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“Swarm of Dragonflies”

  

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  1. Eeka Mouse
    Eeka Mouse says:

    Lovely end-of-summer pick. Dragonflies buzzing in the sunshine, but their time is expiring…

  2. Marla
    Marla says:

    I actually have some Czech glass and ordered African Turquoise. Hadn’t thought of putting them together. Nice pic. I have a question (not sure where to ask on the site) about findings. What is the difference between a head and eye pin? I’m also curious as to how you would use, and attach, the dragonfly 2 hole connector? Many findings are a mystery to me as a newbie and they rarely have desciptions.

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    Mary S - Sweet Chick says:

    Ahh….beautiful dragonflies, darting around and glistening in a sunny sky!
    A beautiful pick Alice!

    Marla, a head pin has a ball or flat end on it, sort of like a nail. An eye pin has a loop on the end that you can attach a dangle, charm or another eye pin to. The 2 hole connectors can be used in various ways, such as; attaching them to other findings with jump rings, eye pins or wrapped loops. You can also use them within chain necklaces by opening the links of chain and running it through each connector hole. (Hope that made sense.) The uses are endless really. Just use your imagination and do whatever your creative mind tells you!! :-D
    Lots of great people to help you here at LB! All you have to do is ask. ;-)

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    Chicky Zee aka Alice says:

    Thanks Eeka,Maria and Mary.Maria you can also search the web site under how to use findings and bead books for beginners is a great alsoWe are here to help with any questions!

  5. Marla
    Marla says:

    Thanks Sweet Chick. Very helpful. I’ve done crafts since young child. Mother taught me to knit at age 4 in Glasgow, Scotland. I only recently started making jewelry and I LOVE it. Wish I had discovered earlier in my life.

  6. AllureofGemsGlamJulia
    AllureofGemsGlamJulia says:

    Darling beautiful pick, Alice!!

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    Janet Miriam says:

    Beautiful pick! Love it! :)

  8. Grams Gigi
    Grams Gigi says:

    very peaceful

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