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Hello~

~While I no longer sell on etsy You can still email me and...~

My TUTORIALS, BEADS and JEWELRY are located on my website

www.SabrinaDesign.com & www.ArtFire.com

Can't wait to see you there!!!
Sabrina


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  • Female
  • Born on February 4
  • Joined September 15, 2006

Favorite materials

Glass, silverware, odds and ends

About

Hello~

~While I no longer sell on etsy You can still email me and...~

My TUTORIALS, BEADS and JEWELRY are located on my website

www.SabrinaDesign.com & www.ArtFire.com

Can't wait to see you there!!!
Sabrina


Here's one of my favorite Top 100 Sites! The WALL OF FLAME! Stop by and check out all the AWESOME glass artists!
Copy and paste this link: http://wallofflame.gotop100.com/in.php?ref=101

Promoting Advertising today! If you're a Glass Worker stop by today and add your site to this AWESOME Top 100 site The WALL OF FLAME today!!!


I am first and foremost a mother of four wonderful children. They are my life, my loves, and my inspiration! I am also married to a wonderful man who supports me in all my crazy endeavors. Art has always been a part of my life in one medium or another.

You're probably wondering what got me into making glass beads and what classes I've taken and with whom, Right? To be honest, I've never taken a formal class working with glass. It all started with one little gift from my mother-in-law, a watch made with glass beads and probably the coolest thing I'd ever seen! And from there my interest became an obsession. I bought books, beads and I kept my husband awake at night with my insistent chatter about beads and how badly I wanted to make them. Then in February 2004 my dream came true!!! My husband surprised me with all I needed to get the glass flowing! The hardest thing about learning to make glass beads was waiting for all the equipment to arrive! Since the arrival of my equipment I have made hundreds possibly thousands of beads. Every bead is an individual piece of wearable art. I began selling my bead sets here on Etsy, ebay and in gift stores this year and have found a great demand for my work. Who would have ever thought a simple lampwork watch would have sparked such a creative turn of events in ones life.

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