You may or may not have found out about Becky Caldwell's new line of beads so what better time for me to show some off to you. The Gritty Bird has a lovely new line of beads made from paper clay- painted, glazed and aren't they the cutest things you've ever seen??? You can find them in her etsy shop, The Gritty Bird.
Here is a nice close up shot of some of the ones she sent to me. I love these colors so so much! The rustic non-perfectly shaped beads are great for any genre, as you can see here. I paired them with some steampunkish components like this old vintage skeleton key and one of Earthenwood Studio's gear beads, ceramic rings from Marsha Neal Studio, and some copper chain. I capped the beads with some of my own handmade brass bead caps.
You'll be able to find this new necklace in my Big Cartel shop shortly! In the meantime, I hope you stop by Becky's shop and pick up your own Gritty Beads!
Oh I love that necklace and all the sweet components! I can't wait to get my 'gritty' beads in the mail.ReplyDelete
Ooooh! I love them! Going to check out her shop now!ReplyDelete
Lorelei! Thank you so so so very much for such a wonderful post. I feel honored and I am blushing! :)ReplyDelete
I love the pictures and man I LOVE the necklace! It is gorgeous! :)
Thanks again so very much for sharing about my new line.
Beautiful beads and beautiful end product! Congratulations to both of you.ReplyDelete
Oh they are lovely arent they?!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing them and her too!
Great beads and your brass beadcaps really show them off to perfection!ReplyDelete
Very Nice!!! I love the vintage look you've got going on… Those beads are delicious!!!ReplyDelete
My oh my, I love those gorgeous pastels, I'll keep an eye out for them in her shop!!ReplyDelete
wooo those beads look great! You did a great job photographing them too! Nice work :)ReplyDelete
Oh Yeah !!! Love Becky's Beads!!! Props out to the Gritty Bird!!!ReplyDelete
gosh... thanks girls! :) Lorelei did a great job showcasing them.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love these! I can imagine they must be fun to make as well. Gorgeous colours and textures!ReplyDelete