Paula Gaskill, Lovely Laylabug | Jewels

Build A Line Challenge part 3,, The reveal

by Paula Gaskill

31Mar

The day has finally arrived, and to think it all started with this brooch.

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  This one flower has created a world of possibilities for me. As I reveal my new line to you, you will also see. I am currently working on new ways to use the rose with Brenda's mixed metals, and brass stampings http://www.bsueboutiques.com/  I truly don't think I would have explored this without her. She has been honest with her opinion about things, and most of all a big supporter, I can't think her enough for pushing me to take this class! This class has been very intense to say the least, but well worth all of it. It has taught me so much. One of the main things that it taught me was by creating a line not only does it need to make sense, but for sure it keeps you on track. Mainly because of the similarities in your line.  I can't promise you a rose garden though. I'm known for the roses that I make, and you will continue to see them.  You may not see them in everything I make, but for now they are part of my line. I've been testing  new ways to use the rose, and I have gotten some great results. That in itself will be a great line, probably a subline as well.    

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Romancing the Rose Line.

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I chose the brooch, because I wanted to start with something simple.

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 I had already done one.  Broken_rose.jpg Like I said earlier, alot of obstacles. Remember the dogs I introduced you all to on the last blog, well they did it again. They ate this rose. My fault; shouldn't have laid it down. Something about these roses. They even jump up to the counter to get them, last week they ate about 10 of them.   This was also a brooch that I was adding a chain to, so it could  be worn as a necklace .

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This was a simple brooch that I had an Aha moment with. This will probably be a new line for me sometime in the near future.  What a beautiful stamping that could be made into a nice simple necklace. 

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The Victorian Stampings that I used for my line are to die for I just can't say enough about them. They speak for themself!!! 

Bird_brooch.jpgJust had to have one with a bird in it.

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PicMonkey_Collage18.jpgam_rose_bouquet_2.jpgDid you know you can wear a brooch as a hair clip? Well, you can. Why not acessorize your hair.

   mint_rose_bouquet_necklace.jpghand_bouquet_p3.jpg  Here's the bouquets. By no means were these  easy to do. The roses in the necklace are built around a filigree bead. When doing this cluster pendant, I  had another Aha moment that you'll see coming soon in a subline.

   Thank you for stopping by and looking at my new line. All items will be right here on my website for you to  purchase if you're interested, simply go to the shopping cart. Please follow to all the other participants reveal.  

Brenda Sue Lansdowne Jewelry Making Outside the Box

http://www.bsueboutiques.typepad.com



Diana Buynak Butterfly Emporium Ceramic Studio

http://butterflyemporium.indiemade.com/blog

 

Irene Hoffman, Heart's Dezire by Irene

http://heartsdezirebyirene.wordpress.com

 

Clare Wells Nemeth, Creative Magick

http://www.craftingmagick.blogspot.com

 

Mary Reckmeyer, Afrayed Not

http://www.afrayedknot.net

 

Marcia Tuzzolino, Aurora Designs

http://auroradesignsjewelryblog.me

 

Elizabeth Wilks, Wearable Art by Lizzie

http://wearableartbylizzie.blogspot.com

 

Jeanette Rose Belmont, One Canvas At A Time

http://www.onecanvasatatime.com

 

Lyn Joy Reeve, A Journey From Jewels To Jubilation

http://lnreeve00.blogspot.com

 

Beth Trubman, The Journey of Jewelry

http://thejourneyofjewelry.blogspot.com

 

Carole Carlson, Bead Sophisticate

http://beadsophisticate.wordpress.com

 

Jann Tague, Clever Designs by Jann

http://janntague.wordpress.com

 

Shari Gardner, SLG Jewelry Designs

http://slgdesigns.wordpress.com

 

Susan Bolton, Fern's Place

http://www.fernsplace.org

 

Chris Kemp, Noodle Pie Bracelets

http://noodlepiebracelets.com

 

Susan Bowerman, Woodside Wireworks

http://woodsidewireworks.com/

 

Pamela Anger, Novegatti Designs

http://novegattidesigns.blogspot.com

 

Joan Donovan, Hailey's Cottage

http://haileyscottage.com/

 

Alison Huie, Ally's Baubles

http://www.allysbaubles.blogspot.com

 

Sharon Palac, Sharon's Jewelry Garden

http://www.sharonsjewelrygarden.blogspot.com

 

Erica Olmos, Beeb's Closet

https://beebscloset.wordpress.com

 

Erin Whitacre, Shattered Time Jewelry

https://shatteredtimejewelry.wordpress.com

 

Fran Sitton, Sitton Up Front

https://sittonupfront.wordpress.com

 

Ginger Hammond, Lynn Leigh Designs

https://lynnleighdesigns.wordpress.com

 

