Hello, dear beady friends!
I’m very happy to present you my newest design: this lovely bracelet made with 5mm RounDuos (from PotomacBeads) 4mm chaton montees, 3mm rounds and seed beads. It is easy to make and works up fairly quickly!
Hello and welcome, dear beady people!
I hope you like my new web shop! Please, if you read this post, and you’ve toured the site already, do let me know what you think of it: I’d love to have your feedback.
I still have to add a number of products, for which I’ve decided I needed to update the pictures and make some changes to the tutorials too, so that is the reason some categories have only one or two products.
Thank you all and happy beading! 🙂
Hello everyone out there in this beautiful world! <3
I’ve made a new piece of beautiful jewelry! It is the gorgeous, Egiptian looking necklace in the picture. I can’t wait to get a little bit of tan and wear it!
Finally, after taking a vacation and staying with my mum, in my home country Romania, for three weeks, I managed to finish writing a new tutorial. It’s a pair of lovely earrings I made while on vacation :).
The earrings are made with 12mm rivolis, 3mm bicones and Miyuki seed beads and drop/fringe beads. I’ve bezeled the 12mm rivoli and then embellished it giving it a triangular, fan like shape. And I called them Fanned Away, a name I quite love. 😀
I’ve just finished this bracelet and love it! Isn’t it lovely? I’m so happy with the clasp, can you see it? It’s a Swarovski 6mm bezeled chaton. It could actually be used as a button. 🙂 You could sew it on shirts or other items!
The tutorial will be ready in a week, probably. I have another project I would like to work on first. And beading is so much more fun that writing tutorials! So I need to bead a little more, before starting to work on the written tutorial. 😀
I hope you are all having a lovely Sunday! <3
And this is the bracelet made with the Arcos par Puca beads. I am very happy with the result, I must say. It is quite challenging to work with beads that have multiple holes, at least for me, at least for now. 🙂
I have finally got the chance to use the Arcos par Puca beads. I must say that three holes seemed a lot to me, and I hadn’t really had a clue on what to do with all three of them! 🙂 Because not using all three of them, would have made feel a little weird… yes, I know it sound silly, but then I think I am a little silly. 😀