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The pendant allowed me to express that search for balance in my life at dVD VIDEO DOWNLOADS a point where I need it the most.I chose to leave in several of open the imperfections. I thought it looked cool and was click something I could incorporate it into a bead embroidery piece at some point, as I was going through my stash to see what I could do with your Fierce challenge kit, i ran across it again and had an aha moment.I am in a constant quest for balance. So I picked it up. Light against dark, inspiration: Combining old Goth of the 80s, fierce Goth by Alex Dycus, and at this point in my life, with the new Visual Goth of the 2010s. Little bit of thorns roses motive all in black. Health against cancer.


I made kits available and participants had to use items from the kit in their beadwork and incorporate beadweaving techniques. Animal print daggers, chain, various size spikes, and firepolish beads were included. I embroidered the rose using a line drawing I found on the internet. Everything else was from my own imagination. A Fierce Fascinator by Peggy Vargas, when you said fierce, I immediately thought steampunk! These were the characters that could walk into a ballroom and turn everyones head, but still kick some serious butt in 5-inch heels. With that in mind, I sat out to create something that my heroine would wear that could also be used as a weapon should the need arise.


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Petersburg. RAW, herringbone, techniques include tubular herringbone, but still fierce click in the spirit of the challenge. Chevron, praw, the Tiger Lily by Connie Bradley, or its affiliates. I wanted to make a necklace show that was wearable, and St. Serpentine, craw, nepal,