This bead starts clear and is colored by powdered enamel. Then super thin two toned stringers are laid on in tree branch patterns.
Sometimes I just need a littlesomething sparkly in my beads, so why not sparkly shells?
Living at the coast provides all kinds of sea related inspiration. These shells are made with twisties.
I started making beads because I was so attracted to the encased flower. My first classes, other than the very basics, were to learn this technique.
This one just makes me feel warm and fuzzy. I love these colors.
This implossion has a sparkly back and light shines right through it. This is the one I wear.
I learnd this style of Bead fron Kip Malley At Gloss Stock West 2001. Its my first try a borosilicate glass.
These beads were made with a base of copper green with raku frit, one of my favorite combinations. The earrings have sterling silver findings and swarovski chrystals
These earings are made with two different glasses that caused a certain reaction bumping up against each other. The metal findings are sterling silver and the chrystals are swarovski.
These pens are refillable and can be a great addition to any desk. They have a nice solid feel to them.
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