More Progress on my March Beaded Journal Page

Here’s a peek at the progress I’ve made on my March journal page. I enjoy creating the texture of the tree bark. As I bead each twist and turn, I contemplate all of the twists and turns I’ve taken in my life up to where I am right now. I think I will make some fringy roots that will hang free. As I’ve only been in my new home for 3 weeks, I’m not feeling especially rooted right now.

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13 comments on “More Progress on my March Beaded Journal Page

  1. Frivolitea says:

    Your artwork is lovely. Thanks for showing the progress. I can’t quite imagine how you do it. Maybe someday you will give us a tutorial? Best to you!

  2. artandtea says:

    Thanks Lynn! For a great book on beaded embroidery, I highly recommend Robin Atkins new book, “Heart to Hands Bead Embroidery”. I got this technique from that book. It’s fabulous.

  3. subeeds says:

    That is really beautiful work. I love the faces!!!!!

  4. Lunes says:

    You’ll take root soon! Your choice of colours are beautiful and I think reflect March perfectly – the chilly mornings and the warmth of the afternoon soon after a cold winter. New life, creation….

  5. artandtea says:

    Thanks Lunes! And our May here in New England feels like March because it’s been so chilly lately. Brrrr….

  6. teeveebee says:

    What a beautiful blog you have. Thanks for sharing your art with us!

  7. artandtea says:

    Thanks so much for your kind comments!

  8. It’s looking great. I just finished reading Robin’s book last night and saw the connection in your piece immediately. What a great affirmation you are giving to Robin with this page!

    I’ve moved so many times I can tell you it doesn’t take long to settle in but those deep roots do take a while. But blossoms happen before roots get deep!

  9. artandtea says:

    Thanks Timaree, Robin is my beady hero and I wanted to honor her inspiration and guidance while also manifesting the visions in my imagination. This was a perfect fit!

  10. I knew this was going to be scrumptious!

    Just returned from New England to southern New Mexico a few days ago. Although it was chilly, my heart was cheered at all the lilacs blooming everywhere I went!

    Kathy V in NM

  11. artandtea says:

    Thanks Kathy! Oh I know, the lilacs are gorgeous this time of year! Hope you had a great trip to Boston .

  12. love your beading!!! Did you make the faces and if so do you well any? I have so much trouble finding faces. Thanks Lise

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