Friday, April 20, 2012

BBArtisans April Challenge -Spring Sense

This month, Margaret wants us to use all our senses for our BBArtisans challenge:

"Create a project that calls to mind how one or all the senses respond to this new time of year."

For me, if I'm going to be outside, it sure is handy to attach my glasses to a necklace, so I won't drop them when my hands are full of books, towels and other things.  I've been wanting to make more new eyeglasses holders anyway and decided to take some beads out of my shop for the first one.



This strand is perfect for the spring. And I love that the paper is Italian. Just in time for going to Italy.


A few friends have been asking me what happened to all the eyeglasses holders I made. Well they sold! So it's my plan to make some more (making more beads was part of my short term goals for the month!)

9 comments:

Erika said...

I love spring! There is something about the flowers and birds that just makes things seem better.

Great way to use the beads, too!!

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

Love the colors and these are so handy! Great item for the challenge :)

Rose said...

I love your eyeglass holders! This is a perfect project for spring. Good luck with it.

Splendid Little Stars said...

The lovely colors certainly call to mind the beauty of Spring! What a perfect project for all your beautiful beads!

BeadedTail said...

That's a clever take on the challenge since you will need something to hold your glasses! It's beautiful too!

Kathleen said...

Great answer to the challenge - in so many ways!

Nancy said...

It's lovely !! Restocking the shop will be a great fun project!

Judy Nolan said...

What a great idea this is for your beads! Hope your 2nd batch of eyeglass holders flies out of your shop.

Janet Bocciardi said...

Definitely make more! I have to have my glasses around my neck all day long now. Working close up tires your eyes so that I can't even go to the grocery store without them. These are very unique and pretty!

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