Have a Seat And Join Me for A Cup Of Bead Soup…

In addition to the fabulous Bead Soup blog parties, Lori Anderson of Pretty Things blog fame also serves up a monthly Cup Of Bead Soup, where she takes beads from an individual bead artist and showcases them in her beautiful creations and then blogs about them.  For the month of June, I have the honor of being her featured bead artist, and I couldn’t be more excited about it!

I sent Lori three sets of enameled beads and findings in different color combinations:

Bead Soup Enameled Bead Collage
* Photos courtesy of Lori Anderson

And here is her first beautiful creation:

* Photo courtesy of Lori Anderson

For more description and information, I highly recommend you visit Lori’s blog, Pretty Things, and get to know this fantastic artist and writer.

Lori, thanks so much for letting me be a part of your “Cup of Bead Soup” – I love your first piece, and can’t wait to see what you make from the rest of the beads!

Visit the “Cup Of Bead Soup” blog here, and click on the blog button below to visit Lori’s Pretty Things blog:

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steufel said...

Lori and your cup of wonderful beads - a perfect fit!

Holly said...

Oh how awesome is this! Congratulations, and I know Lori will definitely do your cool stuff justice! :)

Pretty Things said...

I'm so pleased to work with your beads! I have another one coming up today if the photos cooperated with our weather!

diane cook said...

Congratulations Molly...your bead colors are so vibrant, and Lori did a great job showcasing them with her first creation!

EB Bead and Metal Works said...

I cannot believe I missed the post about the Cup of Bead Soup goodies you sent Lori and the first piece she created! I had to run over to see the goodies you sent her and YUMMO! Love the necklace Lori created with the fleu-de-lis, so ingenious! You both do awesome work!!!!

Suz said...

So beautiful. The purple and green together are one of the prettiest combinations I have ever seen. That lori is just a dear, isn't she?

My Life Under the Bus said...

Beautiful and I love the vintage bar! Stunning work.