Paula Gaskill, Lovely LaylaBug Jewels

http://www.lovelylaylabugjewels.com/Blog.php

 

Mary Deis, The Rose Sword

http://theroseswordmdeis.blogspot.com

 

Renee Webb Allen, Small Stuff Design

http://smallstuffdesign.com

 

Valerie Tilghman, ArtJewelsandGifts

http://www.artjewelzdimensions.blogspot.com

 

Chris Cravens, Vintage Cravens

http://christinecravens.blogspot.com

 

Leslie Carver, Adorn Divine Designs

http://www.adorndivinedesigns.blogspot.com

 

Donna Parry, JewelryDonna

http://jewelrydonna.typepad.com

 

Gina-Marie Hammer, Tangles, Twists and Treasures

http://tanglestwistsandtreasures.com/blog/

 

Kelly Wymer, Winged Wisdom Enchantments

https://wingedwisdomenchantments.wordpress.com/

   

     

comments (48) (add comment)

  1. Ingrid Anderson
    posted April 1st 2016 at 01:44 pm

    So beautiful! love the idea of wearing them in your hair! Your roses are fantastic!
  2. Susan Bowerman
    posted April 1st 2016 at 02:07 pm

    Oh Miss Paula, to be able to make roses like yours, and to use them so beautifully. Well done! See you in the creative group!
  3. Mary Reckmeyer
    posted April 1st 2016 at 03:40 pm

    Gorgeous! Your roses are exquisite. Love your new line. Very nice blog.
  4. Karen Mansell
    posted April 1st 2016 at 03:52 pm

    Beautiful pieces and especially love your roses!
  5. Alison Huie
    posted April 1st 2016 at 08:11 pm

    Well, you already know that I am a huge fan of your roses. (can't wait to get mine). Your line is really beautiful
  6. Christine Cravens
    posted April 1st 2016 at 08:35 pm

    I love your beautiful line, Paula! All of the pieces are simply lovely, but I especially like the chatelaine brooches. Very nicely done!!!
  7. Karen Eaton
    posted April 1st 2016 at 09:17 pm

    Paula, I LOVE ALLLLL of your pieces!! Great use of your most beautiful roses! Looking forward to seeing more!
  8. Ginger Hammond
    posted April 1st 2016 at 10:57 pm

    Paula, I love your line. You found some beautiful ways to showcase your roses. The colors are wonderful.
  9. Janet Calardo
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 09:38 am

    Love your designs and roses. You have created some beautiful jewelry!
  10. Irene Hoffman
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 02:30 pm

    Beautiful pieces made with your beautiful roses Paula. Love your line and the colors are great.
  11. Marcia Tuzzolino
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 03:17 pm

    Paula, I love the pretty, romantic look of your line. I am unable to see the majority of the photos, but the ones I am able to see are amazing creations! I would love to be able to see the rest of your pieces. I'M looking forward to seeing your future sublines!!
  12. Valerie Tilghman
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 04:24 pm

    I have always loved roses! I have never thought about wearing a brooch as a hair decoration....I will now for sure :)
  13. Pamela amp Toby Novegatti Designs
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 08:21 pm

    Paula, I can't see all of your photos, but from what I can see, you did a wonderful job with your rose line! It's so fun to create with polymer clay roses, and your line uses them in such a beautiful way.
  14. Beth Trubman
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 09:16 pm

    Paula, your roses are just perfect, and your line simply fantastic! I was so disappointed when I couldn't see them earlier today. Keep up the good work and I wish you lots of sales!
  15. Beth Sullivan
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 09:49 pm

    Paula, The line is gorgeous. Congratulations
  16. Vonda
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 09:58 pm

    Your line is exquisite with your beautiful roses.
  17. Jean Clark
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 10:27 pm

    Very intrigued by your beautiful work.
  18. Janet Calardo
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 10:34 pm

    I am so glad to be able to view all of your pictures. Your line is beautiful! You know I am a huge fan of polymer in the mix and I love how you used your beautiful roses. Looking forward to seeing more!
  19. Marcia Tuzzolino
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 10:35 pm

    Paula, thanks for fixing the photos...your pieces are absolutely fabulous! So happy I was able to see them all!
  20. Frohna Armstrong
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 10:37 pm

    Absolutely beautiful! Love your roses & the exquisite, creative designs.
  21. Frohna Armstrong
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 10:37 pm

    Absolutely beautiful! Love your roses & the exquisite, creative designs.
  22. Qsettings
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 10:44 pm

    Great line! Beautiful roses!
  23. Mary Lou Guidry
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 10:58 pm

