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02/10/2014 / katnewman

Throwback Thursday

Well good morning!!
In case you hadn’t noticed, I am taking part in Blogtoberfest again this year, but frankly October has snuck up on me. Still can’t quite believe its October!!

Blogtoberfest, if you haven’t heard of it, is where a load of people get together and commit to {trying to} blog every day, even if its just a picture. If you follow the link at the bottom it will take you to the blog of Shells in the Bush, who are hosting Blogtoberfest, and links to all the other folk who are taking part. There’s a lovely range of people involved so grab a cuppa and start reading!

I have had to devise a bit of a schedule because I’m not that great at blogging, so you will start to notice a daily theme. Today is throwback Thursday, I may even chuck in a thankful Thursday one week as there is always so much to be thankful for! Fridays I will be interviewing other artists and showing you who and what else is out there in the artisan world.

So now, to throwback Thursday! And how better to start than with one of my first beads. I loved making critters and animals right from the start and this feller was made on one of my very first torch sessions all those years back *sigh* You needed a crowbar to get me out of the studio those days! I think its fair to say I hadn’t quite mastered heat control back then 😉

‘Buzz’
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Bless!!! My bees look a lot different these days!

 
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