This week there have been quite a few people who have subscribed to my blog. Just wanted to take a minute to thank you all for joining! I do hope you will all enjoy reading along. :)
Last night I finished my little purple Tulip Sculpture! I couldn't wait to share it.
This footed design is new. I don't think I've ever seen it used with French Beaded Flowers before and it's the first time I've made it. Experiment successful! That's good because I have several designs similar that I'm wanting to try out. The stems and feet are wrapped with itty bitty 15/0 seed beads on 28g wire. I used 15's because I didn't want to thicken my stems too much but still wanted the sparkly look of beads. For some reason the picture is showing one shade of green... but really the stems are a light green and the leaves are darker green... gosh I need to figure out my camera better!
My sculpture will be going up in my Etsy Shop later today. Hopefully. My little one is sick and miserable and in need of mommy snuggles, so it might not be until later this evening. :S
My next project is going to be another quick one. I have some 13/0 charlotte cut seed beads that I want to use for some snow drops. It will either be a little standalone sculpture similar to this one, or it will be planted in a teacup. :)
I will also be working on my Iris Pattern! So for those of you who have been waiting for it, it's coming soon!
In other news, I am currently closed to custom orders while I work on my new designs and patterns. I will begin taking more orders at the end of April.
Lauren's Creations is moving to a new home on the web! I'm moving my website over piece by piece. Come drop on by the new website - BeadandBlossom.com to see how it's coming along! My shop here on Lauren's Creations will be taken down Oct. 30th to prepare for the move. It will reopen on the new site on November 1st!
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 six years now, and teaching French Beading through my website for about four years. I hope you'll join me on my blog so you, too, can Learn the Art of French Beading.