Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Will there be 2 or 3?

Beading For A Cure!
I was inspired by some children's toys. My daughter won them for me at her local school fun fair fish pond so I opened them up, took out the foam, cleaned and dyed them and then stuffed them with new polyfill. Oh and then the fun began! I outlined the edges and then filled in each side!

Oh this was fun and it's not finished!!! I want to make three if I can get enough beads and thanks to some wonderful amazing women at All About Beads, there are some in the mail to me.
If it's not three, sitting nicely in a bowl to be played with, it could be two - like fuzzy dice hanging from a rear-view mirror!

I hope to make each side different and I added the yellow/lime beads as my extra bead.
I'm still beading my BJP and there will be pictures soon. I just got inspired by the BFAC beaded juggling balls and there is a deadline!

In other news, I'm not working. It didn't work out so I'm looking for work again. That means more time for beading!

Enjoy!!! Denise






6 comments:

GraceBeading said...

Oh... those look fun! I hope the beads get there quick. Nice work.

Sorry to hear about the job, but happy about the additional beading time.

Denise said...

I hope so too Grace, and if I have enought to do all three, then it will be a fun set of juggling balls! It feels really neat to the touch and the balls are squishy and hard with the glass at the same time, which is quite the combination!
Cheers, Denise

Kiwi Ellen said...

Nice stuff Denise 2 or 3 of these little beauties will brighten up any spot you want to put them

sammy said...

all of your beading is outstanding!!! Every piece is a amazing work of art!

Lora said...

Oh wow!! Those look like they'd be wonderful to hold!! Just send them on to me... let me double check! ;)

Denise said...

Thanks for the compliments! I am having so much fun beading this one, and the others are coming!!! They feel so neat! Lora, you're just going to have to bid at beading for a cure next session! Sammy, your beading is pretty darn special too!
Cheers, Denise