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Worry Beads

My sister has this thing for worry stones - I thought I'd try to make a few and then pick one for her. They fit comfortably in the hand and the thumb seems to glida across the depression almost of it's own free will. Anything can be a worry stone - a rock, a shell, a nut, a bead...
Added by Ironmoutain01 on 4/30/2007 6:27:07 PM
Worry Beads

Artisan

This is simply a little of everything (except palladium) - I couldn't make up my mind, so I used a little of all!!!
Added by Ironmoutain01 on 4/30/2007 5:40:33 PM
Artisan

Rainbow Odalisque

Raking and feathering glass, hypnotic. Enjoy!
Added by Sheila Morley on 4/30/2007 5:24:12 PM
Rainbow Odalisque

lotus blossom

Well, it must be spring...I've been on a floral kick recently.
Added by Chris Dembinski on 4/30/2007 3:34:09 PM
lotus blossom

Mica Shift technique from a French blog

I saw this technique on several French polymer clay blogs and finally found a tutorial for it. And promptly thought "Why didn't I think of that?" upon seeing how it was done. It produces some very interesting cool effects. Updated 7-23-07
Added by Dystini on 4/30/2007 2:00:28 PM
Mica Shift technique from a French blog

Flower Necklace

This is a macrame style necklace featuring pink and black beads
Added by Mary Mau on 4/30/2007 1:37:51 PM
Flower Necklace

Olive Garden

I had a taste for a Martini today! I don't feel so good, ate to many olive's.
Added by Vonna on 4/29/2007 7:10:29 PM
Olive Garden

Fossils

Again, playing with that freaking palladium leaf. I wanted something to go with the focal that I'd made earlier, and still hadn't learned that Ivory wasn't the best first base glass to play with - but it was awful fun!!!! Uh... never sneeze when working with the stuff. It's NOT pretty!!!
Added by Ironmoutain01 on 4/29/2007 5:47:45 PM
Fossils

Corset Kates

I was making a goddess bead the other day and suddenly she became so modest! Well, a little modest. I had such a good time letting my inner fashionista come out to play!
Added by Anna Duhame on 4/29/2007 12:24:44 PM
Corset Kates
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Columbine Flower

Added by Ayako Hattori on 4/29/2007 3:05:05 AM
Columbine Flower

Fossil

This is the first time that I've played with Palladium leaf - OMG that stuff clings to EVERYTHING!!!! Not to mention that you just LOOK at it and it blows away.... Maybe Ivory wasn't the colour to use as a first base, but I was having fun anyway (holding my breath, muttering curses, using pins like chopsticks.....)
Added by Ironmoutain01 on 4/28/2007 7:17:32 PM
Fossil

BIG holes fun stuff!

More copper cored big holed beads... I love this tech and I've seen it around a lot lately. I'm glad it caught on. ;)
Added by Mr. Smiley on 4/28/2007 4:03:39 PM
BIG holes fun stuff!

New beads... BORO

This is a new technique I've been developing. It's nothing I've seen before. In hand, there's an optical quality to them that's just beautiful... they seem to glow.
Added by Mr. Smiley on 4/28/2007 3:58:56 PM
New beads... BORO

2007 Designs - Sets III

NEW PHOTOS ADDED 07/06/07! More new designs and full sets, starting at the end of April 2007!
Added by Naos Glass on 4/28/2007 10:42:33 AM
2007 Designs - Sets III

Nott, Goddess of Night

Daughter of a giant named Narfi, she was beautiful, this Viking personification of the night. She married three times, and each union produced another part of our world. Space came from the marriage of Nott to Darkling. Earth was born of the marriage of Nott to Another. Day was created by the union of Nott and Dawn. You know, after I read this story in a couple of different places, I realized she might not have been considered a goddess but a giant. Who knows? Since her mother is not mentioned, and since she comes from the time in Viking mythology when there were only gods and giants, then I shall call her a goddess. Imagine, creating Space and Earth and Day! Wouldn't you be tilting your head back to look upward and survey your handiwork in the heavens, too?
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 4/28/2007 7:30:40 AM
Nott, Goddess of Night

Spring!

Spring is my favorite season! Iím not even sure what kind of trees they are, but they have gorgeous pink blooms on them. When the blooms are almost spent and the wind blows, it looks like itís snowing flower petals. Mother Nature really does put on quite a show.
Added by Chris Dembinski on 4/28/2007 5:15:52 AM
Spring!

Sea Glass

I love being around water..sea/lakes,etc. Glass is the perfect media for capturing that transparency and colors. I love making aquarium & fish beads. Enjoy!
Added by Becky Congdon on 4/28/2007 4:57:46 AM
Sea Glass

PRECIOUS GARDEN

... with lots of handpulled murrinis!
Added by Beadnik on 4/28/2007 12:45:45 AM
PRECIOUS GARDEN

Faux Cloisonne Orchid

I have done many sculpted orchids, but this is only the second one in my faux cloisonne technique. I like the way it turned out, so there will definitely be more!
Added by Eugena on 4/27/2007 8:57:29 PM
Faux Cloisonne Orchid
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Twisted Whiskers!

My cats have been evolving! I have wanted to put whiskers on my cats since I started making them, but couldn't get consitent results. The other day when rummaging through my "stuff" I found a spool of niochrome high temperature wire...BINGO! It is applied into the cheeks while hot. Any loose pieces are secured with two part expoxy resin. These guys have a lot of character. I can't wait to make more!!!
Added by Anna Duhame on 4/27/2007 1:39:31 PM
Twisted Whiskers!
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