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Beautiful Bead!

I love love love beads, as you may have guessed! I mentioned before I have been playing with beads for forever; my mom loves to tease me about how I like "little" things!

I am so happy I found LeAnn of SummersStudioEtc on etsy. She makes beautiful things in porcelain. I was lucky enough to grab up this beautiful bead she made in a lentil shape. I can only imagine how long it takes to make the bead (2 sides), put the sides together, glaze it, glaze it again, fire it, etc. The colors on this bead are even better in person, and I can't wait to use it! Go ahead and visit LeAnn's store and you'll love her creations too!

Comments

Silver Parrot said…
Sue - aren't those gorgeous? I bought some, too, and will be posting them on my blog later this week.
SummersStudio said…
Sue, thanks so much for featuring my little bead. I'm so happy you like it and you've got some fabulous beads in stunning colours to go with it.
lunedreams said…
new lentils? in blue?? I've been waiting...
Anonymous said…
so pretty!

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