Tuesday, February 21, 2012

The Crazy Women Club

1. Alek ... She sent me bits of her island... t'was Christmas in February... Those things she found on the seaside... awesome...  A thousand times thank you, Alek and filakia pola! :)

 2. Lucie... some awesome beads... bone beads from Kenya, a big turquoise, some raw amber, carnelian, labradorite, mother of pearl, African glass beads, a resin cabochon, a beaded resin cabochon, some of her gorgeous beaded beads, Roman beads and some scented beads (I heard of those but never got to see and smell them before... )... Mille mercis Lucie! :)
 3. Suzanne (no blog yet)... clay beads and bone pendants from Africa (Kenya I think) and some glass beads from Afghanistan.... Mille mercis à toi aussi, Suzanne! :)
 4. And Bobbi... glass beads and bone beads (love the dragongflies on those!) and some cows (because I needed some she said...). A thousand times thank you to you Bobbi... wish I could share a glass of Mad Housewife with you right now! ;)

Thank you so much crazy women... those treasures are going to sleep a bit before I use them... though something tells me that some will end up on the monster necklace...


NuminosityBeads said...

Those are some great little collections. I especially like the way you photographed Alek's finds. How lucky are you. they must know you'll do something absolutely awesome with them. How do I get on the mailing list? Ha!
xoxo Kim

A Wild Thing said...

Oh my, oh my, what wonderful collections, oh yes, xmas in february!!! It's so hard choosing which to use when so many are available, but I have faith in the crazy one, to come up with something TO DIE FOR, right out of the attic!!!


Petra Carpreau said...

What extraordinarily beautiful collections of treasure!! My head is spinning at the thought of what you might do with them.
By the way, do you think my badger might be getting close to cooked now??

nusquam said...

Steph, you lucky gal. When can I come over? :)

I know your fingers will weave together something brilliant with these trinkets. That carved pony/horse sculpture is particularly great and all found along the seaside? Fuck, I`m moving the Mediterranean.

nusquam said...

I meant moving "to" the Mediterranean, as moving the entire region might prove to be difficult.