13 April 2013

Mrożona pralina & Frozen praline - Bead Soup Blog Party Reveal

So the Second Reveal of 7th Bead Soup Blog Party is finally on! First I want to show you the best piece (according to me) of my bead soup jewellery. Winter, frozen and magical earrings! I know well that they have many details (maybe too much, but it's my artistic vision), but I still hope that you'll love them. When I saw these Swarovski teardrops I knew exactly what to with them. So I've started sketching, choosing materials then I've put it all together. I've used mystic quartz, silver 925, Toho and my favourite material - polymer clay. They were hard to make, but I think they're worth it. Snow White Queen would love to wear them, I'm sure of it ^_^
Koralikową imprezę czas zacząć! Na początku mam przyjemność zaprezentować moją najbardziej udaną i ozdobną część bead soupowej biżuterii. Zimowe, mrożone i magiczne kolczyki! Już ja dobrze wiem, że mają duuużo szczegółów (może troszkę za dużo, ale taka była moja wizja), nadal jednak mam nadzieję, że je polubicie. Kiedy po otwarciu paczki od Sary zobaczyłam te krople Swarovskiego, od razu wiedziałam co z nimi zrobię. Zaczęłam więc szkicować projekt, wybierać i kupować materiały i złożyłam wszystko w całość. Użyłam kwarcu mystic, srebra, koralików Toho i mojego ukochanego cernitu. Nie było łatwo, ale się opłacało. Jestem pewna, że sama Królowa Śniegu nie powstydziłaby się ich założyć ^_^

I've had enormous problem with this lovely sardonyx. Who would have thought, hm? I've just couldn't figure out what can I make with it. Oh, Sarah you probably won't believe it :) Day by day and I haven't had a clue! Normally I don't work with rectangle shape...Finally, one day I've mixed cernit and done this brooch. I guess that the best ideas came out of the blue. So here you have - my heart praline with sardonyx and polymer clay. I've baked it during Easter time between removing one cake and putting another to the oven. Here's a surprise - the brooch smells like a cake :)
Ten cudny sardonyks sprawiał mi kłopot dość długo. No cóż, kto by pomyślał? Przecież zwykle nie pracuję z prostokątnymi kamieniami. W każdym razie dni mijały, a ja nie miałam żadnego pomysłu co by tu z nim zrobić. Wreszcie, zdarzył się dzień kiedy usiadłam z pudełkiem cernitu, wymieszałam kolory i stworzyłam to cacko! Wygląda na to, że najlepsze pomysły przychodzą niespodziewanie. Samą broszkę wypiekałam podczas szału przedświątecznego i dzięki temu, że blacha trafiła do wypieku między mazurkiem, a sernikiem - pachnie jak ciasto. Wygląda jak pralinka, pachnie jak ciastko, ale niestety nie można tego zjeść. Bardzo przygnębiające :)
I don't think that necklaces are my thing, but I've wanted to challenge myself again. What I've ended up with is gray reality with a little bit of blue sky. I like this color set. I've used frosted agate, hematite, many metal pieces thick braided strap and of course blue agate (I think this agate has been waiting for its turn from St. Dominic's Fair). It's hard to photograph and I just hope you can imagine how cute it is .
Mam wrażenie, że naszyjniki to nie jest to w czym jestem dobra. Postanowiłam jednak spróbować. To co powstało to szara, smutna rzeczywistość z jasnym, błękitnym niebem. Chyba zawsze lubiłam to połączenie kolorów. Do naszyjnika użyłam spękany agat, hematyt, dużo dziwny metalowych elementów, gruby pleciony rzemień i wisienkę na torcie - błękitny agat, który czekał na swoją kolej chyba od Jarmarku Dominikańskiego. Trudno mi było zrobić ładne zdjęcia, dlatego proszę zdajcie się na swoją wyobraźnię i wiedzcie, że jest naprawdę ładny.
I've made also a bracelet with metal leafy clasp. I've picked smoky quartz, tiger eye and rose quart which I've bought specially for this project. I've wanted to break the color range, you know all these brownies :) I think it looks quite pretty on a hand.
Jako ostatnią pokazuję bransoletkę z liściastym zapięciem. Wybrałam do niej kwarc dymny, tygrysie oko oraz kwarc różowy, który kupiłam w Skarbach Natury (chciałam jakoś przełamać te wszystkie brązy). Na ręce wygląda całkiem ładnie i elegancko.
Just a quick remind of what I've got from my partner. I haven't used everything, but I'm sure that the rest of soup will be soon in my projects. Especially these beautiful obsidian! I still don't know what I haven't made anything with them. 
Tak dla przypomnienia koraliki od Sary. Niestety nie użyłam wszystkiego, ale jestem pewna, że reszta pojawi się kiedyś w moich projektach. Szczególnie ten przepiękny tęczowy obsydian. Właściwie to ciągle się zastanawiam, dlaczego nic z nim do tej pory nie zrobiłam. 
Please, don't forget to visit my partner Sarah to see what she has done with her soup. I'm sure that she has made something incredible!
Nie zapomnijcie zajrzeć do Sary, żeby zobaczyć co zrobiła ze koralikami ode mnie. Jestem pewna, że będzie to coś wspaniałego!

