25 thoughts on “My proudest moment as a beader

  1. Thanks, Dairenna. Not very long, as I recall. A week, maybe? Less than a month, for sure. When the bead spirit moves, you have to either hop on board or get out of the way. I hopped.

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  2. Cathy Obbema says:

    Your beading is over the top. Having one of your pieces, I say that with all sincerity. I can’t wait for a lesson. 🙂

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  3. Peggy says:

    I second what Deborah said…that’s amazing and inspiring. The mermaid I mean. The books have been entertaining for years. Thank you!

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  4. Stef says:

    Love it! Have you done any more since this one? I’d be surprised if your Asian trip hadn’t triggered an idea. It truly is beautiful and imaginative.

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  5. Pattie says:

    Amazing detail! I can see this on a t-shirt/photo mounted as wall art, and I know just the person to talk to. Check out The Clever Cousin on FB, she’s right up your alley. I have one of her collages and I Just love it.

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  6. Kathryn Campbell says:

    Wowser, Dana! So very beautiful to look at and discover all the lovely colors and textures. Star would love that as much as I.

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  7. Colleen says:

    Stunning work. I find many authors have such creativity that is has to come out in other areas. Devon Monk and Kim Harrison knit super cute stuff.

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  8. Danese says:

    Wowzer!! Makes my pitiful attempts at beading look childish. But then I could never write a decent essay, much less a novel !0! It should be on the cover of a beading magazine!

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