Monday, March 15, 2010

Makin Grapes

I started feeling a little better over the weekend. I'm still coughing a lot so working with feathers is out of the question. I had an urge to work on grapes. I've been playing around with different sizes and colors. I just use regular acrylic paint to color the beads before gluing. I used reindeer moss for the stems.
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Years ago I ordered a Kimberly House kit Grape Vineyard off eBay but what I received turned out to be a Kimberly House Christmas tree kit in a Vineyard box. I contacted the seller and she refunded my money and told me to keep the Christmas tree kit for the trouble. She was very nice. I would still love to have the Vineyard kit but I've given up on using EBay. I always get outbid in the last 5 seconds
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I just love hole less beads. I buy every color and size I can find. I weighed out 6 gram packs of beads to trade so if anyone needs hole less beads let me know. I love trading supplies.
This is just the portion of my supply I use. I've got a tackle box full to trade.
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9 comments:

Dlsarmywife said...

ooooh I LOVE no-hole beads too! I am slowly builing my stock up. I have fabric (satins and cottons) as well as mini faux fur trims in tons of colors. If any of these interest you I'd love to trade with you!

Dlsarmywife said...

BTW your grapes look sooo realistic too!

Kim said...

I agree- those grapes look fabulous!! Great job Anna- hope you continue to feel better!♥

Missy AKA Little Messy Missy said...

I did not even know they made no hole beads. I must be living under a rock.Lol!

Hissunkissun said...

They are so eatable!

Sans said...

Lovely work, Anna! I must go check out holeless beads. I think I live under the same rock as Missy. Hey neighbour :)

beyondbaffled said...

Your grapes are gorgeous!

Kathi said...

I didn't know there were beads without holes either. Same rock, same neighborhood!
Your grapes are great!

Lisette said...

wauw...The grapes is beautiful and to make from micro beads.