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Art Bead Scene Ornament Hop!

Better late than never! I participate every year and didn't want to miss it this year - the Art Bead Scene Ornament Hop! 

I'm also doing ornaments for the Art Elements hop, but I'll show you what I've made while exploring the fusing capacity of my kiln!  I love them!


The trees are typical Christmas holiday colors! The stars are sparkly dichroic and clear!  You can find them in my SueBeads etsy store if you need some!!!  Thanks for stopping by!


Comments

baymoondesign said…
I wish I could make those beauties! You have a wonderful talent.
CraftyHope said…
Fused glass beads! Genius, and really quite beautiful too!
Linda said…
So pretty! I'll bet that star, with the dichroic glass in it is especially spectacular!
Heather Powers said…
I’m so glad you joined us again this year Sue! I bet these look gorgeous with the lights of the tree sparkling through them.
Lisa Caryl said…
They are so pretty! You have a wonderful way with fused glass!
bairozan said…
Wow, beautiful and sparkly, I can imagine them shine on a Christmas tree!
Divya N said…
The Christmas tree looks so cool. It must really sparkle in the sun right?
So sweet- looks like your experimenting is going well!
Sarajo Wentling said…
These are really cool! The star makes me happy!
Sarah said…
Wow - those are stunning! You created some beautiful works of art!

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