Monday, May 23, 2016

Sarajo's Honey Do Challenge

Sarajo's hubby is so sweet! His honey do lists are comprised of beading challenges! And Sarajo invites anyone to play along! Check out her post here on her blog for what Eric challenged us with this month.

There are no hard and fast rules to this challenge, just be inspired by what he posts. Although... I think the original intent may have been to use what was in our stash... Who can keep to that rule?!?! A girl needs to buy beads if she is so inspired, right?!?!

Here is the amazing photo her hubby Eric took and challenged us with.

Well, it did just so happen that I had the perfect beads for this one, MY hubby will be proud that I did not have to buy more beads!

Oh, wait, I may have HAD to buy the Czech glass leaves from Allegory Gallery because, well, they were perfect! The wooden beads are from my stash and the green Jade is from a destash. The perfect Crabapple-Flower-Color beads are vintage plastic! Fun, right?!?!

The pendant is made in bronze by Andrew Thornton. The wooden saucer bead directly above the pendant (that reminded me of the owl's tufts on his head), that is also from Allegory Gallery. The glass bead, with the perfect spots of yellow like the owl's eyes, is from a destash and I think the artist is Isis Ray.

Thanks again Eric and Sarajo for inviting others to join! This is always a fun challenge!

Sarajo's Original Honey Do Challenge

The current Honey Do Reveal



  1. beautiful! I love all the wonderful colors.

  2. Ha! I love that we both used different versions of Andrew's owl... great minds or something like that. ;) The colors you chose are spot on for the inspiration! And I totally support you that you NEEDED those leaves. Thanks for playing along again this month... and check back June 1st to see what Eric has in store for us next!

  3. Hey I recognize that owl! Love the use of wood, and the red beads for the pop of color. Thanks for playing along!

  4. Yummy I hope toget mine on at least by tomorrow! Your color choices are fantaastic!