BEADS IN THE WILD
Ever wondered what happens to my beads when they leave the workshop? Have a look at these beads in the wild….!
If you’ve made something fabulous out of beads from the Let Fire Inspire workshop, I’d love to hear from you! I’d be happy to feature a picture of it here, and to link to your website or Etsy shop. Just drop me a line!
Sarah, the artisan designer/maker behind Chalso, posted these pictures yesterday and has kindly given me permission to use them on this page. Thanks, Sarah!
I love how she's set off these beads very simply with some gorgeous sterling silver earwires - they make for very elegant earrings.
Here's what Sarah said over on Instagram:
'I recently purchased some gorgeous handmade lampwork glass beads from @letfireinspire. This is the first of the jewellery I've made with them. I used hand crafted sterling silver earwires for these earrings too. Beautiful and unique.'
A bracelet for every outfit
There's a Let Fire Inspire bead to go with EVERYTHING - which is really being put to the test with this fabulous palette of gorgeous print blouses! The bracelets - and indeed the blouses - belong to Jean, who has kindly given her permission for me to use the pictures - thank you!
The Bead cave
Thank you Alison for allowing me to show you these pictures! These beads were part of a large set made using one of my favourite combinations of green and periwinkle glass! Luscious!
I was so thrilled to receive this picture from Elizabeth the day after the beads she'd bought from my Etsy shop arrived with her - she's made them into this stunning bracelet!
What I love is that she's keeping it for herself! It feels like a big compliment when a professional jewellery designer maker can't bear to part with something special!
Thank you Elizabeth for allowing me to publish this picture here.
Step this way to browse the gorgeous goodies in the Ornamenta by Elizabeth shop.
Sarah was so excited to receive her order from the Let Fire Inspire Etsy shop on a very sunny day that she posted this picture to Instagram! I can't wait to see what she makes out of them!
Have a look at Sarah's shop, Chalso, on Etsy, which is full of her beautiful work.