Saturday, October 17, 2015

Sabine Lippert's Lovely Designs

Back in March, I became the proud owner of Sabine Lippert's Beaded Fantasies: 30 Romantic Jewelry Projects (http://amzn.to/1LUFTOt )! This book is fantastic and has so many great projects and I've been busy dabbling in a couple but haven't had a chance to blog about it. The first project I tackled was Nathalie's Pendant:


Next up was another in blue/silver:


The next one I rushed in making and accidentally did only three sides and inadvertently ended up with a triangle.  I think it made its way into my sons pocket (he loves kidnapping my rejects to keep in his pocket!) and it got a little rough around the edges!


Last week I opened the book again and started trying out the Scheherazade pendants! Once again I am thrilled with the results!



I absolutely love these two projects.  Sabine's instructions are fantastic and these projects work up pretty quickly.  A beautiful combination of cubic raw and netting!

In other news - autumn is presenting itself in its full glory here in New England!  Weather was warm earlier this week so we took the kayaks out and it was really spectacular!




Also - here is the maple tree in front of one of the restaurants where I work.  I feel so lucky I get to work here and see this beautiful scenery!


Enjoy your weekend!


6 comments:

  1. Pretty. I too made the Scheherazade pendant and was very pleased by the result.

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  2. Love your projects. Sabine's designs are so beautiful. You 're pictures of Fall in New England are beautiful! Have a great weekend.

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  3. Gorgeous - both the beading and scenery! I was up in Salem last weekend and there's way more foliage up there than down the Cape yet.

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  4. Both the Nathalie's and Scheherazade pendants came out gorgeous! I'm glad you're enjoying the fall scenery. That maple tree with the blue sky looks so pretty.

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  5. Oh how I love Fall in New England. The colors are on fire, the bugs are gone and the weather has just a touch of coolness to it so you can enjoy long strolls, a paddle or just a relaxing sit in the warming sun. Loving the depth to these beaded pieces. they are stunning and really stand on their own!

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  6. Your Fall photos are spectacular...New England in Fall ~ you are a very fortunate woman!!!
    I think you wore that first pendant and earrings when we had dinner & it looked beautiful! Those circles ~ OMG do I love them!!! A lot.
    But what I love even more is that your son carries your projects in his pockets :-)

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