Mixing it up

With some of the beach rock beads and glass beads from yesterday.

The hollow rock beads, of fine silver PMC, are from a batch of beads I made a few years ago.

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  1. I know of no one else who combines beach stones with handmade fine silver beads (and glass beads). *Very unique & lovely*

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  2. holly kellogg

    it would be very hard to identify the glass beads if i wasn’t so familiar with your stones….the textures are so similar…..i LOVE the grey/green palette of this necklace…
    xoxo

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    • Barb Fernald

      Thanks Holly. I had fun making it. I really like the new glass beads. I just finished a second necklace with some sea glass, rocks and some of Sue Kennedy’s beads. I feel like I am finally getting back on an even keel.
      xoxo

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  3. You are the queen of beach stone jewelry! Beautiful!

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    • Barb Fernald

      Thank you oh seed bead and PMC master! Hey, do you have any room left in your seed bead workshop at Christina’s? I’ll e-mail. It would be fun to take if I can get a Sunday ride off the island.

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  4. jackie haines

    Oh my gosh, Barb! Sorry to be so late getting back to you…
    The class filled pretty quickly. If I do something like it again, I’ll let you know.

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    • Barb Fernald

      No worries. I should have followed up right away. There are so many things I want to do, but then when it comes to making plans to get off the island……….
      Let me know if you do another one, and have a blast with the group you are teaching this weekend!
      We’ll get together one of these days.
      xoxo B

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