This is my interpretation of Basha beads. I’m not a fan of them because they are too iridescent for me, so I was elated beyond my expectations these turned out exactly how I imagined them. Not without a lot of false starts of course.
Basha beads evoke ancient glass and starry nights. I however, decided to do them in polymer clay. Not easy to do.
Their swirling layers of color and sparkle are almost impossible to fully capture with photography. Each one seems like an ocean of stars.
I took dozens of pictures of this bracelet. It was hard to capture the beauty of the beads.
I don’t have any Basha beads posted on my website, but I’ll take requests.
Earrings are free with purchase of bracelet
Here are some polymer clay Raku beads. I just love all the texture on them. I have made these in many different color palettes, this is one of my favs. If anyone in the Echo Creative Club would like to work with these 13mm Raku beads, please contact me by email.
Please check out this month’s talented team and thank you for stopping by.
Cindy Cima Edwards http://www.cindycima.com/
Donna Martin Bradley http://strandedbeads.blogspot.com/
Jeannie K Dukic http://site.jkdjewelry.com/blog you’re here
Jessica Klaaren http://cellardoorjewelry.blogspot.com/
Karen Williams http://baublicious.blogspot.com/
Kashmira Patel http://sadafulee.blogspot.com/
Kristen Stevens http://kristen-beadjourney.blogspot.com/
Lisa Lodge http://pineridgetreasures.blogspot.com/
Lola Surwillo http://www.beadlolabead.blogspot.com/
Shannon Chomanczuk http://www.formysweetdaughter.blogspot.com/
Pin It Jeannie is a graduate of St. Paul Collage of Visual Arts, accomplished mixed media artist and published jewelry designer. She is the originator of the Echo Creative Team and of the Do Over Challenge. When she is not creating art, she helps people live happy, healthy lives.