Friday, April 26, 2013

7th Bead Soup Blog Party 3rd Reveal Time!

Welcome to Lisa's Clay Happenings! Today, over 200 people (out of a total of 541) will show you what happens when beaders swap their stash. We've been paired up for Lori Anderson's 7th Bead Soup Blog Party to swap a focal, clasp and beads, then blog about our creations made with the pieces received from our partners.

I immediately fell in love with the bead mix my partner Be ttysent me. She chose a fabulous pounded copper star toggle, and she crafted a really sweet whimsical lampwork fish focal just for me! The gorgeous bead variety Betty sent included leopard spotted barrels, tiger striped polymer tubes, some very cool wooden beads and Kazuri ceramic beads made in Africa, which Betty got during her last visit.  She also included some other tribal treasures and some silk cord which was perfect for stringing up this mix!

>Please play the video to see what I made.....
Music: Ngiculela-Es Una Historia by Stevie Wonder
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Thanks so much Betty! 

If you want to see a lot of beautiful things in one place, please vist our offical Pin board at Pinterest by clicking here.
 
 Here's all of the participants in the 3rd Reveal!
 
Adlinah Kamsir www.dreamstruckdesigns.blogspot.com
Agi Kiss http://moonsafaribeads.blogspot.com
Alenka Obid www.pepita-handmade.blogspot.com
Alison Sachs www.beadsbyearthtones.blogspot.com
Amanda Tibbetts http://www.amandamade.com/blog
Amy Sims www.amysimsdesigns.com
Ana Cravidao http://acbeads.blogspot.com
Andra Marasteanu http://bijouxdemonange.blogspot.com
Andria Poole www.Jewelleryartiste.blogspot.com


















Angela Perkins

http://jeweledinspirations.blogspot.com
Anja Schultz http://anjas-perlenwelt.blogspot.de/
Ann Sherwood http://ann-sherwood.blogspot.com/
Anna Nordeman http://annas-adornments.blogspot.com
Annita Wilson http://awjewelryandbeadwork.blogspot.com/
Arlene Dean http://aglassbash.blogspot.com/
Astrid Boyce http://astridboyce.blogspot.com/
Barb Fernald http://barbarasfernald.com/
Betty James Hoppensteadt www.tybetastidbits.blogspot.com
Birgit Klughardt www.gitesbeads-gite.blogspot.com
Bonnie Coursolle http://jaspersgems.blogspot.ca/
Brandy Thomason McNair www.bellavitajewelry.blogspot.com


















Brenda Sigafoos



















http://brenda-sigafoos.blogspot.com
Carmen Lau http://littlemake.blogspot.com/
Carol Wilson http://jetadorn.blogspot.com/
Caroline Dewison http://www.blueberribeads.co.uk
Cassie Donlen www.cassiedonlen.blogspot.com
Catharine Temaluru http://ienmaginationsjewelry.wordpress.com
Catherine Turrell http://fairysketches.blogspot.co.uk
Cheri Reed www.creativedesignsbycheri.blogspot.com
Cherrie Warzocha http://colorsofshae.blogspot.com/
Christa Murphy http://adventuresofwonebeadywoman.blogspot.com/
Christina Hickman http://vintagetreasuresjewelry.blogspot.com/
Christina Stofmeel www.fengbeads.com
Christine Hansen http://intuitivesparks.blogspot.com



















Christine Stonefield


www.sweetgirldesign.blogspot.com
Cilla Watkins www.tellyourgirlfriends.com
Cindy Cima Edwards www.cindycima.com
Claire Lockwood www.somethingtodowithyourhands.com
Colleen Vinthagen http://www.thewireworkshop.com/blog/
Dagmar Liebisch http://kokopellidesign.blogspot.de/
Dana Fowler www.blogjunepur.blogspot.com
Danielle Kelley http://imbuethemuse.blogspot.com/
Deb Fortin www.studiok24.blogspot.ca
Dee Elgie http://cherryobsidia.blogspot.co.uk
Denise Milward http://milwardstorysofar.wordpress.com/
Diah Anggreni http://pernik-manik.blogspot.com/
Diana Gonzalez www.arteypoemas.com
Diane Valasek http://dragonflyclose.blogspot.com/
Dita Basu http://www.alankarshilpa.blogspot.com
Donetta Farrington http://simplygorgeous-donetta.blogspot.com/
Doris Stumpf http://glaszwerg.blogspot.de/

