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Here you will find some of my explorations with other media, sculpey bead making, Shrink Plastic, Rubber stamping and other eclectica as it comes along!  Hey, an artist has to stretch!
Date(s): January 30, 2003. Album by Brenda Sue Lansdowne. 1 - 21 of 45 Total. 8340 Visits.
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Oh, Bsue.  These take my breath away, especially the memory bracelets.  You are Incredible.
Wicky , Sat, 14 Jun 2003 10:57PM
Brenda, You're Incredible!!  FABULOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Betty J. McKean, Sun, 4 May 2003 4:22PM
Now just where is that Neiman-Marcus buyer?
Donna, Sat, 3 May 2003 9:51PM
Absolutely Fabulous B'Sue - what a collection!!
Joan Redden, Sat, 19 Apr 2003 11:28AM
I have finally found enough time to look at some of your things....They're Beautiful!  I also joined this site too!  If you have the time, check me out, at:  http://www.ImageEvent.com/alleycats_jewelry  Let me know what you think.....lol   Nancy/Alleycatnanc
Nancy-from Joolcrafting, Tue, 11 Feb 2003 10:15PM
B'Sue, you truly are the goddess of all that is b'jeweled!  Love, love, love your work!
Francesca, Fri, 7 Feb 2003 5:03PM
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Here's a funky new style.  The tube bead in on sterling wire, bent to shape and wrapped with more.  There is an abalone section and an abalone wire wrapped drop along with a big jet plaque which features the lazing lady in the crescent moon.

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I had so much joy in making this piece, thinking about every section as I added it.  It's a combination of cast links from the new stock I am carrying on ebay as well as beaded eyepins and polymer beads.
"Subtle yet a moving piece-does good ..."
"This is sooooo cool! The colors are ..."
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Here is a a little more close up pic of this necklace, which is so wearable, it falls around the neck so nicely!
"Love the lock!! Do you sell these?"
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This was a special order for a special customer....I did combo's of translucent, white,navy and turquoise Sculpey and made layered canes.....some I sliced and others I rolled to get mokume gane...others I did plain turquoise and plain navy and layered with gold leaf to get a very pretty lapis look. Findings are pewter ox and I did the front centerpiece on heavy sterling wire, bending to form.

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This is the coil bracelet to go with the previous necklace.  It is so chunky and full, and has wirewrapped slices of abalone as part of the danglies on each end.  I also did tube beads and I love how the big rollers move back and forth over top of them.
"these blues are again subtle yet str..."
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This one is MINE, I can't bear to sell it.Textured toggle at the back, lots of heavily lacquered caned and mokume gane beads with a hand formed pendant to which I have affixed some of the new epoxy enamels I've acquired and some other accents.  Oh, she's a looker.

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A cacophony of polymer beads in turquoise, sand and creme with seed beads wired into the motif along with more handmade and lamp beads and charms.

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A close up of the contemporary-style wired and beaded motif which is polymer with goldfilled wire, seed beads, charms and lamp glass.

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Funky little hat brooch with 'carved' brim.  Everybody loves these!  About 2.5 inches.

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This is my first 'from the ground up' piece...all beads and sections made by me of polymer, then all hand wired, I even formed the sterling clasp and eyepins and connections.
"How tuff are your clay beads? What a..."
"Coloration of beads fantastic!"
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My most recent piece in rich teal-jade green with gold buff on top.  Interesting cast bronzey floral and wired polymer beads add to the oriental style pendant which has wired in seed beads and cast goldplated leaf drops.

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A closeup of the pendant shows you all the sculpted detail and texture.
"LOVE this pendant,B'Suethat wiring S..."
"This is wonderful, Sue! Great color ..."
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Here is a closeup view of some of the uniquely worked sections of this necklace.
"Ooh, Ah again!"
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Another experiment with faux turquoise.  I did Rub and Buff in Pewter to finish them, more matte with a glow.  These memory wire bracelets are so much fun!

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Four coils around the wrist, my tiger beads, olive and onyx look rounds, and faux amber.  All beads one of a kind and made by ME!
"All one of a kind, made by you and F..."
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A new addition, oriental style necklace in chunky texturized polymer beads, branch coral and brass ox charms.

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Chunky chalk, moss, peach and tan beads in impressed and textured motifs.  You can't really discern all the texture in the beads here, but they are so chunky and tactile, which is a quality in jewelry that I love.  And, if these were glass, you wouldn't wear it long...it would get heavy.  Sculpey beads don't!
"Can Sculpey, fimo, and premo have va..."
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Geisha girl with handwired offset ring bead, in charcoal, grey and moss green with pewter ox and brass ox findings.

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Another hat brooch in gaudy fall colors, almost reminds me of some kind of pumpkin.

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Darling hat brooch with twisted and carved-look brim.

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Pale peach and pale moss handmade textured beads with wired motif.

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