Saturday 1 December 2012

Art Bead Scene Ornament Blog Hop

So here is my sneak peek of my Art Bead Scene annual Ornament Blog Hop, published on the 1st December.....

And here are my ornaments:

Ceramic snowflakes - Bo Hulley
Polymer birds - Claire Lockwood
Czech glass - Smitten Beads
Waxed Linen cord - The Curious Bead Shop

Can't wait to see what everyone else on the list has come up with! 

Thanks to Art Bead Scene's Heather Powers for organising this lovely event.

Art Bead Scene 
Treasures Found
Songbeads {------ You are here! Thank you :-)
Viki O'Dell
Sue Beads
Modern Nature Studio
Diane Hawkey
Suburban Girl Studio
Jen Judd Rocks
Ellie's Bijoux
Island Girl's Insights
Life By The Seat Of My Pants
Too Aquarius 
Shelley Graham Turner 
Artfully Ornamental
Charis Designs Jewelry
Harrison Hollow Designs
Silver Nik Nats
Bead Soup Mix
Toodles and Binks
Bead Recipes
Play Sculpt Live
BeeTree by M.E.


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scotknit said...


Monique (A Half-Baked Notion) said...

I am eagerly anticipating Tuesday's reveal, Rebecca. When I was a young girl in the 60's, it was commonplace to give and receive handmade ornaments, either as a gift or to accompany a gift, and often incorporated in the design of the wrapping. Some ornaments were of plain or primitive style, others very ornate. Wouldn't it be wonderful to resurrect that tradition?

Niky Sayers said...

Oh such a lovely shade of green!

Caron Michelle said...

Oooh - didn't participate but can't wait to see the big reveal!

SueBeads said...

Very pretty!

Islandgirl said...

Those little Green birds are so cute! Love the colour. Those ornaments would show up so nicely on a real tree!

Kathleen Lange Klik said...

What sweet ornaments! I love that you used linen cord, very clever idea.

Heather Powers said...

These are so bright and festive. I love how you used the red cord to add a little extra cheer to the design. Perfect!

Monique (A Half-Baked Notion) said...

I adore the unexpected "Limey" touch in those sweet little birds. From the sneak peak pic, it was hard to imagine how much the colour would punch up the design!

Anonymous said...

I love the color combinations...beautiful!

TesoriTrovati said...

Love the fresh pop of that citrusy green with the bright red cord. Do you know how fabulous this would look on my tree? ;-) Thanks for playing Miss Rebecca. You always inspire me.
(And the bracelet in your header is dyn-o-mite!)
Enjoy the day.

Lori Bowring Michaud said...

Oh how sweet! I love the punch of color, so contemporary!

creativegoddess said...

I love those bright green birds! An ornament that doesn't have to be put away until spring! :)

A Hovel to Home said...

They are adorable.


(Toodles & Binks) another UK girl!!

Marie Cramp said...

Very sweet! I think those will look great on your tree :)

Unknown said...

Love the colors you used. So nice!

Unknown said...

Oh I love them! That splash of green is wonderful. Beautiful work.

Bead Soup Mix

Anonymous said...

They are beautiful ornaments! I love the pops of green and blue against the white and red background!

Kimisjewelryandgifts said...

Very cute. A whole tree full of litle birdys would be so adorable. Happy Holidays and happy hopping. I was added late. I was sick. Pleaes stop by,

Alice said...

These are just the sweetest! I love the littl green birds and the colorful beads.

Line said...

Those are so cute!

SmittenBeads said...

These are lovely Rebecca, I only stumbled upon this by accident. Really need to try and start blogging again! Thank you for using my little beads :) Claire xx


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