I was playing with clay the other night and I thought I would make some pumpkins. I wasn't quite sure what I was going to do with them until I was a bead store the other day and bought some leaves, bead caps and Rhondells. For you non-beaders, the Rhondells are those pretty gold colored beads just after the pumpkins. The bead caps are on top of the pumpkin and hanging over the pumpkin. They kind of look like gold leaves. And of course, the leaves are those green leaf looking things between the pumpkins! LOL
I am not a bead stringer. I am a bead weaver. I like using the needle and FireLine to make my bracelets. Stringing beads is an art in itself and I rarely do it. But after I made those pumpkins I knew where I was going with them and this is what I came up with. These will be available for sale as a kit at the Twin Cities Bead Bazaar on October 20th-21st, 2012 at the Hopkins Eisenhower Community Center. So tomorrow I will be making and baking pumpkins in between a few loads of laundry!!! I LOVE playing with polymer clay so any excuse I can get to play with it the better!!!
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