That's me. Or perhaps, the Disc-o-nator. (I missed disco by about 5 years, but I did see "Thank God It's Friday" about 12 times. I had a Donna Summer album. And Saturday Night Fever. I still occasionally listen to the BeeGees but "Nights on Broadway" makes me cry too much and I have to turn it off. I know, I'm not right.)
You might recall I used these BlueSeraphim raku lampwork discs on my protoype necklace for my Button-ator technique.
Well, I have now used them in a bracelet. (That was always my plan--and then earrings. Not there yet).
The other beads here are: navy blue Mykonos ceramic washers (from LindenAvenueDesigns), purple aventurine, green turquoise, ivory and brown bone spacers, and one little cobalt blue glass bead I got from my "junk" container. Antique gold plated pewter daisies and modified beadcaps. I used a rising sun stamp on the bigger one. Four strands of super soft cocoa leather cord from LeatherCordUSA.
Tada. That's it, that's all I got. OK time for PIZZA!!!!
Wowzzer, the bracelet rocks! I love the colors too, such a wonderful collection of beads.ReplyDelete
Great bracelet, you need to teach a class on this technique.ReplyDelete
Another stunning piece, Keirsten! It reminds me of a Klimt painting...ReplyDelete
Amazing bracelet, I love it!ReplyDelete
Every tme I look at this bracelet Keirsten I see something different - Art appreciation 101!ReplyDelete
beautiful! the colors are amazing.ReplyDelete
Pretty bracelet. Love the colors!ReplyDelete
I think i commented on this one on Flickr, i hope i did any way, else i'll be slapping my own wrist for missing it. The colours are stunning in those beads, and you have made a beautiful bracelet with them, love itReplyDelete
So freaking cool. I am still loving my turquoise necklace, BTW!ReplyDelete
I so love this technique! This is a gorgeous bracelet - the colors are right up my alley :)ReplyDelete