Art Bead Ornaments

Welcome to the Art Bead Scene’s ornament blog hop! We were all challenged to pick from our art bead stash and make ornaments. I went with my birdie and house beads to make simple little ornaments:

Birdie Ornament

Both ornaments were fishing expeditions in the bowls of bead soup in my work area. By this point in my beady life, there are plenty of bits of ribbon, wire, stone and everything else to make some cute little things!

Lil House Ornament


Make sure and check out my fellow Blog Hoppers:

Art Bead Scene

Humblebeads

Treasures Found

Song Beads

Viki O’Dell

Sue Beads

Modern Nature Studio

Diane Hawkey

Suburban Girl Studio

Jen Judd Rocks

Ellie’s Bijoux

Island Girl’s Insights

Life By The Seat Of My Pants

Tooaquarius¬† (you’re here)

Shelley Graham Turner

Artfully Ornamental

Charis Designs Jewelry

Harrison Hollow Designs

Silver Nik Nats

Bead Soup Mix

Toodles and Binks

Bead Recipes

Play Sculpt Live

BeeTree by M.E.

Billi RS Rothe

A Half-Baked Notion

Kimis Jewelry and Gifts

24 thoughts on “Art Bead Ornaments

  1. Elaine Post author

    Caning houses would be a simple thing – did a bunch of houses that were all canes, made from ends of other canes for the roof. This one was a bit more of a mix of techniques but the idea is still good. The benefit is, you could reduce the roof and the bottom separately then just join them together after, when the cane was at the size you wanted to use it at.

  2. Erin Prais-Hintz

    Oh that sweet little house! It looks like a wee elf would live there! And I think I have one of your wee houses. I must find it and whip up one of these! Isn’t it nice when all your goodies are within reach? I have to remember this the next time I need a quick start. I will make ornaments! So glad you joined us on this hop! Enjoy the day! Erin

  3. Kimberly Idalski

    Love your ornaments. the little house is so cute. A mysterious little door for the mini elfs. :). Polymer is so amazing. Im in the hop but not added on the list yet. Please stop by and comment. Happy Holidays and Hopping, Kim

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