Thursday, October 6, 2011

sea green and reworked continued

I finally listed the last button charm bracelet that I made over the summer.

It's available here.  I made and sold one of these a couple years back.  I finally rounded up enough buttons to make another one.  While I was searching for beads for another project, I found the sea green seed beads from this mix.  They coordinate perfectly with this button mix!  This bracelet is packed with buttons.  Each link has 2 buttons on it.

While I was hunting for buttons for my new magnets, I pulled buttons for another charm bracelet like this one.  This particular style has done well so I'm going to keep making it.  I'm planning to add beads to it this time.  I'm also contemplating a couple more of these bracelets.  They were a whim project when I first started selling on Etsy, and they've done really well.  I think it would be great to do some seasonal ones: fall, Christmas, and winter if nothing else.

I've also been remaking a few old designs to update some of my Etsy listings.  Here are the latest ones.  Click on the photos to go to the listings.
The original version of this just had a few rows of red and purple daggers with a seed bead base, but I decided to fully fringe this one with a cube bead base so I could include it in my standard dagger line.  I know, I keep saying that I'm done until I sell one, and then I add another piece to my line.  It does keep pushing the pattern, which has been extremely popular.  Hopefully one of them will sell soon, too.

I mentioned this little pendant a couple weeks ago when I shared a sneak peek of the new coordinating herringbone bracelet/necklace (it can convert to either) that I'll be releasing in 2012.

I only made a couple pairs of these "flying" earrings.  Now that I've done a lot of beaded bails, these little ones work up really quickly.  I may make a few more pairs to coordinate with new listings.  No specific plans at this point, although it's still always available as a custom option.

This is one of my favorite posts from this past week so I'm linking it up with Erika's It's a Wrap Link Party.  Join us!

15 comments:

  1. Love the colour of the button bracelet, and I always find daggers amazing. But seriously, don't you just love a good geometric beaded project, like your pendant...I am all into the geometrics lately.
    Thanks for sharing

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  2. Love the button bracelet - that's my all time favorite color! and the dagger one is aptly named -- it looks positively lethal...LOL!!

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  3. I love that little pendant! Very cute! I might have to think of one to match my earrings you made.

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  4. Love the sea green colors!
    Can't wait to see your herringbone necklace/bracelet!

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  5. You are so very talented! I love the bracelets and the earrings too. It really is very imaginative to make them out of buttons! Blessings, Catherine

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  6. beautiful work! I like the blue and green colors in your pendant!

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  7. I've always wondered what to do with those wonderful dagger beads==wow, your bracelet is truly amazing with these!! Those jam packed button creations are awesome too!! You've been working really hard-lol! (not really "work" is it?)

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  8. Amazing work...as usual :)
    The sea green button bracelet is SO lovely!

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  9. Your button & daggers bracelet are so fun! I'm always impressed when I see beautiful designs with the tiny seed beads!!

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  10. I love the green button bracelet - its beautiful! Thank you so much for linking up to Make Yourself Monday!

    Jamie
    For Love of Cupcakes

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  11. The bracelets are gorgeous!! I am visiting from Make Yourself Monday and I am a new follower!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Michelle
    www.delicateconstruction.blogspot.com

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  12. Wow, thank you for the feedback everyone! I really appreciate your comments on my new pieces. I'm glad that people like the sea green color and the newest dagger bracelet!

    Danielle, I love the shapes involved with jewelry making, too.

    Karen, most of the time it isn't work, especially the creation process. Photographing and listing on Etsy is another story.

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