Saturday, April 21, 2012

WRAPPED, STACKED & LAYERED CHALLENGE

Welcome to the Wrapped, Stacked & Layered Challenge hosted by Tracy Statler of Make Bracelets Blog. Thanks Tracy, this was a lot of fun!  The challenge was to use one or two bracelets that you already have and add several more to make for a stacked look.  This is what I came up with.

Here they are all stacked up.  Not easy to keep them this way for the picture!

Here they are on my wrist.

This one was made with little peanut seed beads, czech glass, silver beads and one of my lampwork leaves and some little flower and leaf dangles.

This one is made with my ceramic beads, glass seed beads and waxed cotton.  Check out Erin Siegel's easy tutorial to make your own Knot Bracelet here: Art Bead Scene - Tutorial - Sliding Knot Adjustable Bracelet.

This was my original bracelet.  The one that started it all.  This one has leather, autumn jasper and a lovely button by the Fire Goddess.

My last bracelet is a wrap bracelet or necklace.  This one is crochet with glass seed beads, czech glass, silver beads and a pretty silver button.

This one is long enough to wear as a double necklace.

The list below are the participants in this challenge and the links to their blogs.  Check them out!

Enjoy your day,

Raida


Make Bracelets Blog
Ahtees Blog
Song Beads Blog
Sadafulee Blog
Bead Lola Bead Blog

Strings Attached Cindi Blog
Carolyns Creations Wa Blog
Cathie Carroll Blog
Chris De Weerd on Pinterest
Beat n Heart Blog

Stories They Tell Blog
Tell Your Girl Friends Blog
Mamas Got To Doodle Blog
Copperdiem Blog
Copper Penny Designs Blog

Greenshoot Blog
Twenty Twelve Blog
Creations De Mon Coeur
Elizabeth Marengoal hajas Blog
Treasures Found Blog

Erin Siegel Jewelry Blog
Ferrari Originals Blogspot
Handcrafted Serenity on Facebook
Paisley Design Studios
Pixiloo Blogspot

Hint Jewelry Blog
Silver Rose Designs Blog
Daisy Chain Designs Jewellery Blog
Jazzierich Blog
Jkdjewelry Blog

Jeanette Blix
Glass Addictions
Jerris Jems
How I Enjoy Life 7997 blog
Over The Moon Design

Kate Richbourg Blog
Karen Kaplan on Pinterest - Stack-it-up-bracelets
Kimmy Kats
Kym Hunter Designs Blog
Lamp Light Crafts Blog

Lelamccracken Blog
Going Tribal on Etsy
Inspired Adornments Blog
Lorelei's Blog
Fresh Baked Designs Wordpress

Lindys Designs Blog
Mary Harding Jewelry Bead Blog
Maureen Meanswell Blog
Maybe Just Perhaps
Bead Recipes Wordpress

Teka and Zoe Blog
Miri 100 Blog
Melissa Meman Blog
Kensho Studio Blog
Beading By Malin De Koning Blog

HAVANA BEADS BLOG - YOU'RE HERE!
Eclectic Tea Enshrinements Blog
Roxi Designs Blog
Stefanies Sammelsurium Blog
The Studio Sublime

Sandi Volpe
Sharon Driscoll Blogspot
Sedillo Hill Studio Blogspot
Sunshine Bliss Blog
Sharrons Jewelry Garden Blog

Mishel Designs Blog
Aujourlejour-shelly Blog
Blueberry Crazy Deviant Art
Unique Boutique-Creative Touch Blog
Star Hitched Wagon Blog

Terra Beadworks
Thereses Treasures Blog
Sweet Bead Studio
Missy Rappaport Blog
My Life Under the Bus
Fred Beans Nook Blog

34 comments:

  1. Love your stack Raida. And how you showed each one separately. Beautiful!!

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  2. They are all beautiful! And they look gorgeous on your arm. Looks like you had a great time with this challenge.

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  3. the bracelets are very organic and natural looking.. the colors remind me of the beach.. love your work!

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  4. Raida, this set is so earthy just my style. I love your pieces you did a wonderful job!

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  5. Oh, I like your bracelet stack very much! Love the earthy colors, textures and beads! I'm also so happy you used my tutorial. Your bracelet came out great!

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  6. Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous!!!! Love this color combination!! I could see me wearing this set ALL.THE.TIME!!! :)

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  7. I love those colors, and the designs go together perfectly!

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  8. Oh, How I love this mix of earthy colors in your stack. Each one is stand along great, but together, they are a party!

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  9. Beautiful Raida. Thanks for breaking them up. Each one is so cool. I really need to get some peanut seed beads - it has been on my list and I just love the bracelet you made with them! Thanks for playing along and taking the time to share!

    Tracy

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  10. What a wonderful stack! I love the crochet bracelet, and how you used the peanut seed beads. They are all beautiful!

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  11. Really gorgeous work. I do love all the earthy goodness you've used!

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  12. Beautiful Raida! I love the use of those buttons. And that last one is so pretty and versatile. I love the crocheted work. And peanut beads are my new obsession! Glad to play along with you! Enjoy the day! Erin

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  13. Raida, I am a fan of nearly everything you create. These are beautiful!!

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  14. I love each and every bracelet Raida, both on their own and together! The depth and texture of that peanut seed bead bracelet though makes it my favorite. Beautiful!

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  15. Gorgeous colours, and I love how you can use the last one as a necklace too.

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  16. love peanut beads. These are all so beautifully done and the beads you used are great!

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  17. Gorgeous! I love all the colours and textures.

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  18. Oh, I like what you made Raida. Great colors and great styles.

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  19. What a beautiful stack of bracelets!! I love the earth colors used and that silver button bead! Very cool!

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  20. Very creative stack-- I especially love how you used that button and the long beaded necklace as one element in the stack. I love that button!-- I've made a mold from it and use it for my polymer clay work. The addition of the dangles on your stacks really sets your piece apart.

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  21. Oh wow! I LOVE that last one...that can be a necklace or a bracelet, so pretty!

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  22. The color palette for your stack is so warm! However, the colors are perfect for wearing any time of year. I really like all the different styles you used to make your stack as well. Very inspiring!

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  23. So pretty - love the convertable necklace/bracelet !!!

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  24. I love your stack ... I really like the earthy, natural colors and look. Lots of nice texture as well. Thank you for sharing! Also, thank you for sharing the link for the tutorial .. I will be checking that out.

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  25. So versatile- all are beautiful but I'm really impressed with the crochet. I am all thumbs with a hook and yarn and you've added beads!

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  26. Love your crochet wrap bracelet. It seems to bring everything together (love the button too).

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  27. I am so inspired by your bracelets. Each one has a unique trait that makes it special but together they are textural, colorful, earthy and make a beautiful statement.
    Terra Beadwork

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  28. Raida - your bracelets are so fabulous!! I love them all - especially the peanut seed bead one - lovely!!

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  29. Oh these are gorgeous and work so well together. Love the earthy colours and I really like the crocheted wrap bracelet and necklace.

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  30. Love that really long one that can be worn as both a necklace and bracelet! Great choice in beads and color. xoxo Beth

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  31. I'm finally making my way down the list. Your bracelets are all gorgeous! I love that green wrapped piece that can be worn as a bracelet or necklace.

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  32. This is my first visit to your blog and I have to say I am simply blown away by your talent. I love these bracelets, and the stack is my favorite thus far in the hop. I’d never have thought to put them together, but it looks amazing.

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