BFAC 2010, complete


It’s done!  The finished length is 17″, with another two inches available with the sterling chain at the back.  The clasp is also sterling, and the stained glass components are made by Carol Dosse using lead-free solder.  The back pendant showcases lampwork by Laurie B. Smith.  As the rules for Beading for a Cure state, I have used at least one of every bead in the kit, without adding any additional beads  The watery feeling of the beads is complimented by the color of the stained glass, and the silver of the solder and the findings.  We are asked to name our piece; this is Glass Waves.

Now, it’s time to finish the paperwork, and it’s off to BFAC photography headquarters, aka Out on a Whim!

10 thoughts on “BFAC 2010, complete”

    1. The bugles were definitely the beads that jumped out at me in the kit, so I took advantage of them. Thank you! Carol did the color matching – we both like blues and greens, so she had choices in her glass on hand.

    1. Thank you, Linda! And you know the stained glass person too. I wore it for part of a day to test how it lays, and it would be great with a scoop-neck shirt or tank. NOW, to make one for myself….

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