Elizabeth Bunn














http://elizabethbeads.blogspot.com
Elizabeth Drake http://mutteringsofacrone.wordpress.com/
Elizabeth Jones http://www.eyekandyjewellery.com
Elizabeth Stolarczyk http://elizabethsart.blogspot.co.uk/
Ema Kilroy http://www.emakdesigns.com/blog
Erin Kenny http://beadifultherapy.blogspot.ca/
Evelyn Duberry Www.ShebaMakeda.com
Fay Wolfenden www.torchfairy.blogspot.com
Francesca Watson http://francescawatson.com/
Gen Smith http://gennysworld.blogspot.com/
Ginger Davis Allman www.thebluebottletree.com
Giorgia Rossini www.joyblonde.blogspot.com
Hannah Annear www.quirkyhannah.wordpress.com
Heather Otto http://www.thecrafthopper.com
Heidi Kingman www.Heidikingman.blogspot.com
Ildiko Jarai www.sviroalkotasai.blogspot.hu



















Iveth Caruso

www.CreativeAtelier.net
Jackie Locantore http://www.artfire.com/ext/shop/blog/MorningStarSanctuaryStudio
Jacqueline Keller www.creartelier.blogspot.com
Jane Pranata Lim http://cherryeve.blogspot.com
Jennifer Davis http://jennifersjewelsandjunk.blogspot.com/
Jennifer Tough
http://jenniferbeads.blogspot.ca
Jenny Vidberg http://shymessmycken.blogspot.se/
Jessica Klaaren Http://cellardoorjewelry.blogspot.com
Joanna Matuszczyk http://filcowe.blogspot.com
Joyce Becker www.joycesjoyfulgems.blogspot.com
Judith Johnston http://www.lampworkbeadlounge.com/
Judy Riley www.threeredbeads.blogspot.com
JuLee Wolfe www.thepolymerpenguin.blogspot.com

June Butt









http://www.onewhiteswan.blogspot.co.nz/
Karen Mitchell http://www.overthemoon-design.com
Kari Asbury http://hippiechickdesign.blogspot.com/
Karin King www.maverickbeads.blogspot.ca
Karin von Hoeren www.creativeideen.de
Karla Morgan http://texaspepperjams.blogspot.com/
Kathrin Lembke http://allesperle.blogspot.de/
Kathy Stemke



http://vintagememoriesjewelry.blogspot.com

Katja Benevol Gabrijelcic http://slovoni.blogspot.com
Katy Heider http://onthepondcreations.blogspot.com/
Kay Thomerson http://KayzKreationz.blogspot.com
Kelley Fogle www.mylifeonebeadatatime.blogspot.com
Keren Panthaki https://vasdea.wordpress.com
Kimberly Idalski http://www.Kimisjewelryandgifts.blogspot.com
Kirsi Loponen http://peikkonen.blogspot.com
















Klaudia Tóth

http://www.klaudiabizsu.hu/
Krista Quantrill www.cornucopiaofcrafts.blogspot.ca
Kristina Hahn Eleniak www.peacockandlime.wordpress.com
Kristina Johansson www.wildrosesandblackberries.blogspot.com
Laney Mead http://laney-izzybeads.blogspot.co.uk/
Lara Lutrick http://www.lutrick.blogspot.com/
Laura Guenther www.blueantiquities.blogspot.com
Lauren Potts www.lpsjewelry.blogspot.com
Laurie Vyselaar www.Lefthandjewelry.wordpress.com
Leah Tees www.mybeadylittleeyes.blogspot.ca
Lena Adams http://mommaslilbirdiesblog.blogspot.com
Lesley Watt www.thegossipinggoddess.blogspot.com
Leslie Wayment www.aabeadsonline.com/blog/
LiliKrist http://pcbylik.blogspot.com/
Linda Kropp http://lindasartbarn.blogspot.com/
Linda Newnham http://www.earth-shine.co.uk/
Linda Younkman www.lindysdesigns.blogspot.com

Lisa Boucher













http://lisasclayhappenings.blogspot.com/ < You are Here!
Lizzie Clarke www.theneedtobead.blogspot.com
Lora Bright http://fandangling.wordpress.com/
Lorelle McIntyre http://beadyart.blogspot.com.au
Lori Anderson www.PrettyThingsBlog.com
Lori Finney http://lori-finney.blogspot.ca/
Lucie Bouvier http://www.carlosbeadstore.com/blog/
Malin de Koning http://beadingbymalindekoning.blogspot.se
Marina Dobrynina http://savonfeutre.blogspot.fr/
Marina Kosovic http://machoopko-design.blogspot.com/
Marion Simmons http://www.shadetreejewelry.com/blog.html
Marita Suominen http://momentofjewelry.blogspot.fi/
Marjolein Trewavas http://roomforchangemeuk.blogspot.co.uk/
Marsela Schroth www.marselita.de
Martha Aleo www.ornamento.wordpress.com
Mary Govaars www.mlhjewelrydesigns.com
Mary K McGraw http://mkaymac.blogspot.com/


















