One more kaleidoscope cane artist, Texas’ Susan Pickle courtesy of a link from Barbara Forbes Lyons. Susan shows a clever way to surround a kaleidoscope focal bead with biconal swirls.

No kaleidoscope beads on Rasa Lazauskaite’s site but plenty of spring color (needed here in cold, snowy Ohio). I admire her polymer clay bezels.

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  • reply Judy Dunn ,

    I love Rasa’s bumblebees. The perspective and color is perfect. I am with you on the need for some spring….the crocuses are up amid the snow here!

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