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Beaded Beads Poll


I just thought I'd do a quick post and let you know about the beaded beads poll! Out of 31 votes, 3 people said they wanted singles; 7 people preferred doubles; 16 said an assortment of colors in the same family was what they would be after; and, 5 just don't care for beaded beads! Thanks for all your help! There are several pairs listed in my etsy store right now. I did make a bracelet myself with coordinating lampwork beads and beaded beads, and I really like it. I am hoping a magazine likes it too; when I hear back, I'll post a photo of it! I'll leave you with a photo of a nice pair of beaded beads I like, in a pretty violet color!

Comments

Cindy said…
Those beaded beads are so cool...they must take forever to make! What a great design element.
Cindy
www.sweetbeadstudio.com
Your beads remind me of Valerie Hector's beads made out of seed beads. http://www.valeriehector.com/portfolio.html
Have a great weekend!
Valerie Heck

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