Sunday, January 30, 2011

January BJP Finished!


Here's the finished January Bead Journal Project - a 3" by 3" square, with lots of green on it. I like the organic grassy-ness of the project, and am still getting used to the new beading material. After picking buttons last year, which had their own challenges, the 6" wide interfacing has it's own characteristics, which I'm still getting used to.

17 comments:

cathymk said...

So pretty! Love those greens!

Carol said...

It probably the color scheme and the fab flow of your beading. This is a cheerful piece!

Barbara said...

I especially like the lovely gentle flow of this piece, like tall grass in a warm meadow. Think spring!

Roberta said...

I too love the greens. It has a lovely flow.....just what I needed today with the prospects of more snow coming.

Cyndi L said...

I *love* the flow of your piece!

Dee D said...

I love the way this piece flows.

Raphaela said...

Love your piece. I like greens and the movement you created.

Trish said...

I am in love with the colors and how they move together...very pretty...amazing how colors and shapes can speak!

Robbie said...

Very nice flow to this piece. Nice job!!

A Creative Dream... said...

Absolutely lovely!

Jo said...

That's gorgeous - the design is so fluid!

Justflo said...

How lovely. The colours of the beads are beautiful.

wizzybuff

Sara said...

I love it! It makes me think of Spring which sadly is a long time away here in snowy Indiana:)

Laura said...

Wow! I love the greens and the way they look like they are flowing...reminds me of rolling hills. That's a lot of area to cover, too, very ambitious!

Robin said...

This just flows along so beautifully and reminds me that spring WILL come one of these days... It's gentle. Yes, working larger is a challenge, no matter what type of material you choose to bead on. You'll get used to it.

Robin A.

Robin said...

After leaving the above comment I read the others and was struck by how many of us used the words "flow" and "spring" to describe your work. That's quite a compliment!

Marty S said...

There is a lot of soft movement in this piece--a gentle reminder that spring will come. Lovely!
Marty S
Crackpot Beader