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We love to see your creativity! Please send us photos of your creations and we will post them!

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Thank you Angela Schoonen of Grove Jewelry Design for sending us photos of these beauties! To contact Angela for her jewelry you can e-mail her at

Photos above and right: Angela Schoonen

Abigail Coffell sent photos of these fabulous necklaces, bracelets and earrings! Please contact Abigail at
Atlantis on tan: amazonite rondelles iris freshwater pearls, white fwp, labradorite, green turquoise heishi, and sterling silver. To connect each mermaid to the strand i made loops of small japanese delica glass beads. they fit the holes perfectly and they don't catch in them.
Thank you to Krista Tseu of 5 Fish Designs for sending this beautiful bracelet which incorporates our 1/2 ceramic floral tube beads in Celedon and 3/8" round beads in Catalina Crackle on buff with their beautiful lampwork glass beads! For more info on their designs please visit 5fishdesigns.
This wonderful necklace was made by Sandy Barrett. "It is made with the palm tree in spring green on chocolate I used seed beads in brown and green and green square accent beads .Ęthey are one of a kind and in my spring summer line. e mail @ thank you!"




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Aqua on buff: quartz, calcite nuggets, freshwater pearls, small green sea snail shells and sterling silver.
Catalina on buff: amazonite rondelles, chubby carnelian rondelles, blue turquoise heishi, white fwp and sterling silver.
Twilight Blue Mermaid: various shaped and colored freshwater pearls, labradorite, amazonite rondelles and different silver beads.
Teresa Martin sent these WONDERFUL pieces! To contact Teresa for her work please e-mail her at
This is made with giant freshwater pearls in cream and wine and gaspeite beads by Carol McKinney of
Here's one more for your gallery. It's made with yellow turquoise nuggets and amber & onyx chips. Thanks- Carol McKinney
Emily Pape made this necklace and used the pendants, button and clasp in a very inventive way. Thanks so much for sharing!