My students ran the gamut: one had far more experience with bead embroidery than myself, while others were just getting into the idea of working with seed beads at all. When asked - everyone's primary reason for joining the class was 'because it looked fun'.
I snapped photos towards the end of class, and my students said I could share. I love how different they all are.
|Love the outline variations here!|
|starting with the glass cabochon|
|I really liked her use of the O-beads|
|crescent beads and daggers were very popular this workshop|
|the whole class had fun coming up with ideas for her 'bait line'|
|crystal rivoli button for they eye|
|Vala's fish, starting to take shape - just starting to add some half-round pearls|
|Vala sent me this picture of her finished fish|
|Debbie made great use of the new shaped beads|
|I would have never considered adding the crystal 'bells' for fins!|
|Lesley's fish, jumping over a candle|
Looks like a great time. Nothing like creating in a positive environment to bring out the best in people. Beautiful, friendly and joyful fishies!ReplyDelete
Great details about happy-fish-from-fusion-beads.ReplyDelete
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