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  • Cobalt


    Q: I've just gotten some lovely beads that are a gorgeous cobalt blue. What I'd like to know is how do I tell if they ARE cobalt? Their pedigree is lost because they went from an estate sale to a swap meet to beader and then to me.A:...

  • Help With Glass Bead-Making.


    Q: I have just begun using a small torch to make glass beads, and for some reason, they will not come off of the mandrels. I have the seperator on thick and thin, tried both. My bead-making has improved, but I have to break them to remove them from...

  • Small Christmas Gifts


    Christmas is a time loved by most. It is a relaxing time to spend away from work with friends and family. It is also a time to travel and spend. Due to the volume of people, small Christmas gifts are an economical way to go. They can...

  • Baptism Personalized Gifts


    Different religions have different practices and the Christians have baptism as one of their rights of passage. Baptism is a practice where Christians go through some teachings meant to inform them of the doctrines of Christianity and how to practice it in every day life. This is supposed to lead...

  • Bead Stores, WA State.


    Q: Can anyone recommend any bead stores or tell me about ANY from the Canadian border down TO Seattle, WA, but not IN Seattle?A: I am not aware of any north of Seattle (I am counting the 'burbs) that will not require you to take a ferry. Since you...

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