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Sugar Beads

Yes, I was a sugar bead making fool yesterday! Since I had the frit out, I decided to use up some rods I had on my bench and made a bunch of sugar beads! While quite a few of them sold already, I listed some more this morning. Take a look in the SueBeads etsy store for more beads!


If I could afford it, I'd buy thousands of those gorgeous light blue ones... I can see them draped over chandeliers, or as garland on a tree.

Sweet day,
Katie said…
hee...heee...I am the sugar bead monster :o) they really are SO pretty...I love the green ones I ordered last night...they will be perfect for some kind of holiday gift :o)
Loving the sugar! Such frosty goodness and gorgeous colors.
Silver Parrot said…
Yummy-looking! And now I have a sugar craving...
Beautiful Sugar Beads Sue! I am in love with the icy blue ones. The way the light seems to radiate through the beads and sparkling outsides is divine!
Emi said…
Your beads give me a real sweet tooth sometimes! I have this crazy urge to go find some rock candy now hehe

nice work as always!

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