I want to say big huge THANK YOU to Lori, Sarah and other participants for whole this fun. I'm so glad that I could be a part of it one more time. I hope to see you all in the next Bead Soup Blog Party!
Na koniec chciałabym serdecznie podziękować Lori, Sarze i wszystkim uczestnikom za tę wspaniałą zabawę. Cieszę się, że mogłam być po raz kolejny częścią tego wydarzenia.

Full list of Second Reveal participants is here.
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A moje mrożone kolczyki chciałabym zgłosić na wyzwanie Kreatywnego Kufra, jako że dawno mnie już nie było tam widać :)
And I want to add my earrings for the KK challenge, cause I haven't been there for a long time :)

85 comments:

  1. Everything turned out beautifully! The heart cut out brooch is such a unique idea!

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  2. all so beautiful - the earrings are my favorite.

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  3. I think you definitely did your soup justice! I must also compliment you on what a different way you go about your creating! I can't say I've seen anything so unique and beautiful before, especially those earrings (I can definitely see why they're your favorite) :)

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  4. It's good to challenge yourself; I like your necklace. The polymer clay earrings that look like soutache are really cute.

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  5. Very beautiful! I especially love the earrings

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  6. About to put my own post up, but before I do, my goodness, those are gorgeous! I particularly love what you did with the sardonyx for the brooch, and the earrings are so beautiful!

    Hope you had fun with what I sent - I know the pieces I received from you gave me my biggest creative boost in years.

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  7. Piękne, pomysłowe i na pewno wymgające wielkiej pracy kolczyki!Gratulacje!
    Great, inventive earrings, big work you put in it.Congratulations!

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  8. All your pieces came out beautifully...the earrings are da bomb...congrats!

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  9. Love the earrings, I can see why they are your favorite!
    Gina H

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  10. All so beautiful!
    Earring are my fav!

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  11. gorgeous soup, the earrings are my favourite!

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  12. I would say doing necklaces is absolutely your thing ;0) Beautiful timeless and elegant jewelry, what you've made. And the heart praline is totally charming - I can smell it up to here!

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  13. stunning earrings and I love the necklace with the blue agate

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  14. Beautiful! I LOVE< LOE< LOVE the earrings.
    kathy

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  15. Great pieces, all of them! I love your Snow Queen earrings, what a great idea to use the polymer clay to simulate soutache! I love it!

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  16. You did a beautiful job with your necklace and bracelets. i see why the earrings are your favorite though...so pretty, I love them!

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  17. I love then all!! Beautiful! :)

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  18. Wonderfully created pieces! I love that your brooch smells like cake :) Love the necklace - those colors are stunning and I am sure it is gorgeous when you wear it. Love all your pieces!

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  19. Piękna robota! Kocham poruszyć. :)
    Beautiful job! I love the broach. :)

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  20. Wow! Lovely Designs. Those earrings are really stunning :-)

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  21. Wow, such inventive ideas! I love the brooch!

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  22. Heart praline - yummy :) Lovely earrings.

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  23. Beautiful I LOVEthose earrings.

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  24. Karen13.4.13

    Beautiful bead soup! I especially love the earrings - gorgeous!

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  25. Love the earrings!

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  26. Beautiful work well done!

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  27. Love it all, especially with you did with the sardonyx !

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  28. Those earrings are gorgeous!! Awesome work.

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  29. I love what you did with your soup mix ....everything is fab but my absolute fav is the first article the earrings just super...Thank you for sharing http://jaacquelinesjewels.blogspot.com/2013/03/bead-soup-blog-party-reveal-is-here.html

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  30. such a surprise with the sardonyx!!
    My favorite is the blue and gray necklace-why do you think necklaces are not your thing?

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  31. Love the sardonyx. Beautiful work. Great job!

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  32. Well done! Love the necklace.

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  33. The detail in the earrings is awesome! Beautiful!
    I absolutely love what you did with the focal ~ very clever☺

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  34. Those earrings are my favorites as well!! Well done!

