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I'm on the Art Bead Scene!



Woo Hoo! I made this necklace a while ago for the "shows that didn't happen" this year. I decided to keep this one for myself because I love LeAnn's components so much! Just decided to submit to Art Bead Scene because one of my goals is to get better at things, and submitting is one of them! Yay! Thanks Heather!

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Karen Larko said…
Wow! Your necklace is beautiful!!!
Mary Harding said…
Lovely. Great colors, variety of texture and so well made. Congrats. You surely deserve being here.
SummersStudio said…
Wow, you used all of those pieces together. I never think of that and it is so beautiful to see them in your wonderful design. Really, this piece has such a lovely balance and harmony and I do love seeing your beads with those components.
Alice said…
Yep, I saw it. It's just gorgeous! I love the colors and textures.

I was hoping to participate in all the ABS challenges, but already January is half over and I don't even have a design idea.
Alicia Coats said…
Sue! That necklace is GORGEOUS!!! I love it! Congratulations!
Congrats! That is a gorgeous necklace!
Firefly Visions said…
Woo Hoo!! That necklace deserves to be recognized.
Beautiful design with really awesome components. Congrats on being the featured artist!
I think your New Year's resolution is a great one if it means you will get more visibility for creations like this. The combination of colors and textures is very soothing. Thanks for inspiring the rest of us!
Susan Raber said…
Literally said out loud, "Oh my!" when I scrolled down through the post and saw this. GORGEOUS use of color to pull this design together. You've used and accented the components beautifully! Congratulations & thanks for sharing! -Susan @ My Happy Things
Really pretty Sue! Love the color and textures and those stacked dumbell(?) beads are so cool!

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