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Saturday, February 25, 2012

Echo Creative Club - February 2012

Hello!
Welcome to my second Echo Creative Club challenge.
Peeled Paint Chip Beads provided by Jewelry by Jeannie.



I was sent a package of white, gold and copper peeled paint chips for this month's challenge and with so much on my plate this month almost forgot about them! Yikes!!!


I had tucked the package away for safe keeping (my 2yo plays at my bead table) and then almost forgot to make anything. Luckily for me Jeannie sent a reminder e-mail and I went straight to my work table and got out my goodies.

I wanted to pull out the copper color in the beads so I grabbed one of my etched copper pendants, copper bead caps, my handmade copper ball headpins, some goldstone from my friend Katie Deck and some dyed riverstones. I <3 riverstone.


I stamped the pendant with my daughter's name because she is our little princess ;-) As you can see she loves it and it works as a mother's necklace for me too.


I hope you will visit the other participants for this month's challenge. I can't wait to see what they have come up with.

Thank you again Jeannie. These were beads I would have never thought of using but I love them so much, they are lightweight, well made and just a perfect accent bead for your projects.


 Sorry this necklace is not for sale, it's mine, if I can get it away from Emily Grace :-)














~Shannon

Here are the stars for February:


Cindy Cima Edwards  http://www.cindycima.com
Shannon Chomanczuk  http://www.formysweetdaughter.blogspot.com <---You are here :-)
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13 comments:

Therese's Treasures said...

Shannon,
Beautiful necklace and beautiful child.
Therese

jeanniek said...

Oh Shannon she is a princess and it just melts my heart that you made this necklace with her in mind. The beads you paired my beads with are perfect, oh and the dangles, l o v e dangle style anything. Thank you for creating such beauty.

Kristen said...

Oh Shannon I would never dream of taking such a precious creation from Emily! I love with you did with the peeled paint beads. I too am loving Jeannie's creations.

TesoriTrovati said...

You have the cutest model EVER! Princess Emily is adorable. And I love what you did with the stamped and etched pendant. The beads work so well with so many different combinations. I am blown away by the whole group.
Enjoy the day.
Erin

Lori Anderson said...

I LOVE it! What a beautiful focal and I love your using goldstone. I have a set of those white beads and I had thought about goldstone, too! Aren't they cool beads?

Shel said...

Oh my - she's the cutest little princess and you can tell she loves her necklace!! I love how you used Jeannie's peeled paint beads - fabulous indeed! What a gorgeous necklace - I hope you are able to sneak in away and wear it!! :)

Molly Alexander said...

Shannon, I love this necklace - your model absolutely does it justice! Jeannie's beads work perfectly with this design - beautiful!

:) Molly

Courtney said...

I love all of it! The copper plays wonderfully with Jeannie's beads. Of course, the model is the best of all! :)

Lola said...

Your necklace is stunning and your daughter ~ Princess Emily ~ is adorable! I love the goldstone with Jeannie’s beads … the perfect backdrop for making the peeled paint beads shine! Good luck getting that necklace back from Emily … she clearly loves it as much as we do!

Cindy Cima said...

This necklace looks great! Love the stamped pendant too!
Emily looks very similar to my granddaughter when she was younger - she is too cute!

Kokopelli said...

Emily's face says it all! It's mine and I will not give it back. :-) Great work and I love the pendant. Ties it all together.

Malin de Koning said...

Very sweet Shannon. Perfect for your little girl. Sweets for a sweetie! I particularly like that you used gold stone. For some reason I've never used it myself before. I've just never managed to see it in a design. Now I have changed my mind. Thank you! All my best!

Designs by Dawn Marie said...

Very pretty Shannon! I love copper as a metal, the look, the warmth, the colors that pair well with it. It just speaks to me. Love what you did with Jeannie's beads! Just gorgeous!
{Hugs!}