Sunday, January 19, 2014

Beading

My sister has decided to give beading a go and to try and help her I went looking for a bead shop in her area, and guess what I found, Tribute to Tribal beads at My Beads.  Oh my I knew exactly what I would be dropping hints for for Christmas!

I definitely wasn't disappointed when I opened my present on Christmas morning.


We were at Mum's for Christmas and she mentioned that she had a new top but had no necklace to wear with it so of course I asked her bring it out and it worked perfectly with some of my new beads.

Last week I made up this necklace and posted it to Mum and she is thrilled with it.


Now to get organised to make myself a new necklace or two!!

8 comments:

BeaJay said...

Your mum is very lucky to get such a lovely necklace. I must admit a full on envy of your ability to make lovely jewelry.

Dilliander said...

What a gorgeous gift, from your sister to you, and from you to your mum... I can see why she is delighted :)

Judith said...

How clever and creative are you! Can't wait to see the next necklaces you whip up ... J

KathyS said...

Your Mum will be thrilled with her necklace I'm sure. I love the necklaces you make.

shams said...

Oooh, those are some yummy beads and what a great necklace you've made!

Linda T said...

Beautiful! I've done a bit of beading but try not to get too involved as I don't need to start yet another stash!

Kristy said...

You are so multi talented! I don't know how you have time for it all.

Karen Pior said...

The necklace for your Mum is lovely - I love the colours in the large bead. We have a bead making shop in Ballarat. When Chantelle was younger we had a 'mother/daughter' day making beaded jewellery - such fun! Still have my necklace. Cheers, Karen