Maybeline Tay

http://thejewelrylarder.blogspot.sg/
Mea-B. Uebler www.glasorakel.blogspot.com
Melissa Trudinger www.beadrecipes.wordpress.com
Menka Gupta http://menkag.blogspot.com
Merja Sundström http://suntsan.blogspot.fi/
Merja Syrjämäki http://helmiriippuvuus.blogspot.fi/
Michelle Buettner http://www.MiShelDesigns.blogspot.com
Michelle Escano www.cabbycraft.blogspot.com
Michelle Wigginton http://adornedonadelaide.blogspot.ca/
Milla Hope www.Lbcreativeart.com
Miranda Ackerely

Mowse Doyle
www.mirandack.com


http://mowsemadethis.blogspot.com/
Mrs M Makes www.mrsmmakes.wordpress.com
Nan Smith www.wirednan.blogspot.com
Natalie Davidson http://northshoredays.blogspot.co.nz/
Natalie Moten http://runningoutofthread.blogspot.com/
Natascha Marty www.sommerlicht.ch
Nikki Banham-Hall http://jewellerymakingblog.blogspot.co.uk/
Noemi Baena http://blog.noemibaena.com/

Norma Turvey


















http://moonlitfantaseas.blogspot.com
Pam DeBoer http://pamelas-studio.blogspot.com/
Pam Hurst www.pamhurst.blogspot.com
Patti Pruhs http://threebeadsandastring.blogspot.com/
Penny Houghton http://www.smellynelly.blogspot.com.au/
Penny Mills www.cobblestone-lane.blogspot.com
Rachel Van-Walsh www.balancedcrafts.com/blog
Rebecca Sirevaag www.godsartistinresidence.blogspot.com
Regina Santerre http://reginaswritings.blogspot.com/
Regina Wood



http://www.gina-design.blogspot.com

Roberta Fauntroy www.thevirtualbeadsociety.wordpress.com
Rosanagh Watson


Rose Johnson
http://ring-a-ring-a-rosie.blogspot.co.uk


http://swtrosethorn.blogspot.com
Rosemary Cheslock www.glasseyebutterfly.tumblr.com
Rossana De Gaspari http://rdegas.blogspot.com















Sabine Dittrich

www.perlendschungel.blogspot.com
Sam Waghorn http://palemooncreations.tumblr.com/
Sandi James http://www.dobedobeaddo.blogspot.com/
Sandra McGriff http://skyescreativechaos.blogspot.ca
Sandra Wollberg http://city-of-brass-stories.blogspot.com/
Sandra Young http://gypsyroadbeads.blogspot.ca/
Shai Williams http://shaihasramblings.blogspot.com/
Sharon Palac www.sharonsjewelrygarden.blogspot.com
Sierra Barrett http://giraffecanhas.wordpress.com/
Silke Gröber http://just-beads.blogspot.com
Siobhán Keogh http://vovsjewellery.blogspot.ie/
Stefanie Teufel http://stefaniessammelsurium.blogspot.com
 
Stephanie Stamper


















www.Skwds.blogspot.com
Sue Hamel http://cardandjewelrycorner.blogspot.com/
Sue Rennie http://moonandsevenstars.blogspot.co.uk/
Susan Kennedy www.suebeads.blogspot.com
Susan McClelland http://mistheword12.wordpress.com
Susanna Lehto http://othellehto.blogspot.fi/
Suse Stelljes www.pearlify.blogspot.de
Susie Hibdon http://vintagesusieandwings.blogspot.com
Suzann Sladcik Wilson www.BeadphoriaBlog.com
Tara Plote http://newbiebeader.blogspot.com/
Terri G. http://terrisbloomingideas.blogspot.com/
Terry Carter http://tappingflamingo.blogspot.com/
Terry Matuszyk http://pinkchapeau.wordpress.com/
Theresa Frank http://www.theresestreasures59.blogspot.com/
Tina Bosh http://bookbug-somanybookssolittletime.blogspot.com/

















Tina Noonan

www.wingedimp.blogspot.com
Toltec Jewels www.JewelSchoolFriends.com


Facebook Participants

Audrey Allen https://www.facebook.com/adallen07
Cindy Wimmer Muse https://www.facebook.com/mritech813
Cynthia O'Toole https://www.facebook.com/cynthia.otoole
Deb Floros https://www.facebook.com/deb.floros
Debbie Jensen https://www.facebook.com/debbie.jensen.984
Erin Honeycutt https://www.facebook.com/erin.honeycutt1
Kaushambi Shah https://www.facebook.com/kaushambi.shah

Lisa Lloyd Harrison


















https://www.facebook.com/lisa.lloydharrison
Mary Jane Tanner https://www.facebook.com/mary.j.tanner
Valerie Tilghman https://www.facebook.com/valerie.tilghman

45 comments:

  1. I love all of your creations. Great tribal feel to them all. Your video is great as well. Entertaining and unique way to reveal your work.

