Here's a patio view: Note the lack of stars, skulls, decayed flowers, festooning, and twisted twigs? Restraining myself a bit so it looks like a grown up lives here.
Ok, on to the fun. Here's the first part:
Going clockwise starting at 10 o'clock: pearly plastic flowers, vintage red plastic, vin. plastic rings, lilac and blue wood beads, glass flowers, brass caps, vintage baroque Marvella glass beads, vin. plastic pearl teardrops celluloid (I think) white flowers, vin. orange link (I have a few more I'll put in), vin. plastic cantaloupe drops, blue glass drops, wood links, vin. plastic yellow rice beads, red lampwork, plastic faux milk glass beads, Coro link/connector, rhinestone pin (missing a couple stones) plastic button
Bags: vin. navy plastic rounds, stones (brownish quartz beads, lava rounds, dalmation jasper), vintage plastic marble look set, african sand cast beads.
Below the bags is vintage silver lucite bumpy tubes; above the beads: glass, faux cotton pearls, bone shaped bone beads, soapstone beads, bone tubes, pointy top shell discs, yellow millefiori glass, big lampwork, a large handmade steel connector, MOP disc connectors, and a pair of vintage geometric dangles.
The next part:
The loose things are from a trade with Fanciful Devices--some good stuff she sent that I just haven't used yet that I thought should get used. That perforated metal thing could be a good pendant part. I just don't use hardware much. Makes no sense. Oh look--the little phone is calling his sweetheart.
Ok--so these are the main things I'll put in the outgoing bouncing box. There are also some things from the box that I'll leave in when I pass it on. So, if this looks like a lot of things you would like, just leave a message here, at fanci's forum, my email (email@example.com) or convo me at Etsy to let me know you're interested. If you happened upon my blog and have no idea what this is all about...this is a supplies exchange with a group of jewelry artists. We plan stuff mostly at the link above there called fanci's forum. The best way to get involved is to use the introduction thread there and introduce yourself with links to your Etsy shop, jewelry website, blog, etc.
Oh yeah--those little cataloupe beads in the first supplies photo are what I used to make these: