beads by breul

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Echo Creative Club

Jeannie Dukic has started this wonderful monthly
venture and has let me play along.
It is called Echo Creative Club.
She sends us one of her wonderful pieces and we then get 
to create with it.  Have you seen her polymer work?

She sent me an amazing black and white Gin Blossom.
As soon as I got i (I let her surprise me) I knew EXACTLY
what I was going to do.

I so love this piece!

I am in love with wire, it is expensive, but I love it! I knew that  
I wanted todo black, white and red. I did some steel chain, 
some black chain, some
wonderful dark red faceted rondelles. 

The Gin Blossom is a wonderfully weighted piece (not heavy, but hangs 
the chain nicely). 

Please hop over and see what these amazingly talented
folks have created.

Courtney Breul - you are here!
Cindy Cima Edwards

Here is the group blog as well 


jeanniek said...

Oh honey, I "so love this piece" too!

The mix of steel and black chain compliments this piece so well, it knocks my socks off. The red adds the PERFECT pop of color.

Thank you for creating such beauty,

Barbara Lewis said...

Just beautiful! That pendant reminds me of the rosettes you find in old houses! Very vintage!

Kristen said...

I so agree with your description of the pendant it is perfectly weighted. Your necklace is so elegant and still could be worn with a great pair of jeans. Beautiful!

Shannon Chomanczuk said...

Very pretty, I am loving the pop of red you added.
Shannon C

Shel said...

This is really cool!! I love how the multiple chains and the pendant mix together. You've made it look very vintage and photos are awesome as well!! Love the red pops of color, too!!

TesoriTrovati said...

Oh darling! That is so lovely! I love that it has that shabby chic look. It looks like some aged and painted metal knob from a dresser or something. It is marvelous what Jeannie can do with clay. I love her and her Echo club. So awesome! Enjoy the day.

Molly Alexander said...

Such a beautiful piece Courtney! I love the colors you chose to compliment Jeannie's Gin Blossom, and the various wires really add to the rustic charm. Red is one of my favorite colors, and I love how you incorporated it in your piece - fabulous!

Copper Diem said...

I love the black and white with the pops of red. great job!

Designs by Dawn Marie said...

I like the little pop of red you used Courtney! Great necklace!

Cindy Cima said...

I love this necklace! The hint of red blends beautifully!
I agree that these pendants have the perfect weight to lay nicely.

Kokopelli said...

Great work! The red beads make the whole necklace pop and are perfect accents.

Gold Charm Bracelet said...

The designs are very trendy and wearable.I think accessories are very important to complete the look of a person and therefore I like to collect a lot of stuff to y kit.

Lori Anderson said...

I love her blossoms!!!!

Bead Lola Bead said...

You did Jeannie's gin blossom proud! The red rondelles are the perfect contrast to the seamless cohesiveness of the black and white. So beautiful!

Lori Anderson said...

LOVE it!