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Floral Beads




I don't usually do florals but, as I was sitting at my torch on Friday, feeling depressed because I wasn't "feeling" it, I decided to just do some round beads. I made a bunch of round beads in pretty colors wrapped in silver foil, and then the idea just kind of hit me. I had some vine cane looking at me, and some other colors sitting together that wanted to be floral cane. I love making round beads and thus, my florals were born. No, they aren't extra special hard to make, or any better than anyone else's, but since I never do florals, I was kind of happy! I think they are pretty for spring! You can find them in the SueBeads etsy store!

Comments

Sue,
The beads are very pretty. I like the last pair the most.
Therese
SummersStudio said…
these are very pretty with that stripe of green around the middle
TesoriTrovati said…
Sweet taste of spring! I love them, Miss Sue!

By the way... did you see that you were the winning commenter on the LMAJ for my little I <3 U charms? Email me your shipping address and I will send them right out!

Enjoy the day!
Erin
Barb Fernald said…
Those are really nice. I especially like the blue ones and the clear ones!
Absolutely amazing Susan!

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