Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Celebratory Beads!

What cheerful little beads! These are the tiniest drops I have ever seen and the colors are so perfectly balloon-like! Don't these remind you of walking into a party?

So, the question is, how can you use these in a jewelry piece without losing that celebratory flair?

I'd love to hear your thoughts on that. I'm guessing these are probably 3 or 4 mm's. The drops are perfectly rounded and even seem to have a rubbery looking texture!

I'm going to be working on a new jewelry project next week while I am on vacation (after the PBS show taping), but I haven't pin-pointed yet what that is going to look like.

Have you ever experienced many good things coming to you all at the same after hoping and believing for what sometimes seems like forever? I am so grateful to be celebrating not only a week's vacation and fabulous new media experience, but also a new job. After 20 years in the same division, I'll be moving into a department that I have only dreamed of from afar. I owe it to wonderful people believing in me and the ability to believe in myself.

AND, every new experience deserves a new piece of celebratory jewelry, don't you think?

If you have ideas, I'd love to hear them! :)

8 comments:

Therese's Treasures said...

You Go Girl!!! Congatulations on all of your endevors and yes a celebratory piece of jewelry is a must. Have fun in your new adventure.
Therese

Mandy said...

Congratulations on everything Lisa! Law of Attraction, once your vibration rises from one good thing, more good things are attracted to you! And I LOVE those beads.

Be~Jeweled by Jana said...

Congratulations! I'm so happy for all the good things that are coming to you! Enjoy your vacation!

Softflexgirl said...

Congratulations! You sound so happy. :)

Happy Mango Beads said...

These beads sure are reminiscent of balloons or even candy.

Enjoy the PBS show taping - very exciting... and vacation! Congratulations!

JustATish said...

This is the coolest thing ever!

Almost Precious said...

Those pretty little magatama beads would make for a lovely red, white and blue 4th of July bracelet or how about dangles on a pair of earrings ?

Lisa Crone said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you! :) AND, great idea to use these in a 4th of July piece!