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  2. These are wonderful - they all work together so beautifully.

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  3. You have made beautiful pieces from those unique beads. And thank you for showing this all by the nice safarivideo.

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  4. Love your soup girl!!! Each piece is so unique & as Nan says, has a wonderful tribal feel to them. Yummmmmmmmy for SURE!!!! :)))

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  5. Awesome soups - all these pieces are super!! I love how you did the video too. It really makes for a fun time along the hop seeing everthing in video - thanks for that!!

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  6. You made wonderful pieces from your soup. Love the bracelet with the rusty red long bead!

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  7. Great pieces! The video presentation was a nice way to see them. The black cord works well with all of the beads. Thanks for a fun post!

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  8. wow everything you made is wonderful! I am off to check out some of the links, loved your video too

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  9. I love the video presentation! I love the pieces you made for the lovely beads you were sent. You are a talented artist! Genny

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  10. Cute idea to do the video and nice work too!

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  11. What a cool video presentation of your fabulous jewelry. Congrats.
    kathy

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  12. Thanks so much everyone, It was a really fun mix to work with!

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  13. How clever to present your pieces in a video! That must have taken time and effort. Love what you did with your soup, especially the chunky dangly bracelet. Beautiful work!

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  14. What a clever presentation. Great job. All of your pieces are lovely but the tribal bracelet is my favorite. I love African inspired jewelry and you did a great job with your.

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  15. Agree with Linda - clever presentation!! and really lovely pieces with your soup!

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  16. Great pieces! It was hard to watch the video and the soccer game at the same time so I was glad to see the pictures scattered throughout the participant list. I love the bracelet and earrings and would wear them in a heartbeat.

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  17. Thanks for the feedback - I'm glad it's easy navigate Linda.
    That's hilarious Ann - I would never want to compete with a soccer game.
    Thanks for the compliments. Glad you all stopped by!

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  18. Great pieces - looks like you had fun.

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  19. What a great surprise. I love the idea of using a video to showcase your Soup! You really made some beautiful pieces. I like the way you used hooks to be able to separate the necklaces. Awesome!

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  20. I love the african style of your creations. Awesome,congrats!

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  21. I am truly impressed---you are an artist in every sense of the word! I love the wonderful pieces that you made with your soup and so enjoyed the video presentation.

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  22. Beautiful creations! I especially like that knotted necklace, nice balance between delicate thread and big beads. Well done!

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  23. What a great collection of jewelry, love your style and designs.

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  24. I am amazed at how many pieces you made with your soup. And how clever to use a video ti display them.

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  25. Great pieces, Lisa! Love those earrings with the tails, and that necklace with the fishy is SO cute! How fun!!

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  26. You did a very good job! :-) Hugs, Doris

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  27. What lovely designs. I love the leopard print beads and like the way you've used the wooden elephant to style the picture with the earrings. Great Stuff :-)

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  28. Well done!! Very nice presentation!!! Thank you for comment on my blog!

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  29. Thanks everyone! You're all so sweet. Really appreciate your comments.
    Happy Monday!

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  30. Great pieces, love the earrings - so simple and effective!

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  31. Wow, you really went on a safari with your pieces. I loved the two or one necklace and the safari bracelet and matching earrings rock. The fan pull was so whimsical and I loved it. Great job.

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  32. Lol for the video! Great work, I love how you composed your pieces and the animalier look

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  33. Brilliant presentation and interesting pieces.

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  34. Lovely pieces Lisa and your presentation style is also so different. Great job.

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  35. This is amazing. You were given beads, I thought, were supposed to be of the underwater theme but your creations exude a safari feel. I love it. Love the use of the leopard beads on the earrings. So cute!

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  36. Lovely designs Lisa! You got a great soup!

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  37. Lovely soup cooking, Lisa! And a nice way (what a lot of work to prepare) to show us your designs!

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  38. Great job, very pretty pieces!

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  39. Great jewelry , and a fun and different presentation!

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  40. Fanadtic presentation! Love what you"ve done with your soup too. Such intersting pieces.

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  41. Lisa all of your designs are beautiful. My favorite is the cute fish light pull.

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  42. Great pieces. A very fun presentation. Fantastic job with your soup!

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  43. Lovely pieces and such a fun way to present them!!

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  44. Gorgeous pieces and I just love the video!

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  45. Your collection is really great. What a cool idea to do a video. Ass far as the designs, I like that the necklaces can be combined or worn alone. And that bracelet is so much fun! And who can forget that beautiful fish fan cord. Too neat! It's all so lovely.

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