Sunday, June 24, 2007
Tuesday, June 19, 2007
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Tuesday, June 12, 2007
This particular piece will be going to someone in the Cape Cod area of the US. Hope they enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it.
Thursday, June 7, 2007
Below are bead names for my sisters and I. The first is my name, then Leora, and last my sister Angie. I saw it first on Kaskaad site http://kaskaad.blogspot.com/ and thought it looked fun.
My Your Beady Name is: Chartruese Chevron Bead.
My Your Beady Name is: Silverlined Rainbow Miracle Bead.
My Your Beady Name is: Sapphire Stone Bead.
Wednesday, June 6, 2007
I remember when my dad was stationed in Germany in the late 80's, there were all kinds of Native American Indian clubs over there at the time and the people really got off on Native American Indian items. At the time we lived on the economy in a small village called Alpen. One year for Faushing (I think that is the correct spelling) our neighborhood did a whole pioneer/Indian theme. So our family all wore our ribbon shirts and had our pendelton blankets over our arms and the neighbors were all pilgrims or pioneers, for our street float, for the town parade. It was tons of fun. My dad even ended up giving some of the neighbors some Navajo sand paintings for their American Indian collection.
This bracelet was made with turquoise, smoky quartz, freshwater pearls, and bali silver beads.