Fear and Texture Part II: No Expectations

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Posted in Otter. 5 Comments »

5 Responses to “Fear and Texture Part II: No Expectations”

  1. lori g. Says:

    That bead is really cool. I bet everyone sees something different in it but I see the inside of an oyster shell…the actual oyster. Dang. now I want a late night snack.

  2. Otter Says:

    Thanks Lori, the only bad thing about that is I don’t know what the secondary color is in this bead. The base rod I picked up was Ivory but I do not know the composition of twisty I picked up. I like the effect and I agree it does look a lot like an oyster. It is fun to make beads like this, just pick up random glass and go.

    Otter

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