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Bead Soup Arrived From Across the Pond!

My bead soup has arrived!

My Bead Soup Blog Party partner is Stacy Alderson, and her bead soup package arrived in today's mail.  I made a quick visit to Stacy's blog, Iridal's Attic and discovered she likes beadweaving, knitting and is now making polymer clay beads.  She is a little nervous about participating in the party, but I don't think she has anything to worry about.  Her beaded hair combs are beautiful.  If I had more hair, I would definitely get one. 

Goodies!

Seed bead and Czech glass mixes
Freshwater Pearls
Jet picasso Rondelles
Jet Picasso 8/0 Seed Beads
Frosted Teal 6/0 Seed Beads

Polymer Clay Beads, Stacy Alderson

And a gorgeous lampwork focal with spacers and a sterling silver clasp.  The lampwork was done by Rob Johnson, Etsy.

Wow, this is great soup!  I already invision fringe of picasso and pearls, and possibly a rope chain.  The blue p/c beads might end up being used in the Art Bead Scene Challenge for this month!  Be sure to come back for the 28 July 2012 reveal!  Visit Pretty Things blog for participants.


 

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