2016 Build A Line Master Class Challenge, Part 2

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Well the second Blog Hop for the 2016 Build A Line Master Class Challenge is here and I want to say that I’m a lot more conscientious of where I am, or need to be.  I have learned so much in just these few weeks and we still have a few weeks to go.  I have discovered that I am a hobbyist.  I also learned a lot more about pricing.  One of the participants, Christine Cravens, provided a pyramid explaining the different tiers of pricing and it is of great value to me.

I have been working and reworking the pieces I plan for the “Big Reveal”.  I’m pretty comfortable with what I have defined as my style and hope that my work is as pleasing to your eye as I am envisioning.

Here are a few pics of some of the components I will be using.

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The five (5) pieces I have and will be working on are pendants, a statement necklace, a bracelet or cuff, earrings and a ring.  A few months ago I posted some sweet and simple (bottom tier) pendants and my line will take off from those pendants.  Here they are.
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I have had so many ideas come to mind with these sweet little inverted hearts.  They work up quickly and inexpensively and they are bound to make a nice gift.  So I look forward to the next blog hop and the “Final Reveal”.

Thank you for visiting and please take a moment to visit the other Participants’ blogs below.  Until next time…the “Final Reveal”.  See ya then!!

2016 Blog Hop Participants

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://www.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

Belinda Reed-Ingle, Vogue Rocks

http://voguerocks.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

Barbara Kelley, Angels’ Keep

http://angelskeepbandbdotcom.wordpress.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/

64 thoughts on “2016 Build A Line Master Class Challenge, Part 2

  1. I love your sweet pendants, Irene, and am really looking forward to seeing your line in the next post. Thank you so much for sharing about your design influences and for the shout out on turning Brenda’s pricing pyramid into a visual 🙂

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  2. Shari Lynn Gardner says:

    Great post Irene. Its funny how just flipping something upside down can give you many more possibilities. Waiting in anticipation for your final reveal.

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  3. Beth Trubman says:

    I remember when you posted these inverted heart pendants Irene. They are sweet and lovely and would definitely make a wonderful gift. Well done. And I want to see what else will come of your line.

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  4. trendyjewelrydesignsbykristyle says:

    Renie I’ve always been a fan of you stunning hearts and you do them well and these inverted hearts are equally gorgeous can’t wait to see the whole line! Love you bunches always XOXO! PS thank you for getting me hooked on ice resin, I a m so greatful for that gift!

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  5. Janet Calardo says:

    Love the blog and all of the components you are using! Really love the sweet little hearts that you created. I love everything that you create especially the ones with you beautiful polymer clay flowers! Can’t wait to see your new line!

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  6. Elisabeth Wilks says:

    Nice blog post. I love your heart pendants, they are so pretty! Look forward to seeing the “Big Reveal” of your finished pieces.

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  7. Renie, this post is so you! True to your style and you love of anything hearts. I feel as if I drove up and sat at your kitchen table for a chat. If this line is a wonderful as all of the pieces i have seen of yours, then it should be “heart-tastic!”

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  8. I love to see your past and the latest creations. Both are beautiful but I can see how much technique you have gained in the path. Your line is very cute and I think they sell well too.

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