Monday, October 05, 2009

Expanding the Bead Family: Skully Bowz

I'm adding to the Heartz n Skullz series with Skully Bowz. Skully Bowz are like the Skele'Bowz but are made a bit differently - so a slightly different name. Instead of a black eye, I've highlighted the sculptural quality of the Skully with brown. She wears a sweet deep red bow.






Do you like the new addition to the Heartz n Skullz family? Do you create series within your work?

11 comments:

Emi of FTLOB said...
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Emi of FTLOB said...

Wow! So adorable!
I love cute gothy stuff, I went through quite the phase in high school and relapse every now and then, its a bit of an expensive style to keep up tho, at least before I knew about etsy hehe

Katie said...

So cute! I love the new addition to the family :o)

If I was a beadmaker like you, I think adding new additions to existing series is a cool idea...It seems like a good way to use new techniques to enhance/improve on something you've done in the past...Kind of a way to see an evolution of your process and where you've gone with what you do...

rosebud101 said...

I love the skullies!

Diana P. said...

That's a cute bead!

Cyndi L said...

That bow is too funny! So feminine... :-)

Jeannie said...

She is beautiful. I love her hair bow. She needs friend or boyfriend. You could make a whole family of them.
I do create bead series with polymer clay, but only limited quanities and then I move on to something new.

Jean said...

ooooooooooo! Love them! You are so fun!!! As well as imaginative AND able to leap tall buildings in a single bound! How do you do it?

xox!!! jean

Cindy Gimbrone said...

Thanks, All!

LOL, Jean - you're too funny!

Melissa J. Lee said...

CUTE!!! I like this version best of all!

Ann said...

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