    I Enjoyed reading Your Blog ! I Love Your Romancing the Rose Line, ALL of Your Creations are So Very Beautiful ! Congratulations on All of Your Accomplishments ! WOW ! You certainly are having problems with the dogs...they can sometimes be Mischeiveous sometimes...πŸ˜±πŸ˜ƒ
  24. Mary Davis
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 11:12 pm

    These are so sweet. A very romantic line indeed.
  25. Kristy le trendy jewelry design s
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 11:17 pm

    Oh Paula what and absolutely stunning line your roses are breathtakingly beautiful and your line is soooooo romantic. I adoreeeeeee your line well done my beautiful friend. Love you bunches always! XOXO!
  26. Jann Tague
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 11:18 pm

    Paula .. Fantastic line .. Love your work
  27. Beetique
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 11:20 pm

    Paula, your line looks great. I love your roses and want to be able to sit down one day and try and make one. I really like the rose with the hand.
  28. Rosa Lee Jensen
    posted April 2nd 2016 at 11:52 pm

    Paula every piece is absolutely gorgeous. Awesome designs and work!
  29. Chris Kemp
    posted April 3rd 2016 at 01:30 am

    You've done a lovely line Paula! There are so many neat things you can do with them, including make a line of doggie rose biscuits! I've enjoyed going to class with you. Congrats on a sucsessful line.
  30. wings and beads
    posted April 3rd 2016 at 03:26 pm

    beautiful, congratulations on creating your line, huggs
  31. Fran Sitton
    posted April 3rd 2016 at 10:07 pm

    Great photos Paula. Glad you were able to get them to display. They are beautiful. I would not have wanted to miss the exquisite color.
  32. Brenda Sue
    posted April 3rd 2016 at 10:38 pm

    MISS PAULA! This is line is gorgeous. I am a sucker for roses anyway. You have done a great job, and you just keep it up, doll, because this is going to work out for you. It's going to work as long as you can keep them rose-eating dogs out of your work area! DANG, girl. That is NO GOOD. Bad puppies! But wanted to say, WELL DONE, I love ya, you done good. XOXO
  33. Elisabeth Wilks
    posted April 4th 2016 at 12:18 pm

    Morning Paula, Your roses are beautiful! I can't say enough about them, I love to look at them and imagine how you created them. I have worked with polymer clay before but have never tried making a rose. Your line is beautiful and creative, I really like how you made some of your brooches into convertible hair barrettes. My favorite is your rose bouquet necklace. That is gorgeous!
  34. Carol Tefft
    posted April 4th 2016 at 02:00 pm

    Your items are exquisite πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œ
  35. Susan Bolton
    posted April 5th 2016 at 12:28 am

    Paula, Your roses are gorgeous and to think they are made out of clay just blows my mind. Your designs are nothing to sneeze at either. My favorite is the single rose pendant.
  36. Erin Whitacre
    posted April 7th 2016 at 10:26 am

    I love all of your beautiful roses. The blue cluster necklace is my favorite!
  37. Clare
    posted April 7th 2016 at 10:47 pm

    Love your roses! So beautiful!
  38. Cher Schreiner
    posted April 8th 2016 at 03:54 pm

    Okay Paula, as your cousin I want a beautiful Rose
  39. Jean Clark
    posted April 8th 2016 at 05:42 pm

    Awesome pieces of art
  40. Teresa Pandora Salgado
    posted April 8th 2016 at 05:55 pm

    This is truly brilliant work.
  41. Carole Carlson
    posted April 8th 2016 at 06:07 pm

    I love your roses, and using the brooch in your hair is brilliant.
  42. Qsettings
    posted April 8th 2016 at 07:10 pm

    Love your blog. Sure thought I comment on the 2nd,but I don't see it. Love the barrette.
  43. Joan Donovan
    posted April 8th 2016 at 08:15 pm

    Beautiful work! I haven't really gotten into polymer clay yet, (other than to squish it around to relieve tension, which is awesome!) so I am very impressed! I like the simplicity of some of the pieces, where the rose is the star of the show. One of my favorites is the hair clip with the rose and dangling pearls, it's really sweet!
  44. Debbie Loveless
    posted April 8th 2016 at 09:49 pm

    Paula I admire your roses ... I can only hope to one day make something that resembles a rose again.
  45. Patty Kruger
    posted April 8th 2016 at 10:21 pm

    Your line is incredibly beautiful and creative! Absolutely LOVE your roses❣
  46. Ronda
    posted April 8th 2016 at 10:26 pm

    Love your pieces. They are so interesting.
  47. Anita Briggs
    posted April 9th 2016 at 06:41 am

    I hope to be able to make jewelry as beautiful as you some day
  48. WilliamPt
    posted May 18th 2016 at 04:55 am

    I really liked your article.Really thank you! Awesome. Caputi

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