Wednesday, February 23, 2011

BTW Feb 23, 2011


It's Bead Table Wednesday Today.  I have been busy making signs of spring for the upcoming Beads-of-Clay Open studio event March 6.  There is still time to sign up to participate if you are a ceramic bead maker.   Here are some of the pieces I have been working with.  And I have been continuing to experiment with Coyote Glazes--the disk beads and leaves.
 I love the Shino and mottled blue combo on these.  The others are gun metal green and blue.

But most of my bead table is still involved in the big Bead Soup Blog Party coming up Saturday!!  I have been having a great time working with Genea's beads.   No sneak peaks yet. 

10 comments:

  1. Oh, I'm eagerly awaiting the reveal of the soup:-)

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  2. LOVE the butterfly shapes combined with your flower molds! Georgeous!
    See you on Bead Soup Sunday ;)

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  3. Love the blue/chino combination.
    Jenni

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  4. Those disk beads and leaves are awesome! I'm forwarding the Awesome Blog Award to you, http://gbkoru.blogspot.com/2011/02/awesome-blog-award.html
    Hugs, Gunilla

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  5. This soup is going to be the BEST EVER! I love what you have to create with... and your butterflies up top. So fun for spring! I hope it comes soon. I can't stand to look at white any longer. Enjoy the day!
    Erin

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  6. Love those earthenware butterflies Mary! I can't wait to see what you create with that lovely stash of beads, too!

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  7. Your new beads are great love those leaves!! I pretty much love everything you make, must be mother nature's gift of inspiration you are so well connected to. It will be a bright surprise tomorrow when you reveal your soup too! I will be back.

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  8. A hint of spring is in the air with butterfly's fluttering everywhere!i am so looking foward to everyones reveal tom. Happy TGIG :)

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  9. Thanks to all of you for such nice encouraging comments. So appreciated.

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  10. Very interesting! I like it so much!

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