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Tuesday, 7 February 2012

New Bracelet - Rodgersia

Another multi strand bracelet. I call it Rodgersia, because I feel like I am walking around in the shadowy region of a lush garden. Unfortunately I don't have such a one in my own garden, but I wish I would. I would definitely have a few of these plants. And other versions of Rodgersia with their huge leaves. And do you see the little primula at the bottom. So cute.


Materials:
  • Stamped resin bead by Susan K. Nestor
  • Facetted Erudite nugget bead by Floridity
  • Wing Ding lampwork bead by Genea
  • Lampwork spacer bead by Genea
  • Leaf charm by Karen Totten
  • Silk cord, waxed linen, butterfly charm, seed seads, czech glass, Vintaj clasp

All my best,
Malin

15 comments:

Lorelei Eurto said...

So pretty Malin! I love the colors and all the cool elements. Gonna have to dig out my wing dings. I love how you used it in this!

Gardanne said...

I have one of those in my garden, although it does not get that big. It can handle some shade and since I have a woodland garden it is quite happy.
Before beads I did a lot of gardening I am a master gardener with the local extension, although I really don't feel like a master of anything.
That was the inspiration for my business name, "Gardanne."

Gardanne said...

How rude of me, I do love the bracelet. Especially that color combination, I wonder where Genea gets that wonderful pink glass?

Heidi Post said...

The colors are just gorgeous together! You make the most wonderful bracelets -- something I find very difficult to do.

lunedreams said...

Gorgeous! Love the pink and green together, and the elements you've chosen. The pink silk cord is lovely, and I love being able to see more pink cord through your glass beads. Those peanut beads must have big holes!

Malin de Koning said...

Keirsten. They are ordinary drop beads with pink lined holes. Strung on pink waxed linen cord. I agree, on the picture it looks like they are strung on the silk cord, but they are not.

Malin de Koning said...

Thank you for all your nice comments ladies!

Pixiloo said...

I love those colors together. I love how the drop beads take on the pinkish hue. So pretty. :)

Cece said...

You must be thinking of spring and light. You put it together perfectly.

Roxanne Mendoza said...

Beautiful! I've always loved pink and green together. :)

Pretty Things said...

Totally crushing on the colors!

Rebecca said...

Beautiful! I love the colours. You have gone art bead mad here! And I love the knotting too.

Sally Anderson said...

I love this bracelet, Malin! The colors are terrific and the use of the different beads makes it just awesome! Just love it!

Jewels By Ine said...

waauww!! so nice.. really nice colorcombination! And i really liek the style..

Karen Totten said...

I keep coming back to look at this because it is simply so beautiful! I feel I have to post it again on my page because to keep me inspired...