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New Beads Listed



I just listed some new beads in the etsy store, most notably the two you see above! The Trio is made from ivory and silver plum, and etched. The tab focal is made from light turquoise and raku! Remember, turquoise is the color of the year!!!

Tonight, my daughter has her Upper School Orchestra Concert. In addition to the alto saxophone, the band director bought a baritone saxophone for her to play - it must weigh as much as she does! I hope to get a good photo of her playing it tonight - they tend to put those large instruments in the back, so hopefully I can get one! I'll post it tomorrow!

Also, Nancy from Round Rabbit Extra sent me my bead soup package and I received it today. I will take a photo and post that tomorrow too! She does such nice work!

Comments

jessememan said…
Beautiful beads, Sue...I love the turquoise focal.

Good luck to your daughter on her concert! My hubby is a sax player and teacher and has rocked the bari sax on occasion! It is a behemoth :)

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