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Suzanne Cooper's Beadylicious Newsletter #140 Sept. 8 '10

Thought for the day: Junk is something you've kept for years and throw away three weeks before you need it.

Can you tell by the above that I've been trying to clean out my closet? So far I've found at least elevendy-dozen pair of shoes I haven't worn in years. I hate cleaning my closet!

It has been a while since my last newsletter. I've been playing a wee bit. In July Coop and I went to see our daughter and her family in Colorado. We got to see the King Tut excibit which was great fun for someone like me who has wanted to go to Egypt since I was about 6. In August our other daughter and her husband came here for Indian Market. Those two went home with pounds and pounds of Indian jewelry. What a wonderful show that is! I have a link to some photos below.

Now it's back to designing for me. I have several new ones ready to upload. I'll let you know when they are ready. I've forgotten which patterns have been added so I can't add thumbnails. You can check them out on this page.

See you on FaceBook!

Till next time, bead well.


Bead Dreams 2010 - 75 Photos from the Bead&Button competition

Robin Atkins has instructions for a new way to display beadwork. This is perfect for your peyote or loom mini-tapestries!

NEDbeads Artisan Jewelry

Fabulous dolls made of beads. Art Biser (translated from Russian to English)

Photos of Indian Market on the Santa Fe Newmexican newspaper web site. Your mind will boggle when you see the beadwork!

Bollywood glamour necklace-EBW Challenge

Wildest Dreams Designs


Bead Art by Sue

Megan Noel

Melanie L Doerman's The Magpie

Wendy Seaward

Wilde Jewels - Cassandra Graham


Paula Adams

Victorian Ornament

Christmas Ornament Instructions

Bead Knitted Christmas Ball Ornament

Netting the Ornament

Easy Netted Ornament

Snow flakes

Beaded Angel Ornament


Andrea Guarino-Slemmons Beautiful photos of Australia on Andrea's blog made while teaching in Australia.

Free patterns - Glass Crafters

Chantal's Free Stained Glass Patterns

Michael Barley - Beautiful beads & new tutorials

Steinert Industries - Glass tools

Dale Chihuly

Corning Museum of Glass


The unbelievable polymer clay work of Jon Anderson.

Pencil Tip Sculptures by Dalton Ghetti - Elvis - Silvermine Art - Odd Stuff Magazine

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