Brown and turquoise FIMO dragon

I have bought yet another book by the talented Christi Friesen, Dragons.

I promptly made my first attempt at dragon-making. This one here is the second one I made.

All FIMO plus glass pearls.

Brown and turquoise fimo dragon

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Teal Glass Pendant

And the fourth glass coin pendant, this time it’s rich teal, with copper wire and Miyuki beads.

Teal Glass pendant


Blue Glass Pendant

Rich blue, silver-lined glass coin wrapped in copper wire with dark gold Miyuki square beads.


Light Green Glass Pendant

Puffed coin of light green lampwork, silver-filled glass, wrapped in copper wire, plus a small, heart-stamped ring of copper-colored metal.


Brown Lampwork Glass Pendant in Copper

On my holiday visit to my parents I got some little craft shopping done and bought a few very pretty lampwork glass puffed coins in nice, rich colors. All well matching with copper wire and dark copper/gold beads.
The beads are Miyuki square “dark gold” and wires are 0,8mm and 0,3mm.


Team of beaded bacteriophages

Basing on the same design as this and this, a set of four pendants.


Black floral wrapping – pendant

Aescetic black wire and white bead combination. Black wire gives high contrast with silver-lined white beads, and I quite like the effect.


Triple spiral pendant

The blue glass works nicely with copper wire, as it has rare, saturated color (unlike some washed-out blues available in various shops).
This one is three spirals of colied 0,3mm over 0,8mm wire. Whole thing is 3cm across.


LonelineS – pendant

One, lonely S on white, silver-lined glass bead. All wire clear copper.


Spirals on waves – pendant

A large, 3cm bead of lampworked glass and pure copper wire.
The bead is not silver-lined but filled with milky glass, which gives it slightly cloudy look.