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    I rarely post pictures of my creations, but after all the chat about seed beads, I thought I would show off my creation....... It took bloody ages, but it is the first time I have actually finished anything like this, I have started many, but finished none!

    Here it is, had to improvise a fair bit for the bottom bit
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  • #2
    ooooo thats lovely xx


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    • #3
      Wow, that's really great and I can see why it took ages
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      • #4
        Well done..................netting's not the easiest of weaves to practice with! It's come out really well!

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        • #5
          It is lovely I wouldn't know where to start to make something like that
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          • #6
            Well done, I'm not surprised it took ages, very intricate, really lovely piece
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            • #7
              oooh that so lovely, I wouldn't have the patience for anything so intricate..well done
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              • #8
                Its lovely must have taken you ages -
                Chris xx
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                • #9
                  Hey..well done...you've got more patience than me !!

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                  • #10
                    Aw, thanks guys

                    I reckon it would look great with proper seed beads though, those fellas were all uneven and different sizes

                    I actually found it quite easy once I got going.

                    Going to try a few more over Christmas, so watch this space
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                    • #11
                      Well done!

                      Linda

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                      • #12
                        Really nice. Are you planning to sell them?
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                        • #13
                          Cool! Do you have any idea how long it took (in hours)? I think I'm going to try to remember to take a photo every hour on my peacock project to make an animation... Are you left feeling that you could never part with it, or have you seen quite enough of it and want to sell it? I'm wondering if beading is like pancake making: when I make them, I don't feel like eating them, but when I'm not making them, I'll eat them until I'm ill!
                          If I ever make anything good enough to sell, I'll want to keep it!

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                          • #14
                            Thats gorgeous, I wouldnt know where to start, it looks very complicated so well done!
                            Sarah

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by RhinosoRoss View Post
                              Cool! Do you have any idea how long it took (in hours)? I think I'm going to try to remember to take a photo every hour on my peacock project to make an animation... Are you left feeling that you could never part with it, or have you seen quite enough of it and want to sell it? I'm wondering if beading is like pancake making: when I make them, I don't feel like eating them, but when I'm not making them, I'll eat them until I'm ill!
                              In your earth time it took approximately 6-8 hours (there is a large chunk of Sunday missing, I assume it was all spent on making this)

                              It was surprisingly quick once I got the hang of it.

                              As for selling it; the materials were cheap but I couldn't sell it for enough to justify the time spent on it! I am not sure if this one is good enough to sell anyway (the only area of my life that perfectionism comes in!). So I might have to keep it
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