Saturday, June 07, 2008

Here they are!

(Thanks, Marylou!)

My beeeeeeaaaaauuuuutiful new beads.
I tried to find a background for the purple mix that I already had, but now I'm thinking maybe the blue mix. I think I'm going to have some silver in there too. So I got a LOT of potential background colors, but I got them in small quantities (I can always get more), knowing that I will find other uses for whatever I don't use for this particular endeavor. Now all I have to do is get beading!!

And now I will talk about the weather. (Seriously.)

It's been unusually cold here in New York. But all of a sudden there is a heat wave. I think my body is in shock. I went outside to take pictures of the finished necklace that I started last weekend, and after a couple of minutes, I had to rush into the doorway to relieve myself of the heat. I went back outside to finish the job, and quite frankly, I don't even care about the shadows right now. When I got back inside my apartment, I could barely see, even though the the lights were on. This is something that I'm not used to happening in New York. (Sydney, but not New York.) I got a couple of pictures of a gift that I just finished so that I could post them after the gift is received. But just barely. They're pretty bad pictures, but I couldn't stand the heat anymore! I'm supposed to go out tonight, but I'm not so sure if that's going to happen.

Here is the finished Etsy necklace:


Melody said...

I like it! It looks cool and stylish both.

Mia said...

It's been horrid here, in Ontario too for the weather! It's been 88 degrees, and feeling like it's 102!! And high humidity to boot!! Crazy weather we're having!! Well, I hope you end up taking beautiful pics when it cools down a bit... hopefully it will!!

Patti said...

Your necklace is absolutely stunning! Know what you mean about the weather...the midwest has been crazy, too!

MyFairLadyVT4 said...

That is lovely Adina. Good luck with your thesis.

GrandmaMarilyns said...

You should be down here in South Texas. It is hot most of the year around. The necklace looks pretty.