Thursday

Adventure / Piedzīvojums


Taraaaa!
These are my first (but definitely - not last) ceramic beads - barrels made by a friend of mine, but painted (washed?) by me. I'm so excited and have so many ideas, what I could do with clay and these paints!
Šīs ir manas pirmās (bet noteikti - ne pēdējās) keramikas pērlītes - cilindri, ko izgatavoja kāda mana draudzene, bet nokrāsoju es. Esmu tādā sajūsmā, un man ir tik daudz ideju, ko es varētu darīt ar mālu un šīm krāsām!

15 comments:

I bijoux dello Stregatto said...

Wonderful beads and wonderful colors!

ingermaaike said...

Love them!

Rita from alatvian.etsy.com said...

Thank you so much, girls!

Dina Fragola said...

Wow, super pretty! The lime ones are stunning!

Rita from alatvian.etsy.com said...

Thank you so much, Dina!

ArtMind said...

They are fantastic!
Could you tell me how thick the wire is that you put these on?

Rita from alatvian.etsy.com said...

Thank you so much, Mitsy! I appreciate your opinion as a ceramic expert. The wire is a flat 2mm one. But my oven is very small and I have a grid(?) in there, that goes athwart. So every bead hangs in a mesh of a kind of net. (I'm not sure at all about the words I use. This is an absolutely new sphere for me.)

matchstickgirl said...

wow i love the green ones well done !!!

kraplap said...

Ohh I like them very much Rita ! That green colour is really fab !

jealousydesign said...

they looks great!!

Rita from alatvian.etsy.com said...

Thank you, girls, so much!

ZenZPrint said...

Great beads! Love the colors.

ira said...

you can come up with endless design I believe!:)

karuski said...

Pretty beads, lovely colors! What material it is exactly? I made some beads from clay this spring but haven't used them yet. In fact they would need some paint first as I didn't glaze them.

-minna

Rita from alatvian.etsy.com said...

Thank you, girls! It is a natural pottery clay (white and brown). And it is an acrylic paint on water base, very easy at use.