Friday, April 20, 2012

Stack'M Ladies


Tracy Statler of make bracelets  put a challenge out there  for all of us.  As she puts it  "The trend of wrapped, stacked and layered bracelets has been around for awhile and it shows no signs of stopping!"  I dug through some old favorites and made a few new...had quite some fun!   I compiled a mix of boughten, made by me and made by friends.   Thank you Tracy for making this happen!!
my wedding pearls mixed with some of my new favorites

my wrapped bracelet  layered with jasper's and etched bead bracelet
a little bling with the wrapped and etched
the top bangle (purchased) paired with handmade

the big stack






the big stack with more


sporting my newly beaded bracelet


I had to add this.....the silverware bracelets started this exploration into jewelry designing.....I met my (now)husband....he needed to do somthing besides watch me paint.....we found the bracelets......we got married......now I have enough silverware to invite all of you over......



It appers a lot of us wanted to show off our style.......
Go check out all of these wrapped, stacked and layered ladies!!




my helper Foo .....yep she knocked down the stack

29 comments:

  1. Your photos are breathtakingly beautiful! I hang my head in shame for mine! Thanks for providing such great eye candy! Loved your hammered spoon pieces also- very cool. This blog hop is fun! hope you get lots of traffic.
    regards, maureen

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  2. Hi Kim,
    Love your stacks. Did you make the wire wrapped one with all the layers? I like that you added your bead weaved bracelet, it looks good with that group.
    Therese

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  3. I want the one with all the seed beads - awesome stack!

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  4. Beautiful!! All of them are wonderful, they look like they would feel so good on! Great blog!!

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  5. Kim, I just knew I would be in for some serious eye candy when I visited your hop post!! Oh my goodness. Your stacks are right up my alley and I want to come straight over and snatch 'em! :-) SOOOOOO stunning. My favorites are the beaded bracelet (WOW), the leather and button (is that an old button?) bracelet, and of course your signature spoon bracelets. And that last photo with your helper Foo is priceless. Thanks for such a great stop on the blog hop, Kim!

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  6. I love them all! What a cute kitty, peeking in to see what you are doing. I want to go look at all of those links, but I don't know if I dare!

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  7. wow!! love your pictures and bracelets!!... and your cats... i have 6... most of them are rescues... they love to sneak in my workroom and knock my bead bowls over!!

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  8. Mmmmmmm...love love love that big stack!!! Gorgeous gorgeous stacks!

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  9. Hi Kim! Beautiful photography! Everyone of those stacks are awesome. Can't pick a favorite... Thanks for playing along!
    Love kitties. Sadly there are allergies in m house and we can't have them anymore. Looks like a Leo I used to have.

    Tracy

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  10. Your pictures are GORGEOUS! I love these stacks. And that cute one of Foo at the end. I like your silverware bangles the best. Very clever! Enjoy the day. Erin

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  11. beautiful stack, I relly like all the different kinds of bracelets you used. The big multi strand cuff is gorgeous, btw!

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  12. You heard it! Gorgeous photography, but the bracelets are the main event. I'm a big fan of the silver spoons.

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  13. What a wonderful compilation of bracelet stacks. Very nicely done!

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  14. Fantastic stacks!Love all the great textures going on here and the silver spoon bracelets are awesome!

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  15. Great eclectic vibe you have going on with your stack!! Really love what you did!

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  16. Wow! What a lot you have going. They're gorgeous! And that cat/caption of your cat is funny. :)

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  17. That is one awesome stack! I love your wedding pearls and your wrapped bracelet. I also love that you added your new woven bracelet. It's beautiful! And, I agree with the others, your photography is wonderful.

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  18. Audible gasp over this stack! Wow.

    (And your kitty looks like mine -- does he weight 22 pounds like mine does?)

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  19. I love all your bracelets - especially the etched bead one - how cool. I absolutely love your first photo too, there's just something about it that's really eye-catching. And, Foo is just so adorable!! (and so's Nosey - saw another post with her/him)

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  20. your bracelets are lovely. thanks so much for your visit and kind comments...it’s whats keeping me going
    ...also love your spoon necklaces...so cool...xx cynthia

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  21. That pearl one made my heart skip a beat. WOW this is some amazing work. Beautifully Done!

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  22. Very very very cool. Wonderful stacks!!!

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  23. wow, those are some fabulous bracelets! Those silver spoon ones are amazing!

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  24. WOW!!! Your bracelets are totally amazing!! Love your colors and textures!! And, oh, your wedding pearls ... how special is that!!! Love your "newly beaded" one and the silverware inspired are super!! I am envious of your talent and beautiful collections! Thank you for sharing! Oh, can't forget to mention your four legged helpers.... they just couldn't be any cuter!! We just have one kitty now, she has her own day on our blog. Look for her on Wednesdays.

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  25. Oh my goodness....lovelovelovelove....your stacks are amazing and just simply gorgeous! And your Foo, precious indeed :)

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  26. I cannot say anything better than anyone else has already said. You my friend, are not a crafter... You are a talented artist! Very beautiful work!
    Terrabeadworks

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  27. I love the bracelets, as well as the story you tell as you go along. And nothing beats the piece on the silverware! Thanks for sharing and best wishes!

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  28. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! I love the rich colors, and they all look so lovely together. I need to try my own bangle stack, though I've never made bangles before.

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