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Bling Baby Bling

Before I headed to Tucson a few weeks ago I did some compatibility tests for The Vinery here in Madison using dichroic glass. I couldn't wait to get home and play with some of my very own. Here's what I did so far, I see a need to do some raised stringer work or something contrasting on these, but I was fearful of over doing them - as that can happen in a blink of an eye with dichroic glass! More to come in the near future!!! But damn this stuff is pricey...
Added by Full Circle on 9/28/2006 7:15:21 AM
Bling Baby Bling

bracelets

making opulent jewelry is almost as enjoyable as torching flameworked beads. i always add a dangle to my clasps, it's like serving dessert after dinner. i keep a bead blog - to see pictures, sketches and ideas please take a look my mess: http://lucindastorms.blogspot.com/
Added by Belvedere Beads on 9/27/2006 6:25:28 PM
bracelets

Encased beads

Added by Lesley McFarland on 9/27/2006 3:13:21 PM
Encased beads

Mini Bead sets

Added by Lesley McFarland on 9/27/2006 2:58:58 PM
Mini Bead sets

Curved Beads

These are my curved beads, they are quite difficult and time consuming to make but I think they make lovely beads for a necklace and open a whole realm of possibilities, I am still exploring so more will appear of different design as I go along. I hope you enjoy looking at them.
Added by Lesley McFarland on 9/27/2006 2:50:29 PM
Curved Beads

New Rubino Boro

I was playing around with mixing up some color for jellyfish tentacles and came up with a nice pink fillgrana, and thought it might work out for a bead. Borosilicate
Added by ZenArt Glass on 9/27/2006 6:41:45 AM
New Rubino Boro

2006 - Designer Day II

Here are the results of my second Designer Day auction! Great fun! :D
Added by Naos Glass on 9/26/2006 6:33:54 PM
2006 - Designer Day II

More Scary Fun!

I made some polymer clay skull beads for a swap I did and had to keep making more! Here are a few pix of what I made. They are about 25mm long.
Added by Boodler Beads on 9/26/2006 11:40:38 AM
More Scary Fun!

Leavin' a Little to the Imagination

*10/2/06* Added a couple of ladies ***Every time I try to make goddesses, I get asked if I'm making those "nekkid women" again! So, I decided to put clothes on them. Now I think they oughtta be censored! These transparent, floaty dresses are sooooo feminine, soooo Hollywood glam alluring. Did I name them yet? Well, you know I love to make up names to go with my beadalinas, but every name I think of makes me wonder if the copyright police are going to get me. For example, I don't think Disney would approve of "Tinkerbell's Honeymoon" as a name for the little goddess in the flirty short gown! Hmmm, don't know if Marilyn ever wore a blue dress, but that one reminds me of the infamous white halter dress. See? I think I'll go out of character and just post the pictures with numbers for titles today...if you have name suggestions, be sure to post them, okay?
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 9/26/2006 8:31:16 AM
Leavin' a Little to the Imagination

Jagged

Added by HardwoodTrailGlass on 9/26/2006 2:10:53 AM
Jagged

~Loon's In Love!~ 9-23-06

I've made many sets of my "Loon beads" over the last couple years and they keep evolving into something better and better. This is my most recent collection.
Added by Fyrebeadz on 9/25/2006 12:18:46 AM
~Loon's In Love!~  9-23-06
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~Western Girls~ 9-23-06

This bead just evolved in the flame. I had no idea what I was going to do, it just happened and WOW, I am sure glad it did! This is 1 1/2 inches in diameter and well over 1/2 inch thick. It reminds me of old leather saddles and a great pair of comfy old cowboy boots. This one is a keeper and is going nowhere but into my jewlery chest!
Added by Fyrebeadz on 9/25/2006 12:05:23 AM
~Western Girls~  9-23-06

RoughEdges

Added by HardwoodTrailGlass on 9/23/2006 4:03:44 AM
RoughEdges

BurntEdges

The sides of these beads remind me of roasted marshmallows or the edge of a letter that has been burned. Maybe I am weird? I don't know ;)
Added by HardwoodTrailGlass on 9/23/2006 3:41:16 AM
BurntEdges

PIG STY!

Several adorable pigs waiting for adoption! ebay gellybutton
Added by Gelly on 9/22/2006 10:42:57 PM
PIG STY!

Six Sensational Sets!

These sets are all available for bid for a couple of days on ebay! Id gellybutton
Added by Gelly on 9/22/2006 9:59:15 PM
Six Sensational Sets!

2006 - Designs IV - Sets

UPDATED 11/27/06! A new gallery for designs starting in September of 2006!
Added by Naos Glass on 9/22/2006 4:49:27 PM
2006 - Designs IV - Sets
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Temples 2: Evolving Series

Throughout history, famous temples have been destroyed, only to be rebuilt even more elaborately. Well, I didn't destroy my first Temple beads, but I've built some more and they are getting better! The Japanese built a Shinto shrine called Horyuji in the year 607 AD, but its buildings were made of wood and burned in the year 670 AD. The rebuilt wooden shrine's main hall, called the Kondo, was still standing in 2002. I'll bet when I look it up, I'll find it is still standing, a timeless tribute to the Way of the Kami. The tribes of Abraham have their temples, too. Herod the Great rebuilt the Temple around 37 BC. It was even more ornate than the original. It was a monument to the holiness of Yahweh, who was so holy that no one except one priest entered the most sacred temple once a year. Christians say GOD now, but once his name was so holy it wasn't even pronounced. . .and temples were tributes to this holiness. I can't wait to try to recreate Herod's Temple in glass, because just like the Asian
Added by Angelinabeadalina on 9/22/2006 8:35:56 AM
Temples 2:  Evolving Series

old rose stones

i got something new to play with - big hole mandrels. after loving 'fallen sky stones', i had to make another set with lots of random handshaped facets. this time i used rose, golden browns and some of that new rose quartz messy glass. for a full list of colors and basic instructions on how i made these juicy beads, please visit my bead blog (sept. 2006) at: http://lucindastorms.blogspot.com/
Added by Belvedere Beads on 9/21/2006 3:10:27 PM
old rose stones
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Back from Tucson!

I got back from the tucson show with a bit of inventory... I've picked some of my favorite beads and have them available for sale on my website - FREE SHIPPING!!!
Added by Full Circle on 9/21/2006 11:15:02 AM
Back from Tucson!
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