Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Flower Garland Headband


Flower Garland Headband
Originally uploaded by satyridae
I was fixated on the idea of a floral headband. So I put this together last night.

I think I like it better simple like this, without beaded embroidery backing it.

It's funny (in a good way) how the design process evolves. I had such a sure idea of exactly what I wanted when I began, and though what I ended up with is nothing like what I thought I wanted, I am well satisfied!

15 comments:

GrandmaMarilyns said...

Very beautiful, Melody. Not sure but wouldn't this fit under the Art Deco theme too?

MyFairLadyVT4 said...

Wow, I think this will fly out the the shop. Beautiful!

adina said...

Wow! I am so impressed! You created two headbands that ended up being very different from each other, and both are extremely beautiful! Maybe headbands are your new calling :-)

Amber Leilani said...

very beautiful! i looked at your post last night about the headband, and i loved the flowers so much i hoped you would put them together on something! it's really really lovely!

ClaireCreations said...

You put all those flowers together in one night. It'd take me a few days.

ClaireCreations said...

Wonderful. You're amazing to have put all that together so quickly.

Marlaine said...

That is so beautiful and so much fun!

Melody said...

Thanks, everyone!

And Claire, nononono, I have been making the flowers for about 3 weeks but I put them on the headband last night. *grin*

thebeadedlily said...

I love this because the more I look at it the more I like it. Things like that are incredible!

Kerrie said...

I'm so glad you got to use your beautiful flowers Melody - gorgeous headband!

Jean Hutter said...

I love the flowers this is a very cool idea with the headband

Regal Beads said...

the creative process can take you in it's own direction! :) I think this is amazing btw :)

Smadar's Treasure said...

Melody, this is SO beautiful! I love the colors!

Smadar

triz said...

Gorgeous, funky, love it! :-)

Sweet Freedom said...

Really gorgeous work!