Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Echo Creative Club -- April Reveal and a Little Giveaway

I am glad to once again be a part of the Echo Creative Club hosted by Jeannie Dukic of Jewelry by Jeannie.  This month I had the privilege of working with Jeannie's peeled paint beads ... in purple!

Inspired by my favorite color, as well as the Wrapped, Stacked and Layered Challenge I just participated in, I created this set of bangles I lovingly refer to as The Purple Zebra.

In addition to Jeannie's peeled paint beads, I used glass flower beads, peanut beads, amethyst chips and 20 gauge wire.

*** Giveaway ***

I also made these long, light dangles with some leftover beads.  For a chance to win these earrings, simply leave a comment below.  For two extra chances, please follow my blog.  Easy peasy, right!  I will happily pick a winner on Sunday, April 29th.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today!  Below are the links to the blogs of the other designers participating in this month's Echo Creative Club. Please take a moment to hop on by to see what they've created with Jeannie's beautiful components.

April Blog Hop
Jeannie K Dukic
Birgitta Lejonklou
Cindy Cima Edwards
Kristen Stevens
Lola Surwillo -- YOU ARE HERE
Lori Anderson
Michelle Buettner
Molly Alexander
Shannon Chomanczuk

Echo Creative Club
Jewelry By Jeannie
Echo Creative Club
Flickr group


Halinka said...

Because Your beading is charming.
I love the three bracelets,You've made.They are as 'one' and should be worn together with no stipulation:-)
Fantastic set with earrings-I'd personally wear it every day with pleasure.
Those larger,silver-purple beads are so nice looking,that they give the main accent to all composition.Very beautiful sort of beads You have used here.They match one another in excellent way.
Warm Hugs from very warm Sweden-Halinka-

Birgitta Lejonklou said...

Those are so fresh and lovely
my favorite colors too...violet..purple not all ways so easy to deal with...but You made a very pretty set!

Kristen said...

Totally stunning and sweet! I love your use of the peanut beads too! So purpleishous!

Lori Anderson said...

I love it! Purple is one of my favorite colors and I love the layered effect.

Awesome job!

Shel said...

What a great 'stack' of bracelets! You did a wonderful job of highlighting Jeannie's beads and your bracelets are inspiring me to want to create more stacks and layers, myself!! Lovely!

Pine Ridge Treasures said...

What a lovely stack of bracelets! Really like the colors. I'd love to win your giveaway.

Cindy Cima said...

These bangles are too cool!! Love the earrings as well!

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Christine Altmiller said...

these are great! the stacked look suits these beads well. aren't peanuts so much fun?!

TesoriTrovati said...

Those peeled paint beads are lovely aren't they? I have a stash of them from Jeannie as well. Love that you are continuing the wrapped, stacked and layered fun! Since I already have a stash, let someone else win if you happen to pick me.
Enjoy the day!

Linda Y said...

Purple awesomeness. Very nice.

Patti Van said...

Love the look of multiple bracelets...the purple beads are gorgeous! nice job!

JeannieK said...

First I want to say I'm thrilled you like the color of the beads. I'm always at a lose of what to send out.
The bracelet and earrings are MOXIE FAB. The the beads you paired with my beads are brilliant and what a great design! Thank you so much for creating such beauty!
Please bestow your beauitful earrings to someone else if I win. I don't wear jewelry.

Susan Lloyd said...

love these, your design and the beads. would love to win it

Molly Alexander said...

I love the purple beads as well, and the bracelets you created are just wonderful. Great job on this month's challenge! :)

Penney said...

Lola, I found your blog through the Echo Creative Club blog hop (started at Lori's blog!) and I love your creations. The layered bracelets are gorgeous! I will be following your blog!

Beetique said...

I love the purple peeled paint beads. The are too cool!

Ginger Bishop said...

I love this set. The combination of rounds, chips and twin beads it inspired.

Ginger Bishop said...

@Ginger Bishop
oops not twin beads peanut beads.