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Monday Musings: More Art Bead Inspiration for 2020’s Art Journey 2

Happy Monday, everyone! Since I didn’t have time to photograph my art bead picks from my personal stash for my last post, I thought I’d quick share with you what I found. I always have such a good time looking through all my goodies looking for possibilities to play with!

I hope you enjoy the eye candy!

A Girl in Blue :: Clockwise from Top Left: Humblebeads bird and bead collection and single bird; Jenny Davies-Reazor polymer clay charm pair; Blue Hare Art Wear enameled pair; Sj Designs (me!) colorized resin “Petri Dish” charms.

Nastya, 1986 :: From Left to Right :: Top Row : Tesori Trovati, Mary Ila Duntemann, Patti Cahill, Artisticaos; Bottom Row : Amy Sills, Gardanne Beads, Studio Damyanah, Sue Beads.

Portrait of Olga Kravchenko :: Lampwork set by Moogin Beads, Polymer clay charms and bead all by Humblebeads.

Eugenia, 1986 :: From Left to Right :: Top Row : Green Girl Studios, Happy Fish Things, Summer Wind Art; Middle Row : Jenny Davies-Reazor, Gardanne Beads, Jade Scott; Bottom Row : Donna Millard, Jade Scott.

I’m still not 100% sure what all I will make for Art Journey 2, but I’ve got some good ideas to get me started. My goal is to make at least four pieces of jewelry. Stop by next Monday to see what I’ve managed to get done!

Sarajo Wentling, Your Monday Muse

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3 Comment

  1. Erin Prais-Hintz
    March 9, 2020 at 4:09 pm

    Squee! Such great art beads you have in your stash! I am looking forward to seeing what you make! Enjoy the day. Erin

  2. Ann Schroeder
    March 9, 2020 at 6:59 pm

    I love seeing what you pick out. (Do I say that every time?) You have some great picks from your stash this time. I love the inclusion of the Green Girl pieces that are the shape of the headwear in Eugenia!

  3. Terri Del Signore
    March 28, 2020 at 8:24 am

    Reading this now after I see what you did end up creating makes me smile because you ended up using sooo many of this peices in your work! Beautiful!

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