A – Purple and Coral; B – Ivory striped; C – Rainforest; D – SOLD; E – SOLD; F – Mango Dichro A – Aqua stripe; B – Blue with coral stripe; C – SOLD; D – Cobalt Shimmer; E – Glacier; F – SOLD; G – SOLD
Edited to add: The beads measure 12mm! Thanks for asking Barb!
Yesterday was a round bead day – I had a lot of fun making them. They are for sale for $10 each, with $2 shipping no matter how many you buy! I can send you a paypal invoice or you can paypal me the money. Please, save a girl some etsy fees. This market is killing me!
Here’s another interpretation of a set of egg spheres from House of Ceramics on etsy. I enjoyed making these too! The lighter blue was swallowed by the darker blue on the blue with coral dots. Oh well. Still enjoy them!
Erin from Tesori Trovati is the winner of the African trade beads from The Bead Chest! My son picked the name the old-fashioned way! Erin, email me your address and I’ll get your beads right out to you!
This is a birdhouse that my sweetie’s 91 year old father made for me! It’s so sweet, it says Home Tweet Home and has so many cute details! We mounted it to a post this weekend and put it out in hopes that some birdies will take residence!
A few days ago, Lorelei Eurto posted on her facebook wall a photo of a set of ceramic spheres by House of Ceramics on etsy. She felt that the photo would be great inspiration for bead makers. I did too – I love the colors and have recently been loving my round bead mold. I was going to make beads that night anyways, and this has me totally excited. The first photo is the one Lorelei posted – a set of four ceramic spheres in gorgeous cool colors. The second photo is my interpretation. It was fun. I think I’m going to try this each week!