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Blog Hopping

Have you had a chance to hop around and see all of the great Bead Soup Creations? Oh my gosh, I have had so much fun hopping. I spent a ton of time yesterday hopping and I plan to do some more this morning. I want to see everyone. That's my necklace above and you can read and see more here at my original Bead Soup post.
Here are a few others that I Saw yesterday that I am in love with.


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Oh look what I got in the mail yesterday! EEk these are beautiful glass beads made by Jenni Connolly.

First of all I opened my envelope that came all of the way from Australia and I found this beautiful box with a tied ribbon and nice ribbon note.

Already I am impressed and excited. Inside were these glass beads. I am in love with the glow of these fuchsia and purple beads.

Jenni was also so...

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Drops in Stock

Remember these? I just added some stock to the Etsy shop. And if you don't remember these then here is a link to the earrings where they were featured.

Speaking of featured, I just got my copy of the 2011 Beads Buyers Guide and I have beads in the guide. It's on news stands now.

Hope y'all are great out there....I am in crazy sewing mode this morning for Quilt Market that's next week! Yikes. I am...

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Vintaj Necklace

Hello, Hello,

Look at this beautiful necklace! The gals over at Vintaj created it. Don't you just love my flower with their birds? And the little round bead inside the flower petals in the drop? So cute... If you want to read more about this one you can hop over to the Vintaj blog and read it here.

Betsy designed another necklace with Jennifer Jangles beads here. It's called Mama looks pretty,...

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Oh boy! I got such a reaction from the necklace I posted the other day, I thought I should give you some more angles. I do have lots of photos of it. So here are some more. To answer Kim's questions about the assembly. I made a bunch of headpins basically and glued the wire into them. I then covered the wire in rubber tubing and glued another headpin top on the other end of the wire. This way I...

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