Snowy Beads and Jewelry

December 14, 2014 , In: Ceramic Clay, Clay, General, Inspiration

With winter in full swing, and snow all around, (and stuck in my house all week from a winter storm), I was inspired to share a little visual tour of snowflake jewelry and beads. Enjoy!

Snowflake photograph by Don Komarechka

My back yard, with the pups Casey and Ulla playing in the snow – the smears on the window
are from Ulla jumping up onto the glass when she wants to come in.
Snowflake earrings by Linda Landig.

Glass snowflake beads by Donna Millard.

Snowflake nugget bead by nkpdesigns.

Stoneware snowflake bead by Suburban Girl Studio.

Snowy headpins by SueBeads.

Rustic stoneware snowflake pendant by Linda Landig.

Ceramic snowflake pendant by Blueberribeads.
Snowflake bead set by Gaea.
Snowflake pendant by Thea Elements.

Snowflake beads by The Classic Bead.

Snowflake pendants by HumbleBeads.

Snowflake beads by Kylie Parry.
Snowflake pendant by White Clover Kiln.

Karen Totten

Karen has worked professionally as an artist and designer for over 30 years in a variety of creative disciplines: architectural design, illustration, art direction, mixed media art, interaction design. She currently works full time as a User Experience (UX) Design Principal for an international consultancy. When not flying to work every week, her other passions are ceramic art, sketching, and occasionally, jewelry design. “For me, the creative life, from UX to fine art, has always been one of exploration and adventure. As the daughter of an air force navigator, I grew up a traveler. To this day I am intrigued by stories and motifs that transcend time, culture, and geography.“
  1. Reply

    Thanx for sharing Karen.

    • Donna
    • December 14, 2014

    How lovely to be in such beautiful company….Thanks so much!

  2. Reply

    Thank you Karen! I love snowflake beads and wintry inspirations.

  3. Reply

    So fun to see some of my very favorite bead designers using snowflakes, a theme which is my favorite for winter! Thanks for sharing these! –Sharyl

  4. Reply

    Wonderful theme! It was so fun to see my bead showcased along with those created by artists that I admire. Thank you!

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