Here's what I've been working on the past... month? Sorry, the photography kinda sucks. I had a hard time finding a space big enough for the whole thing.
I grew up in the Southern US. In our yard we had this huge Magnolia tree that I practically lived in. Every day for hours my friends and I would play in this tree. So this piece brings back a bit of my childhood. Needless to say, I don't think I can sell it. It's just too precious. However, while I was trying to figure out the best configuration for my branches, I did get a made to order listing in my Etsy shop for a smaller segment with one large bloom and a tiny bud.
Based on the feedback I've received on my Facebook page, the ruffled rose pattern won the vote so that is the pattern that I will be putting together in February. I will also be doing a separate Technique tutorial for Scallops and Fringe. I've decided to separate the technique tutorials and the patterns simply because I'm going to be using some of the same techniques and it makes no sense to keep showing it over and over again. Then it would be redundant for those who already know the techniques or for those who have purchased my previous tutorials. So, I will have a separate one for those who need it.
March will be the Iris.
By the way... I redesigned my site. Weebly (my website builder) has only a few limited themes that I think would fit, but I think I'm finally happy with it. I even designed an official logo. :)
Hello everyone! I am Lauren Harpster, the designer behind Lauren's Creations. I am a 28 year old wife, and a mother to three adorable little kids. I've been making French Beaded Flowers for about six years now, and teaching French Beading through my website for about four years.
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2018 One-A-Day Project
I'm making one flower every day for 2018. Every month I will have a different color. At the end of the year I'm going to assemble all the pieces into a wreath. :)