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This happened recently… So of course, this was just bound to happen … Green Darner Dragonfly Necklace bead embroidery with seed beads and crystal quartz point
Just returned for a great road trip vacation in the southwest. Always on the look out for rocks, gems and minerals during my travels. Visited several, well stocked rock shops in Colorado and Utah. Also managed visits to Mesa Verde, Monument Valley, Four Corners, Great Sand Dunes and Canyon De Chelly Parks. All are breathtakingly … Continue reading
Labradorite stone macrame pendant necklaces, and one howlite stone. And, loads of knots.
“In ancient Egyptian religion, the sun god Ra is seen to roll across the sky each day, transforming bodies and souls. Beetles of the Scarabaeidae family (dung beetle) roll dung into a ball as food and as a brood chamber in which to lay eggs that are later transformed into larvae. For these reasons the … Continue reading
Staying cool and tying some knots. This macrame bezel technique is easy and versatile. I suspect I’ll have lots of fun looking for gemstones and rocks to wrap. Enjoy your summer.
Yet again, a little taste of the southwest. Believe it or not, the most difficult part of this project was drilling the holes in the small beads to accommodate a thicker, double cord.
One of my favorite plants in the Mojave Desert is the Joshua Tree. I was playing with polymer clay and was inspired to make a few pendants. This one has the “ghost” of a Joshua Tree design. Matches up well with this macrame necklace I knotted. I’m liking this new-to-me design for the necklace. Enjoy … Continue reading
Just finished up this macrame mandala barrette secured entirely by knots.
Here’s a little eye candy to welcome in the new year… Happy 2015.
Welcome to the 2nd Annual Bead Hoarders Blog Hop hosted by Lori Anderson. I had great intentions for putting together lots of jewelry designs using my hoarded stash, but ran into an energy crisis. So, I had this load of beads that i wanted to manipulate into something swell, yet they remain piled on my … Continue reading