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More Inspiration!

My friend Jenn Judd Velasquez, of Jen Judd Rocks!, took a little trip earlier in the week to Colonial Williamsburg with her honey. She took some photos of floxglove while she was there and posted some really cool effects that she did on picnik.


Laura Twiford said…
I commented on Jen's post that you would do this picture justice! Perfect!
Shirley said…
So, did you make the beads from the flower, or already had them made when you saw the flower? That is amazing how they mimic each other!
SummersStudio said…
That's a great interpretation of the floxglove spots.
SueBeads said…
Thank you ladies! I did make the beads after I saw Jen's photo. It is bubblegum pink with raku frit. The raku looks great on the pink!

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