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Waiting...

I am waiting waiting waiting for things to arrive in the mail. I have lots of ideas and things to make for the Holiday Shoppe, but since we have a marked lack of supply stores here in the Pittsburgh area (fusing things, wire things, aanraku bail things, etc.) I have to mail order, and I am waiting for so many things to arrive. It puts a hold to all I can do. I have lots to do in the house this weekend, to get ready for Thanksgiving (yep, having it here!) so I assume all the things I have ordered will arrive on Saturday...

Meantime, here's a picture of some random beads - just for eye candy until I can get photos of my new things, if anything ever arrives in the mail! These were minis that I made, and sold on ebay, after I read a post by Kerry Bogert at Kab's Creative Concepts blog. She made a necklace out of multi-colored mini beads. I made mine with just two colors each. Some I really liked a lot! I think they would make a really cool colorful bracelet.

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