In this necklace, Germany’s Ingrid Ulrich makes a great mashup of Christine Dumont’s butterfly beads and Carol Blackburn’s mobius beads, rolling them into her own distinct design.

The result is something quite new with Ingrid’s own colors and clear echoes of her teachers. Each of the classes Ingrid has taken pushed her in a new direction. It’s great to see student work develop its own momentum. Thumb through her Flickr pictures to see.

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  • reply MargitB ,

    Congrats, Ingrid, gratuliere Dir….

    • reply Norma ,

      Her work is so beautiful. Although you can see her influences she still has a great way to combine shapes of beads that are majestic. Took a look and love it.

      • reply Christine Dumont ,

        Ingrid, congratulations. I toll a leisurely stroll through your flickr gallery. What a treat. Thank you!

        • reply Lily's Treasures ,

          That’s a really great work ! original one.

          • reply abracadabra ,

            Really nice ! really… 🙂

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