Czech glass - nice autumnal colors. Which made sense when I bought these way back in September. I am all timely with the blogging and stuff!
More Czech glass. LOVE this color combo which has a lot more purple in it than the picture shows.
And some blue Czech glass. Because I like blue :-)
Melanie Brooks of Earthenwood Studio had a terriffic sale a while back so I picked up some of her new designs - like this purple dragonfly pendant.
And this smaller dragonfly - I liked the earthy color with the touches of turquoise and blue in the crevices.
Same color scheme and design, but this one has 2 holes so that it can be used as a link instead of just as a pendant.
Did I mention this was a REALLY GREAT SALE? Another link in a deep midnight purpley-blue color. I loved the contrast of the bone-colored dragonfly against the darker background.
More great silver from Cathy Dailey. I just can't get enough of her stuff!
I can see this being a link or a toggle or a loop for a lariat or...well, the possibilities are endless.
Okay, maybe not ENDLESS, but trust me, possibilities. Lots. And lots.
Cute little rustic leaf charms.
More heart charms.
When I saw Cathy had seashells, I flipped. Had to have them. HAD TO. I love anything ocean-related for beading.
And, one more shell.
Whew! I think that ought to do it for today. Except, well, guess where I went on my lunch break?
BEAD SHOW! Tee Hee!
Of course, the kid and I are eating Ramen Noodles for dinner tonight, but hey, I found one booth where everything was 50% off and another where all the stone strands were....
$3 A STRAND!!!
I got loaded...er...I mean I loaded up. In fact, I may split up some of these strands and sell the extras on Etsy because the deals were just that good. And also because I may have over-indulged.
Y'know, just a tad.
Hard to believe, right? ;-)
Have a great weekend, everyone...and stay outta my way on the freeway! I have beads to get home and hoard!