Watercolor Beads and a Twisted Stringer

Here are the beads I made last week with Debby. First she taught me to make “watercolor” beads, where I start by melting a white core, and then “paint” on top with various transparent colored rods.

Next she taught me to pull a stringer (the twisty coral/turquoise strip in the foreground). Then I made a transparent, pale aqua bead and melted that stringer onto (and into) it.

Actually, Debby made two of the beads pictured, but I’m rather proud of myself that it isn’t immediately obvious which ones 😀

 

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1 Response to “Watercolor Beads and a Twisted Stringer”


  1. 1 Marian Tworek March 10, 2012 at 10:22 pm

    Wow looks like such fun, what a fabulous thing to be working on!


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