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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
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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
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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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Halloween Hogs

Are your little oinkers ready for Halloween? Mine are! Dressed up & ready to Trick or Treat you! Ebay gellybutton
Added by Gelly on 9/15/2006 7:00:04 PM
Halloween Hogs
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Fall 2006

Here are some new Fall inspired creations from the West End Designs studio!! ALL SOLD OUT!!!
Added by West End Designs on 9/4/2006 5:43:06 AM
Fall 2006
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Sketches of Paris - Fall 2006

Welcome to the West End Designs Fall 2006 Collection titled "Sketches of Paris". Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and has inspired countless artists. I hope you find something in this collection that inspires you!
Added by West End Designs on 9/4/2006 5:32:12 AM
Sketches of Paris - Fall 2006
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A few more Donuts

I've been making these for awhile and have developed a certian affinity for making and wearing them.
Added by Genesee Glassworks on 9/3/2006 10:17:13 PM
A few more Donuts
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Jewelry Gallery

Added by Blair Sechrest on 9/3/2006 7:06:09 AM
Jewelry Gallery
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Boogie Down Beads!

These beads are inspired by my Love for music and dance.
Added by Sheila Morley on 9/1/2006 7:39:30 AM
Boogie Down Beads!
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