You can find me on page 87. There is so much awesomeness with this issue, you dont want to miss out. I am more impressed with each issue of all the beautiful creations.
Here is the yummy bundle of cultured sea glass beads I received.. I was to make NON jewelry pieces...
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Here is what I made...
FAN PULLS...LOVE THESE...but the charms need to be on both sides..other than that, they fit quite nicely on my kitchen and dining room fan pulls
These are lanyards... I call these BLT..LOL These are the first things that came across my mind when asked to make something different. I wear lanyards at work and the students I work with make these to raise moola for the class to buy food and other stuff!
Stitch markers...these are perfect for those who crochet or knit. I have been making stitch markers for some time now but never really made them like these.. They turned out really pretty. I just love this color combination.
These are the extra beads I received with my bundle of joy. The more I work with the sea glass beads, the more I really do like them. I have liked them all along, but wow..they are so cool!
This is one of my extra pieces of sea glass beads. The bracelet is quite yummy I might add. It fits so nicely. I will post more pics later today.
I am not really a ring person, but I do like to make them and how awesome is this???. This is my prototype, I think it needs a little more work but I do like it..and its actually fun to wear.. :-) The challenge is that is has two holes...so bending the wire is a tad of a challenge and the glass chipped just a tiny tiny bit..not enough to really make a difference in the ring, you cant really tell it got chipped, but I know its there... I think I will need to use a lighter gauge wire,