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Sunday, 24 February 2013

BSBP 7 - Partner and Beads

My partner for the 7th Bead Soup Blog Party is Agi (short for Agatha) Kiss from Hungary. Yes, her surname is Kiss. How cool is that?! I realize that it of course doesn't mean the same thing in Hungarian, but still ...

Her business name in jewelry is MoonSafariBeads. 
Check out her blog here. It's bilingual.
And her Etsy shop here.

We are in the third reveal, on the 13th of April.


Hungary is a central European country, with a long and interesting history, and a very exciting cultural heritage. I am not overly knowledgable about it all at the moment, but my curiosity has been awoken now, so I will definetely look into it a bit more. It might perhaps lend some inspiration to the pieces I will make with what I got from Agi. I certainly hope so anyway.


Agi is a wiz with the polymer clay. Just check out these absolutely beautiful earrings below. I adore them!


She is also a skilled seed beader.


I got an exciting and beautiful soup from Agi. With a colorful mix of her awesome own made beads, and a clasp, in polymer clay, and other beads as well. Do you see the large blue rivoli bead in the bottom left picture? Now I will have to give it a go for the first time in my life to bezel a rivoli/cabochon. And I already have an idea for the polymer clay beads with the metal wire going through them. And check out that large metal pendant ... yum!


I sent Agi a, in my own mind, rather diverse soup, with no special theme to connect it all together. If anything, it would be the three different color themes, red, purple and green. And I did put a lot of art beads in there in materials other than polymer clay, for Agi to play around with. 




All my best,
Malin


9 comments:

steufel said...

Ohh, what a coincidence, I got and blogged about my soup too today. Love what you got - and the soup you send is really cool!

PiPa said...

Amazing colros and shapes on both sides!Beautiful soups!

pinkchapeau said...

Both of these soups are unique and beautiful. I'm sure the final creations will be amazing!

Marcie Abney Carroll said...

I've been researching Hungary as a possible trip option this winter! I would love to get to see Vienna and Budapest! You've given me some additional inspiration to go! Also, wonderful soups both ways! Good luck!

Kelly J. R. said...

I just checked out Agi's etsy shop - "wiz with polymer" is right! I think Lori did a great job pairing you two together. I can't wait to see what you both make.

moonsafari said...

Dear Malin,I'm happy you like my Hungarian soup :) Don't know if its better than goulash or not ;)

I will have so much fun creating jewelry from your gorgeous soup, thank you again for these wonderful beads!

vovsblog said...

Beautiful Soups! Stopping by all the blogs taking part in the Bead Soup Blog Party. Cant wait to see what you make!

CraftyHope said...

Goodness, both soups are amazing. The soup you sent would have blown me over! It's gorgeous!

SmittenBeads said...

Hi Malin, Great Soups, sent and received! Can't wait to see what you both make :0) Claire xx