>My mouth is salivating. I love your selections. I look forward to seeing your project complete.
>Czech beads are cool. Czech beer is pretty cool too!
>Interesting, how many beads you have.
>I love seeing beads in packages. There’s something so fun about all of them in there, waiting to be used in creations!
>I do have alotta beads, don’t I?? :oAnd, did someone say beer?
>I love the colors you picked…just one suggestion…the edges of the hex and the bugles look fairly sharp so if you have a round seed bead to string between them, it will keep them from cutting your thread.
>Beadbabe! Thanks for the suggestion. I know that trick but never remember to do it! Instead, I usually stitch very wide and use a lot of thread…
>What a choice!Do you ever use Venetian glass beads? I have a friend who regularly travels to Venice to buy glass beads to make jewellary with and I remember she used to make children’s necklaces out of tiny little coloured glass beads from Venice.
>HI Lorenzo! I have not seen many Venetian glass seed beads in America, so I’m thinking about traveling there to find some myself!
>I knew you would have some! I just knew it. Those are cool beads for your car. Lazy, me? You bet!
>WOW this is awesome. I can’t wait for you to start sewing the bead on!
>Hi LBYour projects always amaze me, Your work is awesome….. Can hardly wait to see this next piece all finished…((((hugs))))Maggie
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