Bead Hoarders Blog Hop

I do admit that I hoard beads.

Actually, not so much on the beads, but more so with pendants and charms.

As a lampwork glass worker, I can always make beads, but ceramic pendants are a different story.

Love these moon faces by Birgitta Lejonklou.

Of course Buddha’s are another favorite.

And, micro macrame necklaces are my favorite pieces to create.

Thanks for stopping by and see what others have created by hopping on over to Lori Anderson’s blog for the complete line up of participants.

p.s. thank you Lori for hosting yet another fun blog hop.

40 thoughts on “Bead Hoarders Blog Hop

  1. Birgitta Lejonklou says:

    well… someone else have been busy too :-)
    and I seriously think You need some more pendants soon !
    Your macrame skill is fantastic …If there is a favo for me it may be that pink Buddha one..but they are are lovely and Im sure they look great on like that fabulous necklace I got over here
    Thanks again my friend !!
    and Very proud to see my pendants look like this

  2. Marlene C. says:

    Your beading skills are well known, well loved and admired, and can see you have a true love of buddha’s. I have several molds and would be happy to replenish your supply.

  3. christina says:

    Love them all…I soooo want to learn the macrame! And those faces…very fun! I used to make plant hangers when I was a kid out of macrame so you would think I could make a necklace…nope! LOL

  4. Lori Anderson says:

    Your work ALWAYS amazes me. I wish we could get together so I could learn how to do something just once, to see if I could even do it. All I know is a half hitch knot and I don’t think I even have that name correct!

    Your work inspires me on a constant basis, as do you. Thanks for participating and for being a good friend.

  5. CraftyHope says:

    You got so many pieces made and they’re each so marvelous! I think my hoarding is also often the pendants as well. Your stash is just too cool and they way you complimented each of them rocks my socks off!

  6. Bobbie says:

    You dug into your treasure chest to create even more gorgeous treasures! I am so inspired by the way you use the micromacrame to spotlight and frame the beauty of the beads — your creations are miniature works of art.

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