So, one of my old pearl necklace broke last month while I was shopping. The good news is that I was able to pick up most of the pearls.
When I got back home, I just placed them in one of my bead containers and forgot all about them. Then this weekend I remembered them. Therefore, I pulled the container out and decided to make something different with them.
I got other containers with leftover beads of different colors and shapes. So, I began the process of looking for color combinations and whatever the heck I was going to do. Finally, it came to me. I came up with a game plan and the result is what you see now, a three color necklace. Not that bad, I am happy.
CRAFTY MONDAY: MY BRACELET AND EARRINGS DONE. BUT WHO SHOULD I GIVE THEM TO? I must find someone. Smile!
I was at Walmart the other day and while walking by the crafts department, I came across this bag of cute beads. The interesting fact is that they were reduced to .99 cents. Therefore, I couldn’t pass that bargain and decided to purchase them.
I got back home and the excitement of what could I do with them began to hit me. I didn’t have the time at that moment, however, I decided that the next day I was going to have some fun brainstorming about what would I make with them.
I did. I looked at some of my leftover beads and the final product is done! So, they are ready and in a gift box for a gift for someone special. Who could that be? Smile.
And special thanks to Linda for this fabulous orchid plant!
February is a short month and in many states, it is cold, rainy and nasty, a combination that doesn’t give you the motivation to go out unless it is to take the trash. Smile.
So, what are we supposed to do for fun when we are overwhelmed with house chores, virtual work and schooling, let alone the pandemic anxieties and fears for our safety, our families and everyone else? Well, we make plans for fun and in writing. I am going to drop few things that you might be interested in adopting so let’s roll, they are not in priority order:
ABOUT THE Author
I am a blogger, a photographer, a jewelry designer, a gourmet cook, and a recipe book writer. I am also a flea market flipper, an avid gardener, an interior/ outdoors designer, an avid golfer and traveler.