April 29, 2008

Inspired by The Sea




28 comments:

  1. Lovely! I like freeform very much and made a freeform bracelet inspired by the sea last year, too! Great!

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  2. Smadar ~ This is simply lovely! I found your site via Triz's site (glad to see you on ETSY!) and can't wait to see your other creations. All the best. Linda

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  3. Thank you beadexplorer, freeform beading is really exciting, isn't it?

    Thank you Linda and Welcome :)

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  4. Hi, Smadar. I can feel the gentle waves against the sand in your piece. Very soothing....

    Susan

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  5. Hey Smadar, thank you so much for your comments on my blog. I will have to tell The Lone Beader that you envy me because I know her and met her in person. :) I'll surely come back to your blog soon to look what you are up to ...

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  6. Again - what a lovely blend of hues of beige and sand in this one! Admirable!

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  7. This is beautiful Smadar!!! This is the perfect necklace to wear for a day at the beach and if you don't have a beach to visit, well, just pretend that you do ;)

    Louise

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  8. Your work is just lovely and so well photographed. I like your banner photo and atavar as well.
    I am currently being mesmerized by your photobucket slide show.

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  9. That is so pretty and delicate!

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  10. Thanks so much, everyone!

    Beadexplorer - LOL, please do tell LB :P

    Dear Louise - I guess I'll have to pretend.. :)

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  11. Your work is beautiful. I especially love the bracelet in your banner, it is beautiful.

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  12. Thanks, Lizzy, you have really nice things in your shop :)

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  13. What lovely work! I'm happy that Entrecard leads me to artisans like you. Wow, I'm really impressed. I like your blog too, the gray background really shows the art off nicely without competing with it. Good work and thanks!! Bonnie

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  14. !!!!!!!איזו שרשרת מיוחדת
    אני חייבת לצאת מהמסגרת ולהכין גם משהו בסגנון חופשי
    מחכה להפגש איתך
    צריכה שההשראה תהיה קרובה אלי פיסית
    חחחחח
    איריס

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  15. Thank you Bonnie! I'm glad you enjoyed visiting my blog :)

    תודה איריס, ננסה להפגש שוב בקרוב..

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  16. Your work is beautiful, and your blog is just as impressive. I guess if its something you are good at and enjoy then being a beadaholic is a good thing

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  17. Lovely work. I've never seen woven beadwork (is that the right name) before. Even simple beads used together can create something beautiful.

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  18. Beautiful Smadar!!! as always!!! :-)

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  19. your work is fantastic! it's obvious that you have a gift for this. keep it up!

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  20. Thank you, Artbeat, it is a good and positive addiction :)

    Journeyer, thanks, and you can see more of woven beadwork on: http://etsy-beadweavers.blogspot.com - it's worth the click ;)

    Thank you too, monaco and dear TRIZ!!!

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  21. Lovely! I would love to own a piece like this (I'm too challenged to create one myself LOL). I went looking for it on your Etsy site, but didn't see it. I hope you put it out there soon! It's my idea of classic.

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  22. Thank you, Margaret! It is listed on my Etsy shop :)

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  23. Your pieces are amazing -- the time that must go into this type of bead work is extensive -- the patience you must have -- beautiful pieces!

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  24. Nanjodogz, thank you! and you are right - it does take a lot of time to create this kind of beadworks, but it is very rewarding :)

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  25. Lovely soft colors... great design!

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