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Amy of ovenfriedbeads

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Our next featured artist from our filigree bead fest is Amy of ovenfriedbeads she made this piece which was inspired by the sea and the life that lives in it. Its main focal piece is a sea urchin button.

She says that ” “The centerpiece is a sea urchin button with a filigree base. Beads that I used to surround it are Czech and Japanese glass seed beads, abalone, and Czech faceted beads. The disks are backed with a complementary brown spotted fabric. ”
To see more of her amazing jewelry you can go to : ovenfriedbeads

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  1. Beautiful! Simple and elegant. I love that sea urchin button!

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