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Bridge, Warring States, and bumpy beads

Bridge, Warring States, and bumpy beads

Well, should be pretty obviouse that I am obsessed with making glass beads. I have only been doing it for three years, and it has taken over my life. One of my other main obsessions with lampwork is bumpy beads and bridge beads. These are some of them - thanks again for looking - Virginia
(13 images)
Dripper and Drippy beads

Dripper and Drippy beads

I am having alot of fun with these - either alone or in sets - they come really little and pretty darn big - I hope you like them - Virginia
(20 images, 1 comment)
Effetra, Laushia, Bulleye and Dichroic Focal Beads

Effetra, Laushia, Bulleye and Dichroic Focal Beads

I love making these raked glass beads. I always name each style after a dance. I am obsessed wih dancing and the molten glass just reminds me of different dance steps. I hope you enjoy these sparkly beads - Virginia
(10 images, 1 comment)
Fishes

Fishes

I love fishes - no matter who makes them - I wanted too make them so badly, so I got started - I skipped posting the beginning fishes - it was NOT a pretty sight- but here are some of my favorites - thanks for looking - Virginia
(30 images, 1 comment)
Gravity Drop Beads

Gravity Drop Beads

I read a tutorial on another site that Fyrsmith did, and have just totally enjoyed making these drop hearts. I have added the raked dots, to make them more my own - hope you like them - Virginia
(15 images, 1 comment)
Hearts in Flight

Hearts in Flight

Hi, I do a ton of hearts, I am loving these hearts as they have so much movement in the glass. They are raked, of course, as that is just my thing - cannot leave a good dot alone. Some are alone, some with sets. I finally like making sets, only took three years. - Hope you like these, I LOVE making them - Virginia
(21 images)
Ice Cave Beads

Ice Cave Beads

Hi, I just love these new beads I am making - playing with my drippy style beads and then adding dichroic - hope you love them - Virginia
(11 images)
More Raked Stars

More Raked Stars

Hi, some more of my raked stars
(14 images, 1 comment)
My finished necklaces

My finished necklaces

Hi, my second passion to making these beads is stringing my beads. I have been stringing beads since I was a little girl. Even did a lot of complicated seed bead patterns. Now, I am still addicted to all beads, so I love to buy them and string them with my lampwork beads. I haunt antique stores for vintage swarovski's - they are my favorite and most of my necklaces have swarkies and pearls and stone beads - I love freshwater pears and chalcedony and jade - anyway - here are a few, and more will be added later - thanks for looking - Virginia
(15 images)
Other Raked Beads

Other Raked Beads

Hi, well, it is obviouse that I am hooked on Raking Glass - here are a bunch more of raked plundged dots, and raked rounds, and just a whole lot of Rakin' goin' on!!! I have posted side and front photos fro most of these, cause from the side they are really cool. Thanks for Looking - Virginia
(40 images, 1 comment)
Petal Pushers, and Petal, Petal Pushers

Petal Pushers, and Petal, Petal Pushers

These are such fun. If they just have petals on the top, then they are Petal Pushers, if they have petals on the top and petals on the bottom, they are petal petal pushers. The pusher part comes when I push the dots on the bottom around - ok, I admit it, it is streaching things abit, but I liked the name, LOL - thanks for looking - Virginia
(3 images)
Raked Star Beads

Raked Star Beads

Hi, I started making these raked star bead, almost from the beginning. I was watching a video on lampworking and saw someone rake one leg of one star, and was hooked - have been making them since. I am delighted when the big ones come out completely balanced - thanks for looking - Virginia
(33 images, 3 comments)
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Swirlygigs, and WhirlyGigs

Swirlygigs, and WhirlyGigs

These are new beads I am making, I am having a ton of fun with them. They lay flat, and then either have smooth wings, or flaried wings. - thanks for looking - Virginia
(6 images)

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