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Sunday, 22 July 2012

Two new bracelets


Purple glass ring by OutWest
Beaded bead by Malin de Koning
Pink/purple facetted Erudite bead by Floridity
Purple/pink ceramic round by Gaea
White/crystal lucite disks
Purple czech glass flower
Patinated chain by MissFickleMedia
Copper toggle by Malin de Koning
Waxed linen



Mushroom charm by HumbleBeads
Matte light blue seed beads
Gold wooden beads
Oxidized copper wire
Memory wire


All my best,
Malin de Koning

14 comments:

Loralee said...

Oh, I LOVEEEEEE THEM!! That beaded bead is amazing!!!!

Pixiloo said...

Those are lovely. I love the way your beaded bead fits right in with the rest on the first bracelet.

CraftyHope said...

Those are both so great! I love the colors of each of them. Super job :)

Pamela770 said...

I LOVE the bracelet with the beaded bead :) It's so pretty :)

Kashmira said...

The second one...so cute!

Cilla said...

I just love your Beaded Bead. Both bracelets are very sweet!

Shyme said...

Härliga armband! Jag måste plocka fram litråden igen, blir ju ett extra designelement till skillnad från wire :) Snyggt!!/J

Patti Van said...

Both of these are so beautiful! Your beaded bead is perfect in that fist bracelet...just lovely!

Halinka said...

Hi,Malin:
Lovely bracelets-fine colors and beads used.I love the beadwoven element in the first one.The mushroom in the second one is really charming:-)
Warm Greets-Halinka-

BackstoryBeads said...

Both are scrumptious, but the first bracelet in violet and turquoise just sings! And that beaded bead!!!!!

Julie said...

Love them both! The mix of textures on the top one works perfectly with you gorgeous beaded bead!

jennifers jewels and junk said...

really like both of these!!!

A Half-Baked Notion said...

Malin, I love all these colourful creations. I am awed especially by Flower Power. I both love, and am challenged by, fabrics in jewellery making. I have a nice Marsha silk collection and so far have only used a few strands. So I am drawn to that simply woven, and very unified, design as inspiration, for me to start using the silk more. Thank you for sharing all your pieces!

Leah Curtis said...

Both of these are gorgeous! I love your work.