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  35. Nice job you did with all the pieces, I am partial to the necklace!

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  36. Przepiękne! Zakochałam się w kolczykach!

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  37. Love the brooch.. The earrings are beautiful. great job.

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  38. Love what you made with your soup. Especially the earrings, they are FAB

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  39. I love your technique! beautiful pieces, especially the brooch!

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  40. I love the earrings!
    I'm on the 3rd reveal, I'm partecipating for the 3rd time on BSBP, what a fun :)
    ciao dall'Italia

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  41. Beautiful work! Those earrings are gorgeous! <3

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  42. Very interesting polymer clay jewelry!

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  43. lovely, lots going on here, very nice...

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  44. koraliki na które pewnie nie zwróciłabym uwagi w twoim uzyciu osząłamiają

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  45. Everything is absolutely beautiful! I love the idea of the rose quartz with the smoky quartz and tiger eye and those earrings are breathtaking!!!

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  46. Beautiful work, I especially like the earrings.

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  47. All your work is lovely. The earrings are fit for a queen!

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  48. Stunning!!! Those earrings are magnificent. How can you go wrong with a bead that smells like a cake? That made me laugh. The blue agate sets off the colors in your beautiful necklace perfectly.I also like the pink with the brown.

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  49. Wow, such beauties!! Love, love, love those earrings!! I agree, they ARE fit for a queen! Beautiful creations, nice job!!

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  50. beautiful creations, great use of the colors!!! I really like the necklace!! ~KM

    1st reveal - http://kraftymax.blogspot.com/2013/03/7th-bead-soup-blog-party-reveal-33013.html

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  51. the necklace is my favorite, beautiful!

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  52. Oh my! these are all so beautiful but those earrings are just delightful! I love how you used the Sardonyx great praline heart!
    It is all lovely.
    I hope you will visit me, this is such fun!
    Jackie

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  53. All of your work is lovely, I love the brooch! You did a great job!

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  54. Gorgeous pieces. Your necklace is my fave. Love the blue with the grey.

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  55. Very lovely, I'm really drawn to the grey and blue necklace, wonderful!

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  56. OMG! I am stealing those
    earrings from
    Snow White Queen!
    Amazing pieces!
    Bravo! : ) Laura

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  57. Such beautiful creations!!! Well done!!! :)

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  58. So beautiful. Love the earrings!

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  59. Very beautiful design, my favorite is the earrings pair.

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  60. I am from the first reveal. I like what our you did with your bead soup.
    Great creativity

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  61. All your designs are elegant and classy. What you've done in the earrings with polymer clay is so amazing - the result is marvellous. Yes, I agree with you - Snow White would love to wear them. They're exquisite. Excellent work.

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  62. Simply stunning pieces you've created here. I love the focals you sent to Sarah too.

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  63. Great use of bugle beads!

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  64. I can fully appreciate the difficulty of those first earrings. You have a very steady hand, well done!!

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  65. Truly beautiful earrings. I thought they were soutache at first. Great use of polymer clay!

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  66. everything is beautiful ..love the earrings.

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  67. What a beautiful collection you created!

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  68. Everything is beautiful!
    Excellent work!

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  69. I've only seen two other people make polymer clay jewelry that resembles soutache. *very creative!*

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  70. Your designs are lovely. Very nice.

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  71. Your things are a work of art. Beautiful!!!!
    Linda

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  72. Such lovely work. The earrings are really eye-catching -- they look like soutache,and I never would have guessed they are polymer!

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  73. Piękne prace:) zapraszam do siebie http://unikatart.eu/
    Pozdrawiam serdecznie:)

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  74. Everything is very nice, but I LOVE those earrings! stunning!

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  75. You got sent the same clasp I did! Really lovely, very creative and those earrings are my favorite too, utterly beautiful!

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  76. Yes, those earrings are beautiful! And your necklace also turned out so well. I love that little pop of blue in it.

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  77. What incredible pieces! I especially like the heart shaped cutout.

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  78. Everything is so incredibly beautiful, particularly those earrings! I'm so pleased you joined and I'm so sorry I was delayed in visiting.

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  79. Your work is stunning. I also love the earrings. They reminds me to a traditional russian costume. But especially I love the brooch. She looks like a chocolate candy.

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  80. Podziwiam tak misterną pracę. Te zawijaski-nie moge nawet ogarnąć jak je takie maleńkie zrobiłaś :). Powodzenia w wyzwaniu, ja tym razem nie startuję, ale kibicuję mocno koleżance po fachu :).

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