For the longest time, I was creating beads with multiple glazes. I'm not quite sure why I got away from that other than the fact that it is very time consuming to glaze each and every little bead in that way. As a matter of fact, sometimes my fingers take on the look of the old witch in Hanzel and Gretal while I'm holding those tiny toothpicks that I have them on.
I got a little incentive to do this again when a customer and fabulous jewelry designer, Jean Wells, asked if I would make some beads that had a little "pop" to them so that they would stand out on a bracelet. So.... I did....
As you can see, some are one color. That allows me to keep some of the prices down. I think this offers a good variety of choices.
Thanks for reading :o)
I love them all! Wish I had the money, but I am saving up for a bead kiln!! ;)
I love the selection! So many fun colors and textures here.
Wow, Marie! I'll be excited to see what you start making. Please be sure to let me know when you get started!
OMG they are GORGEOUS!
Ummm, please excuse me while I wipe up the drool. These are lovely! I can't imagine the work that goes into making, firing, and glazing them.
A beautiful collection, MaryAnn, I feel a shopping expedition coming on....! Vicki
Thanks everyone :o) Hey, it will keep me motivated to keep it up!
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