|Lots of blue, green, white beads and nautical findings sent to BayMoonDesign for this blog|
|Shell photo from GraphicStock.com|
|Ocean Inspired Bracelet by BayMoonDesign |
|Seahorse Necklace by BayMoonDesign|
Most of the pale green beads went into my seahorse necklace. The seahorse necklace has a hand embossed on natural brass focal with blue and green patinas applied. A sealant was then applied. The pendant is on an natural brass chain with 4ply sage Irish waxed thread and pale green beads woven through the chain. These materials give the green necklace a beachy look and who doesn't love the beautiful ocean creature-the seahorse.
|A few of the white beads went into this starfish bracelet|
|Sea glass beads from Znetshows|
Your hostess: Lisa Lodge, A Grateful Artist
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Candida Elkins Castleberry, Spun Sugar Beadworks
Veralynne Malone, Designed by Vera
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Katrina Taylor, I Wanna Go Out
Mary Ann Macri Jacobs, Trucksville Crafts
Jeanne Steck, Gems by Jeanne Marie
Ann Schroeder, Bead Love
Kathleen Breeding, 99 Bottles of Beads on the Wall
Marianne Baxter, Simply Seablime Jewelry
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Kathy Zeigler Lindemer, Bay Moon Design
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