6.21.2009

May is finally completed -


It took a good long while but my May Bead Journal Project page is finally completed and I can move on to my June page (though I doubt it will be completed during these last few remaining days in the month). I'm also participating in Collage Camp, taking a class with Jane LaFazio at Joggles and am getting geared up to participate in the shrine segment of Mixed Media Mania. My plate is full, it seems like all the sewing machines are running at once (oh if only I could really accomplish that) and the studio is a giant heap of fabric and trim and beads (with the occasional cat napping in the middle) so I should have something completed soon to share. There are numerous projects in various stages of construction and I need to simply sit down and finish them. I did finish the May page, so there is hope for me.

10 comments:

KV said...

I can see how well you were inspired by those words "hidden" in the fabric. This is quite beautiful and boldly executed!


Kathy V in NM

Carol said...

As always, beautiful beading. I love the bottom swirl with the beads sewn side up. Adds great visual texture.

Glad to hear that I am not the only one lost in many projects.

Anne Marie - Toronto said...

Once again, a beautiful piece. Great job! BTW, I'm another one with lots of projects and very little time. LOL!

pam T said...

o Diane! ANOTHER gorgeous page. Really, how do you find the time for everything? You DO have a lot going!
This is gorgeous, LOVE the colors...

beadbabe49 said...

Beautiful...intricate and I love the colors...

flyingbeader said...

AWESOME PIECE!!! I see I'm not the only one with many projects on the block. dot

Marty S said...

I love your style of beading, and this is a beautiful page. The subtle colors are great.
Marty S
Crackpot Beader

And I have lots of projects going, too, none of which includes vacuuming!

Plays with Needles said...

Your beading is lovely. I am quite fond of those spotted shell beads too. I"m just starting May so you're ahead of me!!

Robin said...

Be still my beating heart... another lush, thickly encrusted, flowing, gorgeous piece! And this time we have purple (my fave color) and polka-dot shell beads (where did you find them????) OMG, I'm flushing with pleasure as I look at the large version showing threads and so many beautiful beads. Heaven, for certain! Hugs, Robin

Mountain Salt Studio said...

Thanks so much for all the lovely comments and Robin, the polka-dot shell beads are from my all time favorite bead store in Pt. Townsend though I recently got some black ones on etsy.com