Saturday, April 03, 2010

Another Cuff From November/December 2009

Here is another cuff I designed while watching professional movers pack up my stuff in November of last year. I call it "Olive Juice" and it grew from my feelings at that time in November because after a tough 6 months of being separated due to job reasons, my husband was home and we were packing up our stuff for our move to Arkansas. It was a celebratory mood, hence the olives from a martini. I don't drink martinis, I think they are nasty tasting, but perhaps I just haven't had the right one. And its called "Olive Juice" because the way your lips move, looks like you are saying "I love you" and its a funny joke from our college days. Anyway, the cuff is done in 2-drop Peyote. You can purchase the pattern from my Artfire shop http;//www.3peepsdesigns.artfire.com

Another cuff created earlier this year is my "3 Heart Fusion" cuff. Of course this was for Valentines Day. I wanted some bright red hearts and I succeeded after trial and error. This is also 2-drop Peyote and I am really enjoying this stitch. I am glad I finally took the time to learn it. The pattern is also available in my shop. You might prefer the actual cuff and you can get it as a made to order cuff. You tell me the size and I will stitch it up and mail it to you. Here is a "goth" version of my cuff. Its not as sugary sweet as the white and red one.


Next time I will show you my "Citrus Twist" cuff, "Patriot 7 & 8" cuffs, "Sugar Skulls" cuff, and my "Entwined" cuff. If you don't want to wait, please check out my fan page on FaceBook; 3 Peeps Designs

3 comments:

Almost Precious said...

Beautiful cuff bracelets, having done a bit of seed beading myself, I truly appreciate the time intensive and tedious work that is involved in their creation.

Never thought about "Olive Juice" before, how funny...it is very much like mouthing the words "I love you". LOL

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