In the meantime, I have all this new Premo clay calling my name. The colors are incredible. So, do I bead tonight or do I do clay or iron clothes? I think I'll hide the ironing so that will be one less decision to make.
I bought some necklaces from a guy at a fair not too long ago. They were all Chinese crystals. He was selling them so cheap I had to buy a bunch. Took them apart and put them on this bracelet. I almost made a golf stroke counter out of these beads, glad I didn't.
The polymer beads were done with a Kaleidoscope Cane, all the spacer beads are the ones I bought and I can't even tell you how many I have. Obsessive Compulsive when it comes to beads and clay.
Today my friend Judy and I went to Prescott and had a nice lunch. I visited their snow and left it there. We stopped at a little art shop that had wonderful things. I have a bunch of these Colorbox Molding Mats but he had some I've never seen so those came home with me.
The top one is called Houndstooth Check and the bottom one is called Starry Swirls. I'm going to have to build a room just for all my texture sheets and texture tools.
Another thing he carried in this store were these awesome clay shapers. The black tipped one is huge and is a little harder than the gray tipped one. He had every shape and every size. I use my tiny ones all the time, I'm guessing these are going to be in the container marked "MY FAVORITE TOOLS" along with Christi Freisen's tools which I really love. I put the golf ball there so you could see how big the shapers are not because I played golf at Torrey Pines. I went there and bought two golf balls and a golf ball marker. I'm not the Torrey Pines kind of golfer. I'm the "oops, I think I hit another ball in the water" kind of golfer. LOL
Back to work, found a 3 pound bag of beads in the back of the closet that I forgot I had. Need to find a home for them. I spilled about 2000 and some went in Booboo's bed so he's not a happy cat.