Oh those are great. My eye was drawn to the colours of one in particular and that's when I noticed your name "beaded" into it. Clever, creative you!
you must have felt like you had walked into Nirvana :)
Ohhhh, shiny! And pretty colors. And, of course, I had to go back to see if I could find your name. SCORE! Love the bifocals... :)I just love bead work like that...especially the heart with the pretty green beads.
OMG... that took me way too long to find. Surely my glasses don't need tweaking again already! Like Where's Waldo a bit.Very clever Daryl. I'm just glad Hilary saw it & gave the heads up, lol.
Pretty baubles!, at first glance I thought of marzipan cookies..
I forgot, I really like the new header, soooo NYC.
great colourful odd one.....
just had to look again, completely missed that!!
Wonderful! How did you get your name in there?Those would be great fun to use, so tactile...
Love the colors, the textures...very creative ! And a Happy New Year to you, dear blogging friend. As you can guess, my resolution is to be a better blogging friend ! Take care.
What a lot of work must have gone into those!Lovely bright photo.
Cool, Christmas decorations for your keys! Love the little Santas and the Angel!
Oh those are pretty!
It only took me ten minutes to scroll down to comment... I kept going back up to peek at the pretty colors... I want one... or ten. :)
You don't know this but you have become my mentor! Willingly or not!!! I have always wanted to be able to photograph with an edge. I just noticed your link to your photos on redbud? ...headed there now.p.s. we've got a signed contract on a house 40 miles up the coast from Mathews! mbbrown12 at pemtel dot net
the colors are gorgeous =) great photo daryl =)
A wonderful day!
very prettyI like the star shapes the most
I want one...no, two. Three will be fine...gosh they are so colorful!
How beautiful!! I love beaded things.
When I think of all the work that went into those seedbeads! Yikes!They look wonderful and yes indeed - aren't you the clever gal.
B-U-T-full! Which one is mine?<><
Lots of bling bling with names too? I like the Indian girl. Catching up on blogging and glad to read the condo sold. It is freezing here so I just made a big pot of chicken soup and off now to make some Matzo balls to toss into it to stay warm. BURR!Joyce
What a great mix of colors and texture they make as a photographic subject.
I would've missed your "signature" if Hilary hadn't mentioned it. Very clever!I need to get up that way and shoot some of this stuff. I hear the coast of CT is gorgeous.
All that color makes me happy!
Good ol' Norwalk. You always remind me what's neat about town.
That's a lot of beads! Someone put a lot of work into that.
These are quite colorful; I can see why they caught your eye. I think, though, that I'll pass ... just can't see myself using one of them for my keys...:-)
Your photo is so much better than mine! I loved these and bought a handful. Everyone I gave them to thought they were fantastic.
Mesmerizing colors, and love how well your name is hidden in the mix.
What a FESTIVE arrangement of colorful beaded fobs! Methinks I see SANTA in there ... very kewl!Hugs and blessings,
i like the angel and the strawberry :) sweet things!
Love those! I like things like that for the obvious (cute, kitschy) but also because they're generally easy to find in your purse!
LOVE your eye, DarylAloha,Comfort Spiral
Love these--and yes, I had to check for your name after reading Hilary's comment, too. You are too clever for words!
I always thought the word fob was cool. And I also always thought people that went to Connecticut were cool! And now I know it is true since you went there! : )
I recognize those fobs!
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Hey! Gimme one of dem! Very Snazzy!
I have a little orange and blueone... GATOR colors of course !!
I love the way the colors are so saturated and the focus is so clear. You've made these simple objects into a work of art.