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January Bead Trends


I totally forgot I had two items in the January 2011 Bead Trends Magazine. So imagine my surprise when I opened my front door to go get my mail, and my little box was waiting there with my items and two copies of the magazine. It's a great issue! Lorelei Eurto is the featured designer, and I am in such amazing company with all the other contributors! Happy Dance!

Comments

kdevale said…
Congratulations! Especially love the earrings.
May I have this dance?
Sue,
I am very proud of you and your accomplishments!
Love,
Jason
Nice one Sue! I was admiring your pieces yesterday when I downloaded my copy of the mag. Congratulations! Vicki :)
Unknown said…
Congrats Sue! Your pieces are lovely! I recently finished a bracelet with some bead I got from you...I'm hoping to edit the pics tonight:)
rosebud101 said…
Congratulations, Sue!!! that is wonderful!!!!
Jen Judd said…
Dancing with you! I got the issue today and saw your piece right away. Love it!

I just signed up for Barbara's workshop in April at Beadfest Wire in Philly. I don't have skills with fire like you...hope I don't injure anyone! haaaaaaaaa

Take care! Jen
stregata said…
Congratulations, Sue!

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