Beaded Hibiscus

By Janet Edkins

Bead weaving jewelry artist in love with healing crystals & stones.
March 22, 2010

hibiscusThis was a challenging project but well worth the effort. The first 3 or 4 rows were the hardest and the rest was just sheer concentration. I love the gold beads I bought for the accent on the pistil and stamen and overall feel justified in blowing my own trumpet 🙂

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