Monday, October 11, 2010

Guardian Beads

These are my Guardian Beads.

They are also known as "natasha" beads or an "inside out" bead. I call them guardians because sometimes I can see angels, animals or faces in them. They are like a Rorschach test and everyone sees something different in them.

They are scraps all mushed together, formed into a log and cut open to reveal the picture inside. When cut the right way and opened up the right way all of the sides and middles match up.

Kind of fun and addictive to make because you never know what you are going to get.


Rebekah said...

Great beads! And so much fun to make - they certainly are addictive! :-)

Flowermouse Design said...

Natasha beads are just so great. And yours are so well done!!!!

Anonymous said...

I also love making these Natasha Beads...great way to get rid of scrap clay! These guardian beads turned out always!

Marilyn Sorensen said...

Looks like we are really missing out in Utah! We sure did miss you at the Market this year!

Kim Detmers said...

Hi Marilyn!
I missed all of you! Hope everyone is doing well.
Take Care!

Cherie said...

Beautiful Natasha beads. Great way to use up scraps and it always turns out different. Love the colors you've got there.