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Old 2011-12-15, 8:29pm
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OMG, you all. I am sooo sorry I did not see this post to reply. I posted these a little bit ago and then life got busy. I would sure love to do a tutorial if anybody were to be interested. If any of you are on facebook, you can add me (Sandra Quiring) and I'll accept you as a friend and we can yack some more about this. What a wonderful end to my day to see the compliments you all had made. Thanks again and hope all is having a great holiday season. lol... FiredDesires.... bead porno... You crack me up. There are more pics on my facebook page. Long story short, my credit card got stolen and I could not get a new one reissued in time to pay for my website - and they cut me off.... SO, at some point, I will have to try and do another website..... sigh
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Old 2011-12-16, 6:55am
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I was going to suggest too the same that kmd did... buy stickers, or use the hole punch... well, the holes that get cut off, and stack them in patterns. Then just trace back. While it might not be the exact way your glass is going to behave, it will give you the idea of dot replacement to create some patterns. Have fun, most wonderful things come as a surprise!
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Old 2011-12-16, 9:00am
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Sandra (SandyQ), I also love your beads, they are really beautiful. I would certainly be interested in a tutorial. I will try to find you on Facebook.

Lyne (also from Canada!)
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Old 2011-12-16, 11:34pm
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SandyQ those are breathtaking I am drooling. I will look you up on FB. I would love to see a tut on how you make those
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Old 2011-12-18, 5:50pm
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Lyne and Jkincaid10, I'd be happy to have you on facebook. Again, I am Sandra Quiring on facebook. I'll get to working on a tutorial after the holidays. I have never done a tutorial so this should be a fun experience
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Old 2011-12-18, 8:19pm
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I would so be interested in a tutorial. Dots are one of my favorite things to do lol.
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Old 2012-01-01, 11:21pm
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Looking forward to this Tutorial.. Hope this would be available sooner SandyQ.. Masked dots or stacking interest my Grandma a lot.. So it will be a nice gift for her this coming February.. Hope you could update us if it's already release..

Thanks for all the Tips it was really pleasure joining this Forum..
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Old 2012-01-01, 11:30pm
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Would LOVE a tute on this! AWESOME!

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Old 2012-01-02, 6:24am
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wow!! i would love a tutorial to make those too!! Fantastic!!
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Old 2012-01-05, 11:16am
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Still waiting for Updates.. Hope she could finish the Tuts.. Excited much..
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Just a suggestion, learn how to do paper marbeling or it's fancier cousin, Ebru.

It'll give you some idea of how things look when colors flow into each other.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azqBULCfAFk
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Whoa! I watched that link on Ebru and that was amazing!!! I kept wondering what the guy was going to do with all that paint floating on the water. That was like magic when he lifted up the paper or canvas and pulled the picture right off the surface of the water!!!
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Old 2012-01-08, 10:22am
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That was truly artistic.. Thanks for the link menty.. I love to try it sometimes.. But first I need more information in cool artistic work at water..

Is it cold, hot or warm water he's using? well i guess i need to have some research on it..
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Old 2012-01-08, 2:43pm
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You remember the inside covers of the old books, the ones with marbled images? Thats how they are done too, I did some book binding in art school, and we did all those ourselves too, it is ton of fun... and mess!
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Old 2012-01-08, 6:06pm
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got most of the beads for the tutorial made. Just writing it up. Hope to have it done in a couple weeks. I work full-time outside the house - so I am working here and there at this when I get the time
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Old 2012-01-08, 6:10pm
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PIA KAVEN, you are absolutely brilliant! lol I worked for 4 hours one day making step-by-step beads. I have a couple more to make. My eyesight has gone a bit on the fritz for me (need stronger glasses AGAIN), so I am having a heck of a time getting the detail that I want for the tutorial. Bear with me - I'll git-er-done soon I hope

Thank all of you for showing such interest in these beads. I stumbled upon them accidentally while playing at the torch.
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Old 2012-01-08, 6:27pm
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Old 2012-01-10, 7:36am
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Way to go Sandy.. Thanks for the Update..

@Pia Kaven Can you link us the Thread of your past works..? Hope you have some images there.. Thanks
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Oh wow... I think you guys have mistaken me for someone else... I used lots of dots in the past, but mainly just stacked, and variations of them. I don't think I have posted anywhere my old work, but you can see some of my old dot beads in my profile. There's an album you can browse, but it is all old work and haven't been updated for ages! Those beads just happen to be really simple.
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Old 2012-01-11, 12:54am
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Just seen your Blog on your siggy.. Your Murrini is simple but quite elegant..



Hope you will not get angry with me if i post your work here..
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Old 2012-01-11, 12:02pm
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Actually that murrini is made by me, but the bead was made by my friend Donna. And thank you for the nice comment!
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Actually that murrini is made by me, but the bead was made by my friend Donna. And thank you for the nice comment!
Wow your such an Artist.. It just transcend from your previous work.. Just been to your etsy site and your works seems to be all great..
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Old 2012-01-15, 9:25pm
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Murinis are not my friend - I need therapy regarding them I leave that to the pros! PRETTY PRETTY they are, that is for sure!
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Old 2012-01-15, 9:28pm
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Esantos15, thank you so much for your kind words, I am totally blushing here!

Sandy, murrinis are easy, don't over heat them, work slowly until you figure out how it works for you, and you'll be a pro in no time!
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Murinis are not my friend - I need therapy regarding them I leave that to the pros! PRETTY PRETTY they are, that is for sure!
As Pia said tuts are very helpful.. also Youtube Tuts for most reliable sources..

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Esantos15, thank you so much for your kind words, I am totally blushing here!

Sandy, murrinis are easy, don't over heat them, work slowly until you figure out how it works for you, and you'll be a pro in no time!
Do you have some tuts available since you're the Pro if we're talking Murrini..
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I actually have murrini cookbook, it is not exactly about applying murrinis, it is more about the recipes, how to make murrini. I second the tutorials on YouTube, you will find lots of tutorials there, and once you know how to apply them, you will most likely wanna learn to make your own. That's when my tutorial will be more help.

I actually change my technique depending on a murrini, and I can explain it to you once I'm not on my phone. typing on iPhone can be painful!

I don't want to hi jack the thread... Sorry
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Old 2012-01-18, 10:19pm
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Oh yeah I forgot that this thread is Masked dots tutorials...

Hope this help to all viewers...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vf961G3xaPs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlvsfJMtQ7k
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Old 2012-01-22, 7:13pm
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Can't wait for the masking tutorial. Sandy your beads are beautiful!
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Old 2012-01-26, 7:02pm
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Thanks, Abisker! :O) You all are very kind! I am getting ready to put the tutorial up - Just waiting on the "okay" from where I got my pokers LOL. She is reviewing the tutorial now - Thanks for all the encouragement from you all! I will put it in a separate thread I think
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Old 2012-01-26, 8:57pm
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The tutorial is up - it is called "Raked Dot Bead Tutorial" It is under "paid tutorials"
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