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Beautiful sights
Horses at blue water Lake state park

Friday, September 13, 2013

Beads and Needles, Part 3

I welcome Mac Masie and Curvygirl to our group of followers!


Kerchiefs for the dogs have been on my mind this last week.  I had about 6 bandannas, so started beading them so that they would be more striking!



Since I am new to beading, I found that many of my beads ended up sideways!  I guess I'll learn!


I tried to pick bead colors that would stand out on the kerchief and also look good on the dog!


This one is my least favorite, with the camouflage coloring and the pixels design, but maybe I can find a dog who will set it off!


Power is wearing this one today!


Fleur is wearing this one,( it is hot fix rhinestones, not beads) and I'm a bit surprised that it looks so good because of her spotty coloring.

The colors on this kerchief appeal to me, but the peace symbol isn't my favorite.  These are hot fix rhinestones, instead of beads.

I am finding that I like best the small projects that I can finish and use quickly.

9 comments:

  1. The snazziest hounds in town:)

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    1. You're mighty nice to say that. I get part of my inspiration from hearing other's blogs.

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  2. Nothing like a bit of bling on a hound!

    Mac and Maise

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    1. I'd be interested to know of your Bling!

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  3. I have put the hot fix rhinestones on collars. It really makes them sparkle. It looks like you are having fun!!!

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    1. Patty, thanks for your comment. I am having fun!

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  4. They look super pretty! I mean "handsome," Power.

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  5. Oooo! I really think you should have put pink beads on that black bandanna with the paisley print on it, but it's still gorgeous. I just have a weakness for pink. I think your bandannas are pretty darned cool!


    Bunny

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  6. I'm going to have to give that a try!

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