Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Charm Swap 2013

Today is the day to reveal charms for Jen Cameron's charm swap 2013!!!  The theme is LOVE.  With that as the theme, here is my charm:


The ceramic cross bead made by myself (Terri Del Signore), represents the ultimate sacrifice done out of love!  
The copper hoop, also made by me, is a circle that has long represented the idea of "never ending".  The two combined represent my faith and that I can think of no greater love than the never ending love of God!


This is the picture of the charms I got. My photography does not do them justice, I'm working on getting better at photography.
 
Listed in rows from left to right:
 
Blue Mud, Renetha Stanziano, Monique Urquahart
Alicia Marinache, Jacquie Carlson, Susan Delphine Delaney, Patty Pulliam
Lennis Carrier, Mallory Hoffman, Cheri Mitchell-Reed, Andrea Glick,Tori Sophia
SueBeads, Ginger B, Ginkgo et Coquelicot, Linda Haskell, Nameless
The bottom 3 are from the generous Toltic Jewels.

I Love all the charms I recieved and this was a very fun experience for me!!
Thanks so much to Jen Cameron for all your hard work!!
Don't forget to check the auction at the link below!  Proceeds go to Beads of Courage! Super awesome cause!  Check it out!  Starts today!


Also check out all the other artists to see their charms!


Caroline Dewison: http://blueberribeads.co.uk
Alicia Marinache: http://www.allprettythings.ca
Terri Del Signore: http://artisticaos.blogspot.com
Cheryl (Lee) Koopman: http://stregajewellry.wordpress.com
Jacqueline Carlson: http://www.beadgypsy.blogspot.com
Charlene Bausinger Jacka: http://clay-space.com/blog/







9 comments:

  1. Your charm is absolutely wonderful. I cherish it. It feels so good in my hand when I hold it. Thank You!

    Susan Delphine Delaney
    LadyFlowersbySusan

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  2. I heartily agree with you, Terri: "No greater Love"... your charm is not only beautifully crafted but personally meaningful to me as a Christian. Thank you so much for sharing your talents in our group. :) I received one of these beauties and treasure it!

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  3. I adore your rustic looking cross. It's beautiful. I plan on making it into something very special. Thanks for participating in the swap and for helping to raise money for Beads of Courage!

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  4. Just love this rustic charm...it reminds me of a place I love...Santa Fe...just beautiful work! I love crosses for the very same reason your piece represents. Very nice!

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  5. I love your charm, Terri - even more now when I understand the symbolism behind it! I was lucky enough to got one ~ beautiful work, thank you!

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  6. Terri, I was lucky enough to receive one of your charms. As soon as I saw this, I knew it was perfect for my grandson's wife. She was baptized a few weeks back and her faith shines brightly. I know she will immediately understand the meaning of this piece. Beautiful work Terri.

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  7. This is a beautifully made art charm. Nice work.

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  8. This is beautiful work, a combination of simplicity and strength!

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  9. I love your inspiration, Terri! But, I also love that the symbolism of your work is emphasized even more by the texture and patina you added, that made it feel like your pendant came from an old churchyard and had once belonged to a Spanish priest. It's such a meaningful piece and I'm so thankful I was lucky enough to receive one! - Julie

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