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1  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Beads: Discussion and Questions / What are these beads called? on: October 12, 2008 02:28:28 PM
About 2 years ago i came into a large amount of this style of cupping bead via a bulk trade of broken jewelry and "junk" for some of my lampwork. The beads sat and sat until I saw this post this morning (thank you whitebelt for the inspiration! I'll be using them for bracelets!). Anyway does anyone know what they are called so that I might be able to search them out on ebay? here's the original post
Thanks a Ton,
2  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Discussion and Questions / Adding a closure to Venice lace chockers HELP!!!! on: January 04, 2008 11:51:12 AM
So I've got the sewing and gluing bits down fairly well but ending the darn things is beyond me. I was thinking of velcro but that would leave no space for an extender (using my own tiny 9 inch neck as a guide here) and when I tried just adding a jump ring and clasp it makes it lay weird. Does anyone have any suggestions (other than those clunky lace grips that never actually fit properly) on how I can end these and keep them from bunching up at the back? I did find a site (eyescreamjewelry.com) but she clearly states that she will not answer questions (understandable) and of course she never shows the backs of her pieces. Any help at all would rock!
Nnie Cheesy
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