Hi!!!

Just a note to say how grateful I was for RCB "back in the day" and
how sad it is to know that a wonderful woman is gone. Hugs to all who
used to come here. I hope we can revive RCB and get to know each
other all over again :)
Hugs
DeMarie
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DeMarie
Couldn't say it any better so will just add a ditto, even tho' I'm late to this. Great bear hugs to all!
Vicki
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V²
Hi Vicki. In my hand I have a piece of a package that has your address on. Alas for the life of me I cannot remember what was in the package. Getting old, VBG. We must have exchanged something but I do remember doing a beaded pen for a Vicki. Nice to see you here. Hugs
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Shirley Shone
What is everyone making at present? I have just finished five bead embroid ery pendants. A large centre stone, and simple surrounding stitches. I am m eeting up with friends from 45 years ago.We are having time in Australia to gether. One is fron Christchurch and she really needs the break. In 1966 w e all travelled to UK from NZ by ship, which in those days was cheaper than flying. Six weeks at sea visiting Australia, Manilla, Singapore, HongKong , Naples,Egypt, going through the Suez Canal, Majorca and landing in a cold grey London.
I wish I could afford that trip now! Cheers, Jan
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jang
That sounds like a fantastic itinerie for your previous trip. I wish I could come to AU or NZ. I'm working on a beaded spirit doll, making polymer clay lentil beads and hand beads, and hand beads in ceramics this month. Also doing some bead embroidery around a pc face to make into a necklace. And I have a growing pile of beads, faces, and buttons in ceramics waiting for me to have a glazing week and do them all up. I'm enjoying ceramics, but the breakage rate is SO much higher than pc!! I'll get some pics next week to share.
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Sarajane
Look forward to seeing the pics. I still keep fondling the hands you sent me. I actually spoke to Jan over Skype Video connection a short while ago.
Hugs Shirley
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Shirley Shone
good! I'm making them in ceramics now, and some of those I coat with PMC silver and refire. I love them! Gotta make more, and I have a pile of about 100 that I'm finishing up now.Only about a dozen are silver yet, gotta get more PMC and make it into slip. Its always something! Boy howdy, is metal and ceramic harder to drill into a bead than polymer clay! Only thing worse must be glass, and you torcher-ous types seem to put your holes in as you go. Sarajane
I still keep fondling the hands you sent me.
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Sarajane

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