Monday, March 10, 2008

2008 Bead-It-Forward


I recently completed my squares for Jeanette Shanigan's Bead-It-Forward Breast Cancer Donation project. This is my second year to participate. You can see photos of the squares received so far by checking Jeanette's site here.

The beaded portion of the square is 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches (3.8 x 3.8 cm), so they bead up quick! The theme this year is roses. I found these wonderful little vintage rose beads on Ebay.

7 comments:

KV said...

These are wonderful, Grace!


Kathy V in NM

Mieke said...

LOve it!!

freebird said...

Great squares. It's a good take on the rose theme. I'll go look at that link.

GardenGoose said...

those are nice. great job.
by the way/posted instructions on my blog for creating faux cupcakes if you are interested.

Amy said...

The rose beads are wonderful.

Clevelandgirlie said...

You have been a very, very busy beader! You are just going at it full force. And best of all - it's always for someone "else!" You are amazing.

GraceBeading said...

Thanks friends, glad you like them. I love those little beads, so small yet great detail.

GardenGoose - thanks for the note on the faux cupcakes instructions - much appreciated!

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