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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM
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  1. This is a neat blog. It is nice to see people so interested in gems and jewelry. I will back again and again!

  2. WOW, my first ever blog subscription........your the best. its nice to have a handmade jewelry blog. keep up the good work and ill keep reading and recomending.

  3. Welcome, Chourtnii! Enjoy my blog and the inspirations I write about.

  4. beadingbonnieAverizon.netSeptember 4, 2016 at 3:44 PM

    Just signed up for your emails. The beads are so yummy, how to decide what to order. How exciting to enter the $35 Giveaway for Fabulous Beads. My fingers are tingleing with excitement.

  5. I have an interesting item I'm trying to identify , would you be interested in seeing it? It is a bracelet., I thought at first it was cloisonné, ,but not sure now. It looks as if it is painted on clay discs. The metal may be gold plated .

    1. Not sure I can help, but sure send me a picture


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