Of Coloring Projects and Comebacks
Starts, Stops, and a Curious Diagnosis

BSBP 2021 Edition!

Hello, friends!

It's been ages since I've made a blog post, and it feels even longer since I last participated in a blog hop. Welcome! I can't wait to see what everyone has made. This blog hop is hosted by the lovely Lori Anderson. You can find her creations along with the full list of participants here. I was fortunate enough to end up with two partners this time around, and what they sent was absolutely lovely! My partners are Kathy Lindemer and Shaiha Williams!

They sent such beautiful, unique things my way! And were so generous. I only made two designs this time around, but my mind is still swirling with ideas for even more. I've got all my "leftovers" on my work desk still so I can keep creating.

First up is my soup from Ms. Kathy:


Such a beautiful selection! I can't wait to work with those little bits of yellow and blue. For now, I started off with the mother of pearl focal point. I knew exactly what I wanted to do as soon as I saw it. This was one of those rare instances where it came out exactly as I imagined in my mind. It gave me very little fuss. I decided on a wire-wrapped pendant with a focus on the earthy tones with a little shine from some crystals.



Next, I have my soup from my other lovely partner, Shaiha. To say that I feel spoiled by all the things I received from my two partners is a vast understatement.


So many beautiful things to choose from! I just had to play with that polymer clay pendant. It is so divine, and the colors are some of my favorite combinations. It was definitely a bit challenging to work with. Assembling the bail was the easy part. Figuring out how I want it all to lay and to balance out design was the trick. I started and stopped many times with this one, but here it is:


Thank you for stopping by, and please be sure to visit the other participants and my wonderful partners Shaiha and Kathy. They have made some really beautiful things, and I am proud to have partnered with them both.

Much love!

Ms. B

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