by Terri Wlaschin.
(Key West, FL)
Sometimes it’s good to make waves.
Other times, not so much.
I had been thinking about making waves for a while but, well, it just looked like a lot of work.
I am not adverse to that but I have to be in the right mindset and the beads have to be in a cooperative mood.
That dilly dallying all changed when I set eyes on Carol Huber Cypher’s cover of Mastering Beadwork.
I couldn’t take my eyes off the undulating, colorful waves of color.
When I started drooling on the book, I knew I had to take that horse to the water.
So I did.