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1  Easter Bracelet in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by likalika on: April 16, 2006 04:42:06 PM
Today, while finishing up the annual dying of the easter eggs, I just couldn't see sending all the leftover dye down the drain right away.  Well, I knew that in my pearl drawer, I had these ugly FWPs that I was never going to use.  Sooooo, into the dye went some of the strands.

I then wrapped them around a bangle I made when I was in college, and voila!  My bracelet matched the eggs.  How stupid, but kinda fun.  I wouldn't recommend getting it wet, but since it was appearing one afternoon only, I didn't bother to seal the pearls.


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2  Re: Two 3-Stranded Necklaces ADDED: And Geisha Slide pendant in Beads: Completed Projects by likalika on: April 12, 2006 11:21:27 AM
 


EDIT: Thought I'd throw this in here too instead of making a new thread. This is the Geisha Microscope slide necklace I made for qazicat in the Geisha Swap!



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Thanks for looking. Cheesy
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I hope you either soldered this necklace, or used UTEE or Gallery Glass Leading or some such thing.  The copper tape will wear away (quickly) and she will have a pendant no more.
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