Bead Table Wednesday (Thursday Edition): Soup's On!

I know I am a bit late, but I wanted to share the amazing group of beads that is on my bead table today.  Backing up a bit...

On Monday I opened up my mailbox to find a wonderful, exciting surprise:  My Bead Soup partner, Holly Westfall of SilverRose Designs, sent me the most fun box to open, and I wanted to share it with you:

First I opened up the outer box and found this:


I quickly opened the inner box and found this:


Which was sitting on top of these:


In each of these cute little individually wrapped packages were these:


A beautiful mix of handmade findings, gemstones, glass and copper in gorgeous hues of gold, blue, copper and cream.  I can't wait to get started! 

If you aren't familiar with Holly's work, here's a small sampling of her beautiful jewelry:

Bead Soup

I highly encourage you to go out to her etsy shop here, and check out her blog here.

Happy beading everyone!
My Life Under the Bus said...

Oh Holly is awesome and nice as pie! Sweet package too : )

EB Bead and Metal Works said...

Awesome looking goodies! I love how they were package too!

diane cook said...

Isn't it fun to have all those beautifully wrapped packages to open up??? Just like Christmas! Looks like we are going to have LOTS of fun =))

Anonymous said...

beautiful goodies!

Libby Leuchtman said...

Lucky you. Great Bead Soup. Can't wait to see what you will make.

Chris said...

You are gonna have so much fun!! Great colors, girl!

Holly said...

Oh, Molly, I'm so glad you like everything! And I'm in love with what you sent me - can't wait to play!!! :)

Cindy said...

WOW, WOW, WOW!!! What a never-ending package...all beautifully wrapped. And I love the vibrant color palette. You're going to have fun creating some beautiful pieces with those!

Clayworks by Lisa Boucher said...

Hi Holly - Nice soup mix, and awesome presentation. Can't wait to see how you put it all together! Lisa :)

Also Love the blog and great tune.

Symbol Jewelry said...

I love the packaging! It's always a little thrilling to find a package within a package! Kind of like that one proposal scene in the movie Serendipity!