April 30, 2008

Blog Candy - Altered Bracelet

What better way to end the month than with some Blog Candy! I took a break from some projects that I was working on and used my scraps to create these altered bracelets.











On the top one, I applied rub ons to my Afternoon Tea DSP, the bottom one is created using the Createx Creations Technique from the TJNL. I substituted Adirondack Dimensional Pearls for the Createx.


To enter - simply leave a comment on this blog post by Saturday May 3rd, letting me know which one is your favorite - I'll have the random number generator pick the winner on Sunday, May 4th.

39 comments :

Beth said...

My favorite is the dimensional pearls Lisa and I sure hope you pick me.

Anonymous said...

I love the Dimensional Pearls one -- they are my colors! I would loved to be picked!!

Thanks
Judy Jackson

judystamper at verizon dot net

Anonymous said...

I love the one on the top
they are both Beautiful pieces Lisa
Lillian
sugarbirds@personainternet.com

Lyn S said...

My fave would be the dimensional pearls...............but they are both gorgeous!!

Janean Campbell said...

These are awesome.. My fav is also dimensional pearls.. I've seen some really awesome jewlrey created using scrap supplies.. Love your blog also.

Charmaine said...

They are both really pretty...but I think I like the colors of the second one the best.

Charmaine

Anonymous said...

They're incredible! Beautiful work.

~Lana B.~ said...

So pretty (as always)!!! I would have to be different than the rest so far and go w/ the Afternoon Tea one on top. I love the scalloped edges of the charms too. So, PICK ME, PICK ME! :D
~L~

Cindy said...

Love the dimensional peals!! I really would love to be picked!

Thanks bunches
Cindy Walker

Cindy said...

I love the dimensional pearls and would love to be picked!!

Thanks bunches
Cindy
mzm6030@yahoo.com

Barb Hardeman said...

Lisa, you do the most incredible things with paint ink and anything you can find to stamp! I love both of these creations, but especially the Dimensional Pearls. I guess I'm not alone on that one. I would love to be picked for either...
Barb Hardeman
barbiebeth@grandecom.net

stampinc said...

WOW I LOVE THEM! I would have to pick the dimensional pearl one for my favorite. I just love seeing your creative work. I would be very proud to wear one of your handmade bracelets. Thanks for a chance.

Terri said...

Oh oh oh my favorite is the bottom one (the top one is beautiful too) but I love the look of that bottom one!!

Regina Cornelius said...

i really like them both! if i had to pick...i'd say the bottom one! both are gorgeous though...i would love to be wearing one :)
regina

Lila H said...

Well, of course both are gorgeous - but I have to admit that morphed Createx with the Dimensional Pearls is my favorite - - -

Alison said...

I love both of them, they're gorgeous! If I had to pick just one, I'd take the top one, since it matches a couple of tops that I have.

Linda F. said...

These are absolutely beautiful! Thank you for such generous candy!

blessedabundantly said...

Absolutely gorgeous.

Lissame said...

I love them, I am so wanting to try this but am having such a hard time just getting the bracelet part, wanting to make one for Mother's Day for my MIL. But of yours I love the bottome one but again both are great. TFS

Lisa Lee said...

I like them both, but would have to say the one on top is my favorite. Such beautiful work.

Jess said...

I like the one with the Afternoon Tea DSP, but they are both beautiful!

HeyHeyPaula said...

They are both beautiful. I like the top one best. Thanks for a chance to win.

Karen Sullivan said...

Lisa,

Both are gorgeous! So hard to pick favorite. I love the details on The Afternoon Tea DP one. I have been struggling with the Createx technique so I would love to see this one. If I am the lucky one you pick, you can surpise me! Thank you Lisa.

Karen S

Roberta said...

WOW Lisa - both bracelets are awesome! I would wear one proudly if you pick me.

Roberta

stampqueen said...

I love the bottom braclet - although both are adorable - I may have to find room in the ol budget for the dimensional pearls now....
Tera

Anonymous said...

What beautiful work...I'd love to win the top one..so pretty. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

kim3timemom@yahoo.com

RoseBros said...

I love the top bracelet style (would you mind telling us where you found these bracelets???), but I *love* what you did with the dimensional pearls one. fun stuff!
If you pick me you can pick again...though I *love* them and think they are super fun, realistically I always forget to put jewelry on. I'd like them to go to someone who would remember to WEAR it! LOL!
Thanks for sharing your fun stuff with us!
~Jody

Heidi said...

How pretty! I think my favorite is the top one.

Theresa said...

They are both B-U-tiful!! great job and thanks for the opportunity to win one!

Nikki Bond said...

Wow...these are simply amazing Lisa! You are one talented lady! My fav is the top one but I must say it was hard to pick! {SMILES}

Bunny B said...

The dimensional pearls! Gorgeous!! Love it. Thank you for the chance to win :)


bunnybox9 a[t] gmail [dot] com

scfranson said...

I love the second one! They are both beautiful and you do wonderful work.
Claudia
scfranson@charter.net

Carolyn said...

Sorry, can't pick, they are both beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Ann said...

Hi Lisa,
They are both wonderful but I think I like the second one best because the charms look more jewel-like.
Beautiful work & thanks for the blog candy!
Ann
www.inkspiration.ca

Clearly Inspired said...

Oooo, my favorite is the top one. Wow! What great blog candy! Thanks for the chance to win!

di said...

I love these - my favorite is the one on top. cdb_rstm at mail dot com

Diane said...

Lisa these are stunning. I must try this.Or maybe I can win these!!!!
Love what you do.

Dee Ruger

Dee aka StampincuzILuv2 said...

Both are beautiful!! I Luv the one on the bottom:) Where did you buy the braclets? I would really like to try making one.
Dee

Robin Merriman said...

I love them both, Lisa, but the top one is my fave!

 
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