Here is a picture of the pieces that I received.
The additional beads were nice but if you have ever noticed the pieces that I make, I tend to be matchy-matchy. I haven't been able to break myself of that habit yet. So I dug into my beads and came up with some that I used instead of Lisa's. I will be using Lisa's beads, probably to make some earrings.
I used some bone beads, red rounds, and matte amethyst faceted rounds. Can you guess what I made?
I love ice cream cones and now I have my very own ice cream cone necklace.
I used the bone beads to make the cones with a bead cap to act as a napkin at the bottom of the cone, then I layered the amethyst beads as ice cream scoops and topped with a cherry.
I did make earrings but soemthing happened with the picture and I will have to add them later.
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