My photo editing and collage-creating continues....Here are some more pictures of the bracelets I made and donated for the Global Genes / Rare Project Organization's Gala, to be held in September...
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|LOVE it when Sue Kennedy sent me Sugared Beads! These have great texture!|
|These blue beads by Sue Kennedy are the coolest color!|
|Blue AND Purple beads (my favorite color combo) by Sue Kennedy combined with man-made sea glass. The clear, transparent glass, with the swirled colors is so pretty!|
|Baby blue! I combined these swirled, baby blue lampwork beads by Sue Kennedy with 3 enameled beads from Sally Russick that I had in my stash|
|Pretty swirled lampwork beads - with just the right amount of purple - by Sue Kennedy, combined with man-made sea glass beads in sweet teal|
|These blue beads by Sue Kennedy have a pop of yellow - love these!|
|I combined Sue Kennedy's pale green eggs with a larger egg bead by Kelly Wenzel, which I had in my stash. Kelly has not been making beads lately, as she has been focusing her attention on her other love, photography. I am lucky I saved this beauty! I added a tiny, disc bead in the same color as the large egg as part of the charm.|
|Lovely transparent blue beads by Donna Millard - the swirls of black really make these beads pop.|
|All of these beads are hand-made sea glass|
|Same bead color - different shapes, by Sue Kennedy. I really, really love these beads! I combined these with a Bali silver lentil. No matter how hard I try, the silver lentil picks up a red tone in pictures only...ah, the joy of picture taking!|
So far, in three consecutive blog posts, I have shown 25 bracelets...which means I have 50 left to "reveal". I hope you are not bored!
I want to thank Sue again for making such lovely beads, which made my bracelet-making endeavor effortless! :) If you have not done so already, please click on the link below to find out how you can donate a bracelet to this wonderful cause!
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