought her stash ^^) Long and dangling with a vintage vibe...
The necklace was called "Fundstücke". The person creating it wire wrapped beads for the first time. She did really well... and complained also a lot about it ;)
Can you count all my polymer clay beads used?
I also really like how she used the chain to attach the little polymer clay ammonites.
@Michelle: Do you recognize the beads? The same person creating the necklace above also made these earrings and the bracelet with grey cotton thread. Yellow still is a difficult colour for me, so I was surprised how well it went with the grey thread!
...and more ammonite earrings :)
Made by the same person like the first earrings shown (you see a clear colour scheme? ^^)
...and the following four earring pairs are made by me. The first two also with some of my polymer clay beads...
...and no, I still have a big stash of beads...
I already used this style for earrings in the past and it also won't be the last time :)
All of the next pieces are also made from one person, her first jewelery made by herself...
...and yes, we spread the addiction!
The backside of the pendant (again polymer clay).
I made these magenta beads already a long time ago and I am happy that they finally found a home!
Magenta/pink with purple and silver, always a perfect colour combination.
Have a closer look at the way she made the knotted necklace, something I have to remember for myself.
This was an experimental bead I also made a long time ago. I loved it but... it was not me. So it made me smile that it was used now!
I always enjoy getting together with friends to create "stuff" (polymer clay, sewing, jewelery... whatever!). I also enjoy teaching as well as learning... sadly it is always really difficult to find a fitting date. *sighs*