Well, I certainly will stop by to check out what you turned stuff into!
awesome Kaibee- it involved power tools *hint *hint
My friend, if this is your f-up graveyard, your other work must be absolutely spectacular. Oh wait, it IS! If those beads' eventual fate involves pretty colours and power tools, then I'm so bloody excited to see the result...
What a great picture they made though! Can't wait to see what you do with them!
teacup- you are too kind. and any excuse I can have to use power tools, I'll make it.Laura- lol- I was thinking that too... and I've been working on the transformation all day :)
You could make some awesome 'frit' out of such glass (for painting, like egyptian blue).
Eric- you are too smart. that is exactly what I plan on doing...just had a few hiccups in the smashing process
Oooooh... Shiny... give me back my preciousss..Can't wait to see what happens to these poor things. Smashing sounds nice though. Please do post some pictures of the smashing process as well. Destruction is always fun to watch. :)
Sandy- it has to look worse before it looks better :)
Just reassure me that they felt no pain, please.
adequate anesthesia is used for their reconstructive surgery
They look kinda pretty all together in this photo. I'll stay tuned...
I like all of your colorful photos haha very nice composition of scrap! :)If you ever have time, check out my blog!www.vidajuanpablo.blogspot.comAdios! :D
Wendy- I like em too... soon though I will be able to post their transformationJuan- thanks! I'll swing on by.hasta pronto!
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