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More New Beads

I got some time on the torch yesterday, so I have some more beads listed today in the SueBeads etsy store! I had fun making the mosaic at Big Huge Labs.

Tonight is the last night of my class at the Pittsburgh Glass Center. I'm going to see if they have any classes in the daytime coming up - these nighttime classes are too hard on me, and the kids have too many things going on for it to be convenient!

I'm off to make my Blue Bracelet for the blog hop on Saturday - Lori Anderson is hosting a blog hop for the 7,000 Bracelets for Hope. The Global Genes Project is a group who will donate the bracelets to families who have rare diseases, just to let them know someone is thinking about them and understanding their plight.


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