Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Once again...

...I have given my heart over to color. This gorgeous "dirty" turquoise glaze is my latest love. It's a combo of aqua and robin's egg blue with just the right amount of shabby chicness. This new ruffled fan earring design makes me happy too. Oh how I love to make pretty things! :)

In other news, tomorrow is the big Bead Soup reveal. I finished my piece yesterday. I NEVER finish things ahead of schedule so I am kind of in shock that I did it this time. I'm not sure what came over me. Anyhoo, tomorrow will be a fun day of blog hopping. There are so many people participating in this party and they will all be posting their finished creations so brace yourself for a busy blog reading time. I am going to try to visit each and every participant. It may take me a few days, but I shall do it! There is bound to be a lot of inspiration floating around! :)

9 comments:

mairedodd said...

i am not finished, but i have ideas! i got so inspired by that book we read that i couldn't think of anything else... not.even.kidding.
i am hoping that people will post their finished pieces to the flickr acct - that will make it a bit easier! :0) (for the book club and bead soup)

SueBeads said...

That's gorgeous! Love the color!

Spirited Earth said...

these are beautiful..like a moths wing..

TesoriTrovati said...

That is the IT color, Nancy! And such a pretty shape, too.
I am with Mary Jane... not finished, but the stock pot is simmering! I am usually the last to finish anything. Hoping it all comes together...
Looking forward to tomorrow and all the beady goodness!
Enjoy the day!
Erin

Silver Parrot said...

Really like that color - gives it an "aged" quality.

Rosanne said...

That turquoise has always been my favorite color of yours, but the little "dirt" adds just a bit of character to the color. I'm sure it will end up in my wardrobe one of these days.

Pretty Things said...

Ooooh, love that color!

Andrea said...

ooooh my favorite color! Love the shape too, simply gorgeous!

missficklemedia.com said...

Beautiful!