B’Sue Boutiques 2016 Build a Line Challenge- the final blog hop and Big Reveal!

Welcome back everyone to the final blog hop for this years BALC with B’sue Boutiques!

It’s Erin from Shattered Time Jewelry here to reveal my new line based on Around the World in 80 Days. It is my interpretation of a voyage around the world with lots of transportation and an industrial steampunk vibe. I’ve been trying to keep it under wraps for the last few weeks and I can’t wait to take you all on this adventure!

Let’s start with a hot air balloon adventure. There are 2 different styles and choices of finishes.


Here are the matching earrings…


Then we can move on to the filigree balloons. They have a fire patina and add a hint of color! Each one is slightly different.


  
Here’s the earrings to match….


What around the world adventure would be complete without an airship!?!


  
The next part of the journey is on land….. Trains and automobiles! All rusty of course!


  
And what line would be complete without that over the top piece or two to tie it all together!?!


Here’s the big one….


This one is a little smaller….


And a little bracelet…..


I wanted to give lots of mix and match options…. Kinda like a make-your-own adventure!


  

The whole line all together!


Thanks for hopping in to see my line! Hope you enjoyed my “around the world in 80 days adventure” and I hope to see you all soon.

I just want to thank Brenda from B’sue Boutiques and all of her staff too for so much help along the way with everything I needed for my journey!

Hope to see everyone again soon for the next Shattered Time Jewelry adventure….. Under the sea perhaps….

Please leave a comment and tell me what you think–I would LOVE to hear from you!
Enjoy the rest of these amazing designers and keep hopping!

Here’s the list:

 

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/

 

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25 thoughts on “B’Sue Boutiques 2016 Build a Line Challenge- the final blog hop and Big Reveal!

  1. tanglestwistsntreasures

    What beautiful work! I love the torch patina – who knew you could get such gorgeous colors that way? I love how tight your line is, too. It’s surprisingly focused and clean, considering you covered almost every mode of travel. (Space travel anyone? lol) I can’t wait to see what you do in the future! Best wishes!

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  2. Elisabeth Wilks

    What a great line! The airship is my favorite but I really like your hot air balloon earrings. You have been so creative and really thought outside of the box.

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  3. trendyjewelrydesignsbykristyle

    Erin your line is the bomb, what a cool way to tell the story of how industry moved along in time your pieces are spectacular and drop dead gorgeous. Loveeeeeeee!

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  4. haileyscottage

    Great theme – you have covered all of the bases in the creation of a “line” – in my opinion. Cohesive colors and shapes, following the “pyramid”, great photos and cool branding. The colors you achieved on the metal are amazing – I bought one of Brenda’s torches and I have to break it out! Thanks for sharing and being part of our class!

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  5. Belinda

    Wow! I love your imagination! What wonderful pieces, so creative. Your line is awesome! Great job, can’t wait to see what you do in the future.

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  6. Beth Trubman

    Erin, I am sooooooooooo amazed at your line of jewelry! Each piece is so imaginative and creative. You have hit this one out of the ball park. You also have styled your pictures expertly, showing pieces that mix and match. Just terrific.

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  7. bsueboutiques

    Your line is brilliant and I have no doubt whatever that you have a success in every way, here. The little bead dirigibles and hot air balloons are nifty….I have seen people use them this way before but NEVER with this much finesse and cleverness. GREAT JOB!!!

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  8. fernsplace

    Oh, I love, love,love, this. I’m drawn to steampunk but what I’ve seen doesn’t hold a candle to yours. Its so clever. I Especially like the blimps. They are INCREDIBLE!

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