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    Quote Originally Posted by AngieRamey View Post
    Love the dolphin, Robert! I've never been brave enough to volunteer to do the dream beads. Sculptural work isn't my strong suit, and I'd be crushed if I got a request and couldn't do it.
    Sometimes it takes a couple of tries to get it right. The dolphin took 4 to get what I wanted. You should give it a try some time - it'll challenge you in new ways.
    Robert
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    Lots of bright, pretty colors in time for fall!!! The leaves here are almost half gone now.

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    That dolphin is great!
    Kris I need to get some of the frit, it's on my list of things to get!

    That was a odd lot double helix colour, gives you pinks and purples.
    Nicole Valentine - Rimmer
    www.NValentineStudio.etsy.com

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    I just got the new frit blends but haven't had a chance to open the jars and play . . .yet. Looking forward to it, though.

    Love the dolphin! What a wonderful thing to do, Robert. Hugs!

    Have to get some pictures of some new beads I have been working on. Show this weekend - usually a big one! Husband's back out of wack - trying to help him. And just heard the daughter's mother-in-law is in the hospital and may not make it. When it rains . . . . .it dumps! But time on the torch helps.

    Debby

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    Thanks all... I have beads in the other blends as well but we have been having rai here so. Can't get nice photos...
    Kris Schaible
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    International Society of Glass Beadmakers

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    I have been madly making beads for the Northern Virginia Bead Society's Annual Show this coming weekend in Annandale, VA. I had traded most of my stock at the Gathering - and love every bead I got! - but it really left me low on beads. So I have been burning the propane like crazy. Below are some of my new beads - from the wonkie to the elegant. I know others make similar beads but these have been a lot of fun for me. And there will be some other new things on my table.

    Debby


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    Just beautiful, everyone!

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    Debby I love that turquoise one!

    Here's another of the purply/pink beads!


    Nicole Valentine - Rimmer
    www.NValentineStudio.etsy.com

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    Kari... Where did you go...?.... I WANT TO SEE THOSE PRETTY BEADS....
    Kris Schaible
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    International Society of Glass Beadmakers

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    I'm having troubles uploading my pics. Even with directions, cant figure it out!

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