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Dot Designs in Glass

It’s amazing to me how something as simple as a dot can be transformed into so many different patterns and designs. Absolute perfect dot placement -when working with thin stringers- in glass is very difficult. So for me, I tend to gravitate toward designs that allow for a little more freedom such as flowers and other elements in nature.

This week I have another of my 3D encased dot flower focals along with something new, a dimensional encased dot fish!

Hydrangea Blossoms Bead Focal

Koi Pond Bead Focal

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2 thoughts on “Dot Designs in Glass

  1. Your beads are beautiful. It doesn’t look like you need much wiggle room in applying your dots. They look perfectly placed to me.:)

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    Posted by helensadornmentsblog | May 22, 2012, 8:01 pm

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