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Saturday, December 02, 2017

Victorian Christmas Bulb

I have been bust this week working on the pattern for my Victorian beaded Christmas bulb. I'm not schooled in graphic design so it takes me a while to plug in the circles on the software to represent beads and where they go but I'm okay with that because I like to do that kind of work.  I find making the patterns very gratifying.  Plus I enjoy getting them out in my web store for others to start creating their own fun holiday ornaments.

This is the most detailed one I've every made but I still found it fun, even though it took me a few days to complete it. Darn housework and cooking get in the way of my beading, plus other project and hobbies I have.  So, for Christmas I am asking for a clean house so I can spend all of my spare time playing with beads, making cards and metalsmithing. And maybe some clay. I have gotten away from polymer clay but I'm sure I will get back to that soon too! But for now I'm into beading along with the card making.  

I did not make a card today because I wanted to get the pattern done and finalized.  But I will be back in my workroom crating some fun cards, plus I need to finish up our Christmas cards and get them out in the mail. So much to do in December!

If you are a beader or know someone who is, the pattern for this bulb can be purchased here in my secure web store.  

Thank you SO much for visiting today,


Cheryl Hewak said...

Very pretty Wanda. I can appreciate the time and effort that you put into this project

Peggy S from OH said...

Absolutely beautiful!

Unknown said...

Made many beaded ornaments back in the 60's and 70's but none that would rival the beauty of this creation. Sorry to say, I no longer can bead as that darn Arthur Itis has taken up residence in my hands. I'll just have to enjoy the ones you make.