I love lilacs.
Their heavenly fragrance reminds me of many wonderful days spent in my garden, one of my most favorite places to be. The beauty of a flower reminds us of all that is good in our world, inside of us and outside.
I’ve finished my Spring free-form bracelet. This bracelet is thinner than the others I’ve made. Keeping in mind the hours that go into creating a free-form piece, I am trying to make a more affordable bracelet, one that takes less time to finish.
I loved weaving the colors of spring that can be worn upon the wrist.
I like the idea of letting the colors in the natural world around me inspire my creations.
Here is the clasp, a simple bead and loop. I’ve built up the loop so that there aren’t any gaps in the flow of the bracelet.
Enjoy the beauty of this day which honors the creativity of all women!
But if you have nothing at all to create, perhaps you create yourself.
Breathtaking, Karen. Your hard work and passion really shows in your art. Yes, the lilacs are out and I smell them everyday on my walks… just wonderful.
Thanks Judy, I’m so glad that it does. Enjoy your walks and the lilacs!
Love the lilac photo! And the beads.
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