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If you know what you want you can email or call me with your order and I can have it ready when you get here.
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It's not a bad idea to call first-- (515)288-2289 (if I don't answer right away, I just didn't make it to the phone, leave a message and I'll call right back!)




***This page really needs to be updated! They are all about 3 years old! I'll work on that soon***

Here are some [OLD]pictures from my little workspace (aka: Studio!) It really IS the on the porch--attached to the house. It's supposed to be like a mud room or something. Who needs a place to wipe their feet when I need a place to make BEADS!

Ok, so this is my area after just having been cleaned! I know I know, but it's true. That cookie sheet full of random stringers...well, I guess I'm just holding out for the stringer fairy to come along and seperate all of those for me. It's hard back up far enough to even get at a good angle to take pictures of my work area--there just isn't enough room! That's a reflection of ME in the mirror. Me taking a picture of me taking a picture of me taking a picture....

This is Super Barbie. She reigns over the Torch Porch from her perch on the exhaust fan. Royal huh? She's wearing a custom made (in the 70's) koolat jumper with beaded bracelet and peace necklace. What a fashion goddess.

Playmobil people are abundant in my house. Here's a picture of one that is stationed on my frit shelf. See that wad of glass to the right of the flower basket? That's what happens whan a "Gobstopper" goes awry! The colors are nice though....

And well, this is me. Hard at work. Alex (he's 13) loves to go around with the camera shooting pictures of people at their most vunerable.

Another one of me working. This one was taken from OUTSIDE the house looking in on the Torch Porch. See, I told you it was hard to get far enough away to get a good picture!

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This page was created 9-8-03 by Tera Belinsky-Yoder and last updated 11-11-06. Copyrightę 2008 Beads By Tera B./Beadygirl Beads. All Rights Reserved