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Aqua, beige and taupe HYDRANGREA blossoms

 This looks so pretty and perfect with my furniture that I'm tempted to keep it!  I  handbeaded glass beads and fabric quality sequins to accent this stunning fabric.  Just listed on etsy, priced for hopefully a nice quick sale.  I will be finishing several more in the next week and will be listing them as wekk.  Cause I am on a hand-beading roll...

Thanks for stopping by.  I wish my pictures did it justice!

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gail said…
Hi Kelley... How pretty! I love them!
Have a great day and happy creating.
Gail
My mom used to do this too, she started adding beadwork to crazy quilts, then moved on to framed wall hangings when we begged her to make them. It's something that I could never master, but an art I love to see. Yours are lovely.

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