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Monday, May 2, 2011

Spring Rain giving us Spring Flowers - Spring Features

I loove Flowers, but I dread the rain that it takes in order to give us that rich green grass, and blooming trees, and the lovely tulips that only come out for one short season.

Each year I get excited to plant, and garden...but I haven't had the time in the past two years to do so, and the one year - it was too hot for them.

Hopefully this year, we'll have it right. We are finally turning the patio from storage room into a sun room - soo excited!

Of course we will fill it with plants, decorations, and FLOWERS!!

On top of my love for flowers, I've always enjoyed making pretty, colorful jewelry such as my wire weave necklaces which occasionally found flowers intertwined on them.

Now I have floral earrings and bracelet (soon to be many), made with my favorite era of all time - the Victorian Age. It has been so much fun to mae them, and as I do so I begin to create different designs with them.

Being that it is Spring, here are some lovely and ornate pieces made with floral designs and Lucite flowers!!


Midnight Rain




Summer Beaded Bracelet




Butterfly Garden Bracelet





Glamour in Dark Gray and Silver





That's today's edition of floral designs! I hope you stop by their Shops and see the rest of their lovely artistic pieces! =)

5 comments:

  1. What a lovely blog you have. Thanks for including my bracelet. I'm honored.

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  2. You are most welcome! And thank you, I'm not very good with blogs, but glad its appealing! =)

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  3. How nice to see some spring flowers instead of ice pellets. And thanks for featuring my bracelet :)

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  4. I would love to see a photo of your new sunroom when you have created it, I'm sure it is going to be beautiful!
    Thank you for sharing my "Midnight rain" bracelet, it is an honour to be included among the talented artisans you featured here.
    Love and bless, Nita.

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  5. you are most welcome Mimi! Thankfully no pelets here, but I've been hearing stories of snow just a few hours north! =/

    Nita, when it is complete I will gladly share some photos! =)

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