Hey folks! I'm back again with more of my french beaded flowers. Hope you're ready for a bunch of pictures!
I had a custom order recently for a set of 6 bridesmaids rings. These babies are flying all the way to Austrailia!
Once those were finished, I started again on the calla lilies I need for a wall hanging I'm making. This wall hanging is my big project for this month, and it's falling under my Flower of the Month Challenge. :)
I just need one more lily "petal" and then I can start on the giant leaves. I do have one or two more Calla Lily designs I want to do this month. Smaller ones. Much smaller. :) So while I'm working on my wall hanging, I'll take a few breaks to make those as well.
I also wanted to get a few Valentine's Day items up in my shop, so I worked these two gift sets up really fast. These can both be found in both my Zibbet and Etsy shops. (You can click the "Shop" tab up top to find my shops easily).
Since I was already making roses, I thought I should work up a few wedding hair pins that I've been dying to make since I first made my mini rose pattern - months ago. These are up in my Etsy shop - since Etsy seems to be a better location for wedding items. I can take custom orders for these if you want a different color!
Oh, but that's not all. I was thinking about rings since my custom order just shipped out, so I made this as well. It's a cocktail ring in ivory. Could also be used for bridesmaids should anyone desire it to be so. :) (Look at me trying to pose my hand all elegantly like those hand models do.) Haha. Yes. It's available for purchase or custom order, here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/175645408/french-beaded-flower-cocktail-ring-in?ref=shop_home_active_1
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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