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Sari Ribbon Jewelry Blog Hop Sponsored By B'Sue Boutiques

For this jewelry design blog hop, B'Sue of B'Sue Boutiques threw down the gauntlet with this challenge:  What kind of jewelry designs can you make using sari ribbon?  I happen to love the different textures of mixed media jewelry designs, and my favorite layered metal flowers are perfect for wrapping in sari ribbon.  For an autumn tribute, I have my Pumpkin Spice cocktail ring (above) and an Orange and Turquoise Fairy Rose Necklace.
 My last design for this challenge is another cocktail ring in Saphire blue and yellow sari ribbon.  Can't wait to make some flower sari earrings ;O)
Come join me in our sari ribbon party blog hop and check out the fabulous creations of all the designer participants:
Vickie Wills
Susan Kennedy

Michelle Mach

Michelle Lee Hardy

Ruth Crawford

Hilary Frye, FryeStyle

Diana P.

Brenda Sue Lansdowne, B'sue Boutiques

Elizabeth Owens-Dwy

Connie Rios-Relyea

Jennifer Justman   

Deb Davis

Cathie Carroll

Rosemary Cowit

Georgene Lockwood

Cathy Buckley

Harry Wood

Sonya Stille

Mary Deis

Heather Goldsmith

Susan Rouleau

Terry Matusyk

Pam Chesbro

Mary Shannon Hicks

Janice Everett


Kristina Johansson, Maneki

Kris Binsfeld

Alice Craddick



Catherine Jeltes


Sharon Palac

Deb Beechy

Jean Yates

Patrice Pfeiffer

Dorcas Midkiff

Lynn Perry Bennett

Linzi Alford


Cynthia Wainscott

B'sue Boutiques Creative Group


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Connie Rios-Relyea said:

WOW!!!!! I absolutely love what you did with the sari! Very beautiful:-)))) I love those flowers, they're just too cute!

Friday, October 14th

Davinia said:

I really really like what you made.
I am in love with the Pumpkin Spice cocktail ring....

Friday, October 14th

Kate said:

What a great idea to wrap the ribbon around the metal flowers! And a ring! All your designs with Sari ribbon are a treat to see!

Friday, October 14th

B'sue said:

It's you....and it's sari! What a great idea! THANKS SO MUCH for being part of the hop, it would NOT have been the same without you. Thanks, too, for your many visits to B'sue Boutiques. I love what you have done with our layered roses and ring shanks. I NEVER would have thought to tuck sari into those findings. Be sure to post your pix at B'sue Boutiques Creative Group, too: This way even more people can see your creativity!

Friday, October 14th

Georgene Lockwood said:

How fun to see variations on a theme. I never think to do rings either. You've inspired me!

Friday, October 14th

ruth crawford said:

I love, love, love your rings, they are so flirty and fun. What a great design.

Friday, October 14th

Janice said:

Love your layered flowers - they are a big WOW <3 - ~JLynn

Friday, October 14th

Jennifer said:

Those are wonderful! So very pretty! I love the cocktail rings, so beautiful and feminine :)

Friday, October 14th

Harry W Wood said:

The rings are fabulous like cotton candy

Friday, October 14th

Susan Kennedy said:

Oh my gosh, I just love those! fantastic!

Friday, October 14th

Marie-Noel Voyer-Cramp said:

I would never have thought to use the Sari the way you did, but I LOVE it!!

Friday, October 14th

Maneki said:

Love, love the way you've used the ribbon! It looks fab. And nice to see rings too, I don't see it as often as many other types of jewellery.

Friday, October 14th

Diana P. said:

I love the way you used the silk. Very inspriring and very beautiful!

Friday, October 14th

Cory said:

Love, love, love....your pieces are amazing.

Friday, October 14th

Charlene said:

Fabulous! I love how you used different elements to create the flowers!

Friday, October 14th

Beanzie The Vintage Heart said:

Absolutely stunning!!

Friday, October 14th

Michelle H said:

I love the Pumpkin Spice ring. I had never thought to layer sari ribbon throughout the layers of flowers. Beautiful!

Friday, October 14th

Sonya Stille said:

I love the flowers, they are wonderful!

Friday, October 14th

Deb Bee said:

I love these designs. The sari looks great with the flowers.

Friday, October 14th

shannon said:

What a clever idea to wrap the flower layers with the sari ribbon! These are playful and fun. I like them a lot.

Friday, October 14th

Lizscraps said:

the sari flowers are beautiful and look awesome as rings! great job

Friday, October 14th

Jean Yates said:

I really love what you did because not only are these charming and beautiful, you were able to repeat your design which shows how viable it is. You didn't fake it. Really fab! Love each of the pieces!

Friday, October 14th

Terry said:

So pretty...I love the look of the ribbon layered into the flowers.

Friday, October 14th

cathyb said:

such a great job using the ring shanks--totally want one1

Friday, October 14th

Vee said:

WOW! Awesome use of the sari ribbon! Your creation are so FUN!

Friday, October 14th

Pam Chesbro said:

Yep. You've got working with this stuff down pat! Love your designs. I need to make one of those rings!

Saturday, October 15th

Michelle Mach said:

I really love the rings! So beautiful and something that would be easy for anyone to wear.

Saturday, October 15th

Patrice said:

The rings are fabulous!

Saturday, October 15th

Lori Anderson said:

WOW those are flipping amazing! Stunning work.

Saturday, October 15th

Hilary Frye said:

I like that the pieces look like they are on fire! Nice!

Saturday, October 15th

Jackie said:

I like your idea to wrap the rings with sari ribbon they look great!

Monday, October 17th

Catherine said:

Well...! This blog hop sari party has been an amazing experience! So much talent out there :O) It was wonderful to see everyone's visions evolve into something tangible and so obviously inspired. Thank you all for taking the time to stop by and leave such fabulous comments on my little ol' designs. Looking forward to seeing more!

Monday, October 17th

Liz said:

The best thing about hops are meeting new people and seeing new pieces-like you and your cocktail ring- love it-great design love the wrap of the sari.
I was not able to be apart of the party due to family matters, so I am catching up now. Hope you will have a chance to visit me @: :)

Tuesday, October 18th