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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Better Pic of my Freeform necklace for the BSBP

I had a little trouble with the pics of my necklace so since today was bright and sunny I took it to the front yard and took a few new pics; hope they are better -- Annita




Please excuse any cat hair that may appear in the photos, I had a helper as I was taking the pics

18 comments:

  1. fantastic piece of jewellery, love how it flows through all the different beads.

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    1. Thanks, I am fairly new to the art of freeform and I don't tend to follow rules very well, most people work either vertically or horizontal I tend to work in a circular direction, it seems to work for me and I really enjoy the freedom that the form gives me Annita

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  2. I love freeform and you did a beautiful job on it!

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    1. Thanks Linda, I am quickly becoming a "freeform addict" Annita

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  3. I think that freeform is your niche..for certain and the kitty just wanted to be a part of your art:)

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    1. Thanks Val, I think you are right about freeform and kitty has to be part of everything his Mommy does around here... Annita

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  4. Annita - thanks for the bigger brighter pics - makes it so much easier to appreciate all the hard work you put into that fantastic piece! The shapes and colors you've chosen to enhance that focal are absolutely perfect - well done! I love your cuff as well - that turned out sooooo cute!

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  5. I have never been able to accomplish this avenue of beading but I totally admire it...You are amazingly talented. I like what you created with your bead soup. Thank you for sharing with us all..I was in first reveal but have enjoyed looking at all the reveals....bye for now and Happy beading
    http://jaacquelinesjewels.blogspot.com/2013/03/bead-soup-blog-party-reveal-is-here.html

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    1. Thanks, this is the first time my soup has included seed beads, so the freeform was the best choice to go with. I am glad it turned out as well as it did. I will be sure and check your blog out also - Annita

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  6. It's for an Indian Princess, right? So beautiful!!!!

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    1. Thanks, while I was working on this one the Bass Master's fishing tournament was going on nearby me, one of my neighbors was in the competition, so I added the metal pieces to the necklace (they are fishing lure parts ) so maybe a princess or a mermaid of some sort. Annita

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  7. FYI on taking pics - black busts are nearly impossible to get a good pic on. Use something natural colored like slate or burlap or a tile or something like that and get natural light but NOT in direct sun, like a shady day is the best. I have had so much trial and error with photo taking and I promise this is the best way! : ) Your necklace is beautiful, great job!

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  8. Thanks Jessica, I think the photography is harder than the beadwork to get right Annita

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  9. That is spectacular! You're one of the last bead soup blogs on my list to visit (I went backwards from Z to A) and talk about leaving the best till last. Love it!

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    1. thanks Nelly Mae, your ahead of me I still haven't made it to all of the blogs yet, but I will get there! Annita

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  10. I'm still hopping :-)I see a butterfly in your beautiful design, is that okay with you? :-)and love all those little details & the colours. Such a lovely♥ piece! Have a nice Sunday.

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  11. I think it is wonderful that you see a butterfly in my design, all art, even beadwork, should speak to each person and let them see whatever appeals to them. Thanks so much for your comments! Annita :)

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