~ Rustic polymer art beads ~ Every bead is one of a kind, I rarely make them in pairs because I love experimenting.
~ Metal findings ~ A pair of metal elements from a vintage Native American belt, a vintage kuchi pendant, a set of fancy ear wires, hammered copper components, rhinestone spacers, religious art findings.
~ Yellow african glass beads, coral bead, two artisan ceramic beads from N. Carolina, that I've painted with alcohol inks.
~ More African glass beads, two small green trade beads, purple beans (!!), Lapis lazuli, long wooden organic beads, african terracotta beads, vintage white and blue flowers ceramic beads, bone beads and some tribal bead caps.
That's the whole yumi bead soup, I really hope she'll like it. Bad pictures taken with my not-so-smart phone because I lost my usb memory card reader and now I have to order another one. Can't transfer the pictures from my camera to my desktop without the darn thing.
I was so excited about your comments on my previous posts, thank you, I really appreciate each and every one of them!
Me, reading your lovely comments:-)
Terri, from Shantychicbeads, asked: " Where do you get those fab rusty findings do tell (or don't if you must keep a secret)! and what are those coral earrings? Are they poly clay?"
I made the roses from poly clay, dirt from my garden and Mod Podge.
I get most of my supplies from my "Antique Lady". Her name is Zelda, she's in her 80's and has been collecting antiques and vintage stuff all her life. She's has sooo many pretty things!
I'm going to write more about them pretty things next time, this blog post is getting too long.
To be continued!
Love, Laura xo