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GIANT bead update today at SueBeads etsy store!

Comments

Amy F said…
love those colors! the first pic is especially pretty!
Silver Parrot said…
Great new beads, Sue! I especially love the next to last pic - all the blue/green/purple colors. My absolute faves!
Unknown said…
Already visited your shop! Thank you!
Jen Judd said…
Hi Sue! Great new beads...I love the work of the colors in that top set. I hope you're getting back to happy and thoroughly enjoy the gorgeous fall in PA!
SummersStudio said…
Sue, I love those cylinder beads and all of the transparent glass.
Cindy said…
Sue, those tube beads are really fantastic! And I love that blue set of rounds!
Cindy
Marie Cramp said…
Love the new beads!! Yummy!!
Jenn said…
These prompted an instant, "ooooh. I like those!" comment in my head. Love the organic barrels! Especially in transparent.

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