Lot of fused glass - I love this stuff. I think I'm going to set some of the small rounds as the center of various shapes including flowers. I think that'd be adorable.
Onyx - hand faceted - cushion squares. I LOVE these. Super sparkly.
I think these skulls were kind of cherry. But seriously - I plan to do a copper charm bracelet out of them. I had someone in mind when I bought them. I believe they're dyed Howlite.
Fun black agate beads. Different shape. I should have bought two strands.
Ruby in Zoisite. I love this stuff so much that I hoard it. I have numerous chains that people keep offering to purchase off my neck, but I just can't part with it. I think I have a problem.
Various stone pendants - charoite, random funky blue stone, quartz, shell, onyx, picture jasper and unakite
Pile of wood beads. I've been drawn to a lot of porcelain beads and I think these would go beautifully with them as well as offset the weight of the heavy beads.
Turtles! Onyx and Lapis Lazuli. I thought they'd be cute on some bracelets.
Tumbled Glass rings. I'm not entirely sold on these anymore, but I bet I can figure something out.
White Agate - they look like Calla Lillies to me. I think I'm going to put a tiny crystal in the middle and then bunch them up as a pendant. I also bought some matte black ones which did not photograph exceedingly well.
I don't normally buy finished jewelry, but I loved how this one looked on me. Just some dyed $3 Howlite, but it will be fun with a tshirt or a denim shirt.
31 bags of various copper and sterling silver filled beads. I dug around in these bead piles for about 30 minutes, but man... I came away with some fun things!
Here are some samples of my favorites. I can't wait to rivet the large one to a ring. I think it's be a ton of fun.
I adore these - so natural with a fun shape. Picasso Jasper.
Lots of matching beads. I have some beautiful cabs that match these perfectly. I would have bought another strand of tear drop, but that was the last one she had.
Amethyst - aren't these fun? I think I'm going to build up a bail around them or make some fun 3D pendants. A couple of them are small enough to be some unusual rings.