Friday, August 31, 2012

Blue Moon Rosary Challenge Blog Hop

I am very honored to participate in the blue moon rosary challenge blog hop!


I want to show this rosary, currently available in my rosary etsy shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/RosenkranzAtelier


because it shows best what I love about rosarymaking.

Olive wood beads form the Holy Land, combined with my own handmade lampwork beads ( of course, my lampwork beads have to come in here somehow ;-)) and genuine old antique and vintage rosary parts which I hunt down at antique fairs and flea markets in Belgium and France.

Please hop on to the other participants, 2 very talented artists:


Margareta Saari, Finland

rosaries:

http://picasaweb.google.com/MagsinKorut/Rukousnauhat



jewelry blog:

http://magsinhelmet.blogspot.com/



store: 

http://magskoru.com/


Toltec Jewels, U.S.A.

main blog for the Jewel School community:

http://toltecjewels.blogspot.com/



Jewelry blog:

http://toltecjewels-toltecjewelsart.blogspot.com/



store:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/ToltecJewels


4 comments:

Mags said...

So lovely, that you took part in our small blog hop for rosaries!

I admire very much your way to make rosaries, with the genuine beads and antique parts - your glass beads being the most lovely pater-beads!

I was looking for olive tree beads earlier in summer, could not find any.

Patti Van said...

Gorgeous! Love your lampwork selection with the olive wood beads...lovely!

Toltec Jewels for Jewel School Friends said...

Gorgeous! The Holy Land beads are amazing and your lampwork beads are gorgeous, as always -- beautiful!! love that you find vintage rosary parts at fairs and flea markets in Belgium and France! so cool. thank you for joining in our Blue Moon rosary challenge. having a gifted artist like you participate is an honor!

Gracias!
Rita aka TJ

Margareta said...

This rosary is so lovely and beautiful! I love the olive wood beads, your lampwork beads are elegant, what a nice contrast! The linking and the metal parts give that charming vintage feel to the rosary!

I'm trying to leave a comment for third time, hope it comes to you now :-)