Thursday, September 16, 2010


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We all have a happy ending somewhere....but can we find it, or, obtain it somehow?
When I saw this buddha charm on immediately made me smile a big smile, so that in itself was worth it. I wanted this bracelet to feel good, and look good. Heavier metal always feels good to me, beautiful natural stones are a no brainer, they all speak to me differently, they are wonderful little acts of God. When I put it on it felt a happy ending to a creation.
Buddha's smile didn't hurt!
As always, thanks for visiting. Wishing everyone a happy ending!


Judy said...

Another wonderful piece...and I too love the Budda. I have a big cement Budda in my garden, watching over us.

Lenna Young Andrews said...

i love seeing what you create, Sharon -it makes ME smile! Love this; love the silver and the stones and the smiling Buddha : ) love, lenna

Spirited Earth said...

love this bracelet
i did a double take upon seeing that red buddha head..i have the older twin right here on my desk.
got it back in the ???70's..your's has a smaller nose..haha..

stregata said...

Earthy goodness! Looks like a feel-good bracelet - may it be a happily-ever-after!

Esther said...

what a happy end Sharon!! love colors (amazonite yumm) romizs

Theresa said...

Love the Buddha and the simplicity of the chunky stones with silver! Great blog Sharon!

Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Sharon,
another beautiful piece - love it!
Have a wonderful weekend.

Terri Kahrs said...

What a beautiful addition to this gorgeous bracelet, Sharon! I love the fact that Buddha is smiling. Hope you have a nice weekend. Hugs, Terri xoxo

Marilyn Rock said...

The Buddha charm is a fabulous addition to this bracelet! Gorgeous piece! xxoo

Dorthe said...

It is wonderfull Sharon, I love the heawy feeling and the beautifull big stones,-Buddha belongs there for sure.

La Dolce Vita said...

what a great bracelet and your journal pages are wonderful! cheers!

sundownbeaddesigns said...

What a lovely bracelet! I love the colors...and the smiling face.

Pretty Things said...

I particularly love the Buddha charm!

When I was in Korea, I went to a very serene park that had a HUGE tall statue of Buddha right on the edge of a cliff overlooking the ocean. I need to find that photo and scan it, come to think of it.

Cindy said...

Gorgeous, Sharon! I agree, the thicker wire is wonderful, especially with a great mix of beads like these!

Laura Haviland said...

Sharon the talented one,totally you.
What a truly fabulous bracelet and just love the Buddha creative energy.
It is so awesome my friend.
Everything about this art piece is wonderful.
Love it so much, your so clever... I admire what you create so much. Wow ...
Have a great day.
Love,Laura. xoxx

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

really precious
a happy ending is such a sweet thing to hold on to!


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