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More Customer Work

Ok, I've been telling people I was going to do this for a while, but life just seems to get in the way! We had such a busy weekend - my daughter had her high school production of Midsummer Night's Dream, and she was in the tech crew both nights and clean up on Sunday. She won a photography award and that ceremony was on Sunday as well as the Super Bowl. But here goes - some really great customer work!First up here is Cindi Horste - she has her own web site and does some impressive jewelry designs. Those are my mango sparkle beads shown up there in the photo. She just purchased some intense blue sparkle beads from me, to make necklaces as bridesmaid's gifts! Sweet!
This one is from Pam at Cool Jewelry Design on etsy. She used the copper sparkle earring beads that I make. I like the color combo. She makes some really nice jewelry as well. Check out her shop!

Finally, these two sets of earrings were made from some sparkle beads I made Sylvia from Studio Sylvia on blogspot. She is from Australia and does some amazing work!

I'm glad I finally got around to recognizing these amazing ladies! Please check out their sites if you get a chance! Also, if you make something from any of my beads you have purchased please let me know - I'll be happy happy happy to feature them here on my blog!


Thanks Sue, for the mention. You do make beautiful beads.
No one does blue quite like you, Miss Sue. I'd love to have a big jar of your blue headpins, just to swoon over. Love the idea of making a little bouquet of them.

Peaceful day to you, friend.

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