Amuse Your Muse – April Showers – with Rebecca of Songbead

It’s April Abs-ers! And my birthday month, incidentally. I’m currently marching through my 30s, and will be turning 33 this month…..still a week or so to go however. Can you guess what I am hoping the birthday fairies might bring me….? Not a hard one to guess, I’m sure. 
This month our theme for Amuse Your Muse is ‘April Showers’….watery, weather beads. I’d love to see your shares! Share your beady finds, your own handmade beads, and your jewellery with watery beads within. We’d love to see. 
First up, these lovely lampwork glass beads. To me, they look like landscape beads – looking out of a window in the rain on sea, sand and sky. 
Next, I found these super-sweet laser-cut wooden dark cloud charms. Can’t you just see some of these with cascading clear glass drops? 
And, ok – these are more summer seas and sands, but I couldn’t resist their wave-like swirls, rock pools and vibrant coral dots! I love the side on view of the sea within them. 
And now for the BeadBlogger Links – have a great week everyone!
Rebecca is a Scottish jewellery designer, currently living in Belfast, Northern Ireland. You can read more about her and her work at her blog, songbeads.blogspot.com and see more of her jewellery at songbead.etsy.com. She also has a supplies shop at thecuriousbeadshop.etsy.com.

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5 Comment

  1. Reply
    Claire Lockwood
    April 7, 2014 at 10:47 am

    Love that cloud!

  2. Reply
    April 7, 2014 at 11:26 am

    Love those lampwork cloud beads and the little pop of red on the ones below really works!

  3. Reply
    Ema Kilroy
    April 7, 2014 at 2:32 pm

    I love all of them! The last set of lampwork are particularly scrumptious!

  4. Reply
    Berina RGA
    April 7, 2014 at 7:50 pm

    lovely beads!! the last lampwork one is superb!!
    Moxie Craftie

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    Sarajo Wentling
    April 9, 2014 at 1:10 pm

    Nice picks! I especially like that cloud! Here's a link to a blog post where I used one of Jade Scott's lovely resin clouds:


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