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Tuesday, December 27, 2011


You are probably asking yourself, "what on earth are Tilas?"  Well, Tilas are beads.  They are a flat glass bead that is double drilled.  If you click on the photo you will see there are two beads at the ends of the Tilas.  That is the end the holes are at.  These are very fun beads to play with.  They are actually bigger beads than I'm use to using and it's amazing how quickly you can get a bracelet done with larger beads!!  Though #15 seed beads (very tiny) are still my favorite beads to play with.  I figured I'd use them in my projects until I'm too old and can no longer see well enough to play with them anymore!!!  Most people that take my beading classes know I use 15's in my bracelets.  They will be shocked to see I made a bracelet without them!  I am kind of shocked myself!

I just thought I would take a break from stamping and show you one of my beaded projects.  I have a few more coming up and I will be also adding the pattern to my web store.

I hope you had a wonderful day.  Yesterday was hubby's birthday (I mentioned that in my last post) so we did the usual birthday stuff.  Presents, dinner and being extra nice to him!!  That was the hardest part!!! LOL  Today was more relaxed.   Beading and laundry.  Plus writing up my beading instructions for my next class.   I got Dragon for Christmas so now when I am creating I can just talk and the computer will type what I say and it will save me a lot of time in making my instructions.  I am SO looking forward to installing that program and giving it a try!

Thank you SO much for visiting today,

1 comment:

JenE said...