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Tag Archives: Fire polished beads
We have a wonderful assortment of 3mm Fire Polished beads in our catalog. Take a look at the entire grouping online.
This necklace beautifully illustrates the multiple colours and reflective sheen in many of our fire polished beads. The combination of colours includes matte and transparent. This month we are focused on this special collection often called “snake skin.”
This wire worked pendant features Dazzle-it Aluminum Wire and Fire Polished Beads. The pendant was twisted into shape by Nancy Donaldson. She selected the beads and after seeing them on the pendant, I thought I would feature them for the … Continue reading
I could not resist a fun title for this post. My friend Nancy Donaldson twists wire like it was a pen on paper. She has so much fun with our aluminum wire that I always think I can make something … Continue reading
The 4mm fire polished beads in the Dazzle-it catalog feature some wonderful specialty patterns. Here is a link to see the entire grouping.
Earlier this week on the John Bead blog I had a post explaining how I added crystals to these wood pendants. The little green sea horse had me searching for something special to bead it with. I used one strand … Continue reading