Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Hyper mood - when you can't put down the thread...

I have many things to show you guys and guess what, I made all of these in the last two weeks!
I'm full with ideas and can't put down the thread.
The gods love me for sure.
Or I'm just lucky enough to LOVE my work.

I got too many pictures to post them in one blog post so will write one for each of them.
First I made this triangle pendant about one and a half week ago (I know, shame on me not posting photos immediately). I started with a red-gold-metallic pink combination:

 and it turned out to be so much fun to bead that I made the blue - pale pink version on the same day (night):

After I finished the second pendant I realized I forgot to write notes about the steps - again... 
So here comes the third pendant because I needed those notes... :

Hope you like them - or at least one of them.
I love all of them, but that's okay, their my sweet kids :)
I'm still working on a bracelet tutorial (more about this one later) but after I finished that I will start the triangles.

Will be back soon with more pictures. Have a great Tuesday!


  1. gorgeous work as usual.... you are incredibly talented and blessed with creativity Viktoria and as always I LOVE your work! You inspired me to be creative with my own work. Will post my latest creation on FB soon. You know me as Mysty Johnson there.

  2. Hola Viki !!! No entiendo bien tu comentario. Entiendo que quieres utilizar mis fotos para algo. Por supuesto que puedes; estoy encantada de que te puedan servir. !!! Me encantan tus diseños. Mi correo: mariaesthergm@hotmail.com. Besos. Esther Cristal.

  3. Thanks for your visit and follow me,I like very much your works and I will follow you,too.

  4. Viki !!! Has recibido mi e-mail?

  5. Viki these are gorgeous! I love the colors in the last one!!

  6. They are all so beautiful. I made one with simiilar colors to your blight blue-green with the fuschia crystals. Your tutorial is great. It came out wonderful. Keep making those beautiful designs.

  7. Very cool. I'd love to see you assemble 8 of these into an octahedron!

  8. Thanks for all the nice comments :) Really appreciate it!