Monday, March 1, 2010

Starting off the month featuring DreamBubbles

This weeks featured artist is "DreamBubbles"  yes I know close to my shop's name but much different in styles and media used.  She makes the most fabulous spiders ever.  Now I know that not everyone is fond of spiders but they fill an extremely important biological niche and hers are non-venomous and non biting as well as being just lots of fun!!!!  The spiders range from the fantasy to very realistic and may be used in a variety of ways.  Her talents don't lie with just spiders though, a beautiful line of chainmaille and beaded items fill her shop at http://www.etsy.com/shop/DreamBubbles Please stop by and visit her shop & blog.

Her blog may be found at
http://dreambubblesreverie.blogspot.com/
and to quote her blog : "A place of reverie for my jewelry company aptly names DreamBubbles. Musing, contemplations and creations shared amongst friends."

13 comments:

DreamBubbles said...

Oh thank you for a wonderful feature. I'm glad you enjoy my spiders!

jewelry by NaLa said...

This is a wonderful article on Dream Bubbles. I love her creations!

Larissa said...

She has such nice things!

Mewes Mountain Arts said...

She has some fantastic pieces. Great post and thank you for sharing!

TuscanRoad said...

Adorable spiders by a very talented artist. Nice blog post!

lisianblue said...

Those spiders are fabulous - and the chainmaille too. Nice post!!!

MakinTheBestOfIt said...

Who would have thought that spiders could be so beautiful!

trusk4u said...

Spiders are always mesmerizing to watch and create beautiful webs. Just like DreamBubbles makes beautiful jewelry!

Violet said...

Itsy Bitsy Spider
hangs around your neck
or ears ~ a change of venue
you think ~ what the heck
Put him on the hairpin
invite his friend along
You know there's fun in numbers
with two ~ you can't go wrong.

I love these! Yay for a great post.
blessings
Violet

Haffina said...

Im not fond of spiders, but DreamBubbles' spiders are awesome! Great post.

Joan said...

Amazing spiders. Way too realistic for me.

Red Fox Jewelry said...

Very nice post! Dream Bubbles is a very talented artist too!

MakinTheBestOfIt said...

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