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Animals Traits and Inspiration

Recently my kind friends Erynne, her sister Emilee, and Yamilla agreed to help me out with a photoshoot for my Creations for Continuity business. Erynne and Emilee became my beautiful models and Yamilla, in exchange, for jewellery became my photography mentor for the day. 568 more words

Inspiration & Reflection

slipping in another star project

It is always nice to have various projects on the go. For me, I like to have projects of different sizes on the go so that I can jump from one to the other without getting tired of working on the same one. 49 more words

Ellemental Artifacts

From Petal to Pod - my beginnings (featuring some really big beads)

Prompted by Facebook chat with the lovely Cath Thomas, and inspired by her new ‘Petals to Pods’ project, I stole the boy’s fake Hama beads and made my first petals. 304 more words


More UFOs

Last week I was hunting for my wire box (which should have been labelled, but the small people like to take the labels off, presumably to make life more fun), when I happened upon the UFO box. 355 more words


Featured Artist Linda Henry's Art

It’s a very windy Friday evening here in Arizona. The day’s have been beautiful. I am hoping for some rain. I have a new project this spring. 455 more words

Handmade Art

Hamsa necklace

Hamsa by Nikkotakko
The Hamsa (Arabic: خمسة Ḥamsah, Hebrew: חַמְסָה, also romanized khamsa), is a palm-shaped amulet popular throughout the Middle East and North Africa. Depicting the open right hand, an image recognized and used as a sign of protection in many societies throughout history, the hamsa is believed to provide defense against the evil eye. 52 more words


New Custom Order

Incredibeads has made a new custom ordered piece! To request one, please contact Incredibeads through Etsy or email sales@incredibeads.com!

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