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Saturday, April 4, 2015

Jasper Intrigue Blog Hop

Today is the reveal day for Lisa Lodge's Jasper Intrigue Blog Hop.  I needed to purchase a kit from Lisa and I received a bag full of goodies that I was to use to make a piece or two or three of jewelry. 

Here is what I received from Lisa:


A little metal birdie and a brass stamping, a strand of beads, and some green and red jasper (those pieces on the left) and some dark gray and red jasper (on the right).


On the top right are two pieces of oval shaped jasper, a strand of crystal rondells, some egg-shaped green and red jasper pieces that match the pieces in the first picture.  Some more smaller sized crystals and some pretty brown jasper.

I used the egg-shaped green and red jasper and some of both sizes of crystals along with some dark red seed beads to make a necklace and matching earrings.


I still have more beads left over.  One bracelet is in the works and at least one more pair of earrings.

Please be sure to stop by and visit the other participants.

Your hostess:  Lisa Lodge, A Grateful Artist
Carolyn Lawson, Carolyn's Creations
Susan Anderson, La Main Tresor
Karin Grosset Grange (France), Ginkgo et Coquelicot
Shaiha Williams, Shaiha’s Ramblings
Sheila Prose, Cheap Charms
Terri Wlaschin, Baking Beads in the Keys
Therese Frank, Therese's Treasures
 
Thanks for stopping by.
 
Carolyn

12 comments:

  1. A solid classic design. Good job!!

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  2. Lovely set! I really like the egg shaped jasper!

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  3. Great job Carolyn! Isn't this so much fun! There were so many beautiful stones and beads to choose from it was hard to decide where to start. Mine will be posted soon.

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  4. Great job Carolyn! Isn't this so much fun! There were so many beautiful stones and beads to choose from it was hard to decide where to start. Mine will be posted soon.

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  5. Very Pretty, I luv this shade a green and could wear this daily.

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  6. I love big and bold necklaces! Your set is beautiful!

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  7. What a beautiful set! I love how you let the jasper become the center stage.

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  8. Beautiful necklace Carolyn, I love the design.
    Therese

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  9. Good job Carolyn. Your necklace is lovely.

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  10. Very pretty set, Carolyn! Thanks for being in the hop!

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  11. Hi Carolyn! Wow, those are stunning beads from Lisa! Your necklace looks fabulous! Beautiful!

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  12. Beautiful! I love the how they all just hang so pretty! great job!

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