Spring Rhapsody Necklace

Spring Rhapsody Necklace1

Spring Rhapsody Necklace2

Spring Rhapsody Necklace3

I was inspired by Swedish spring and tried to incorporate two of the most common spring flowers – bluebells and liverwort. I’ve put some small birch leaves on the vines around the 3D RAW “branches” (called “musöron”, “mouse ears” in Swedish). And the huge Swarovski Fancy Oval is just representing the quintessence of Spring as I see it. This is the time when the nature awakes from the winter hibernation. That is why I called it “Spring Rhapsody”.

I used the following materials:
Toho Seed Beads – TBRD11-2C, TBRD11-4, TBRD11-13, TBRD11-1300
Swarovski – 4127-CSL39, 5328-CRYSAB3
PowerPro – BF28WH06
Silver-plated copper wire, 1mm
Fire-polished beads, 4mm

–Submitted by Artbeads.com Customer Olga
Foxan’s Beading Blog

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    • sue
    • April 12, 2010
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    Olga is a gifted artisan!

  1. Reply

    I think this is wonderfully delicate beadweaving and the colours capture your spring theme really well.

  2. Reply

    A beautiful necklace with beautiful components from an fantastic designer! A home run, Olga.

    • Olga
    • April 13, 2010
    Reply

    Thank you so much, ladies!
    And THANKS to Artbeads for both the materials and this wonderful feature.

  3. Reply

    Fantastic! You have certainly captured the essence of spring.

  4. Reply

    Wow, that is stunning! And the work looks perfectly done!

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