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  • I need a cousin like that!
    Happy weekend to all
    Douglas McLaurin-Moreno
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    Your Life evolves in the same way a Pearl grows: with continuous layers of experiences/nacre that add to the Story of your Life on Earth and make you Unique and Beautiful.
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    • And now, prehnite and citrine:
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      • No one will ever get tired of this thread, I’m agog at your pretties! Thank you for posting your goodies!
        Did you knot, or use bumpers?

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        • Very nice Linda!
          Douglas McLaurin-Moreno
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          • I knot. I've never tried using bumpers, it sounds like an interesting idea. What are they like, and what are they best for?

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            • Lovely clean prehnite, Linda! Great spring colors.

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              • Oh, so wonderfully spring-like, Linda!
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                SO MANY PEARLS, SO LITTLE TIME----

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                • More prehnite, this time with rose quartz and carved conch shell. My husband designed this -- I told him I wanted to do something with the rose quartz.
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                  • That pink shell flower is special
                    Great job by you both...great to see some teamwork behind the scenes.
                    Douglas McLaurin-Moreno
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                    Your Life evolves in the same way a Pearl grows: with continuous layers of experiences/nacre that add to the Story of your Life on Earth and make you Unique and Beautiful.
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                    • All my necklaces are collaborations: my husband glues the knots for me, since his hand is steadier than mine. He glued the bail to the carved conch, too. He's very versatile and useful!

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                      • It's beautiful Linda. It's great that you can enyoy your jewelry making together. Not-husband is sadly not to much help with my pearls...but good for fixing cars and building stuff. I cannot get greedy

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                        • Linda, your husband is multi-talented! I really like his choices in that carved conch shell layout. I love conch shell pieces, too!

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                          • Such a lovely new necklace Linda! Very delicate and feminine, looks like it is out of a fairytale, I love it!

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                            • I love the desert rose jasper, too! I agree with pattye that it is a lovely stone to handle/worry for destressing, and on the appeal of using local stones. The coloring on these is so warm and inviting.

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                              • These are akoyas, from druzy design, in the second attempt. The first time, the string was a little too short. Since I wanted it longer, I re-did it. That meant cutting all the knots, and the power pro was not easy to cut cleanly! I like the result, though:
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