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These colorful earrings are so light and comfortable you can wear them all the time. Offered is a handcrafted gorgeous pair of blue Picasso glass beads and seed bead dangle earrings suspended with antique bronze wires. Earth and classy, the natural look will go well with Boho, Hippie or Southwest fashions! These are quite small, measuring only one inch long and half an inch wide. Earrings dangle measures 1 3/4" from top of the ear-wires to the bottom of the earrings. Ear wires are also made by made. As with all of my pieces, I do not recommend wearing while bathing, swimming or playing sports.

Magnet beadwork kit "Spray for you" Girls Craft by Netfox Group

  • Number of beads: 373 PC.
  • Scale Level: low complexity, for beginners and kids 8+
  • Number of colors: 6

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Beaded embroidery is relaxing and very aesthetic hobby. You will get terrific result with tiny efforts - unique piece of art. Magnet beaded do-it-yourself embroidery kit was designed for partial beadwork (pre-printed on the cotton canvas with small dots marking the position for each colored bead). The beads give these images additional visual volume, depth, light effects and life. Beaded embroidery is easy and quick. Good project for kids and teens.


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55. DIY: WONDERFUL RAINBOW beaded Earrings in HUICHOL Pattern !!! Thumbs UP!!!

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  • Preserving Accustomed Skills: Statewide Program Supports Those Who Practice, Teach Cultural Crafts

    09/07/17 ,via Centralia Chronicle

    19, 2017 photo, the trip the light fantastic toe regalia work of Dorris Shippenpower is displayed alongside other artists with the Yakama Nation who showcase traditional beadwork, leather goods, saddle and skip regalia and other works during an event at the Yakima Valley

  • Morongo Powwow will introduce dance, music and culture to guests

    09/20/17 ,via Press-Enterprise

    is coming up Friday, Sept. 22. About 25,000 people are expected. Entr and parking are free. The event will highlight traditional Native American dance, music and art. A parade called the Grand Entrance, which features hundreds of dancers and

  • Routine supports those who practise, teach cultural crafts

    09/10/17 ,via Jamaica Gleaner

    The ball regalia work of Dorris Shippenpower is displayed alongside other artists with the Yakama Nation who showcase traditional beadwork, leather goods, saddle and cut a rug regalia and other works during an event at the Yakima Valley Museum in Yakima

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  • Inky Hills Golden Egg Bake

    bacon, baking powder, sausage, butter, cheddar cheese, eggs, flour, green pepper, monterey jack cheese, salt

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south africa - zulu reed th ceremony
Zulu Reed Gambol Ceremony. Once a year, in the heart of South Africa's Kingdom of the Zulu, thousands of people make the long voyage to one of His Majesty’s, the King of the Zulu nation's royal residence at KwaNyokeni Palace. Here, in Nongoma, early every September month, unfledged Zulu maidens will take part in a colourful cultural festival, the Royal Reed Dance festival - or Umkhosi woMhlanga in the Zulu jargon. Steeped in the history of the rise of the Zulu kingdom under the great King Shaka, the Reed Dance festival has been tirelessly famous by countless generations, and attracts thousands of visitors from throughout the country and from across the world. A dignified traditional ceremony, the Reed Th festival is at same time a vibrant, festive occasion, which depicts the rich cultural heritage of the Kingdom of the Zulu and celebrates the proud beginning of the Zulu people. The Reed Dance is also a celebration of the Zulu nation and performs the essential role of unifying...
Photo by Retlaw Snellac Photography on Flickr
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south africa - zulu reed dancing party ceremony
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Photo by Retlaw Snellac Photography on Flickr
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south africa - zulu reed bop ceremony
Zulu Reed Romp Ceremony. Once a year, in the heart of South Africa's Kingdom of the Zulu, thousands of people make the long trek to one of His Majesty’s, the King of the Zulu nation's royal residence at KwaNyokeni Palace. Here, in Nongoma, early every September month, boyish Zulu maidens will take part in a colourful cultural festival, the Royal Reed Dance festival - or Umkhosi woMhlanga in the Zulu diction. Steeped in the history of the rise of the Zulu kingdom under the great King Shaka, the Reed Dance festival has been tirelessly famed by countless generations, and attracts thousands of visitors from throughout the country and from across the world. A dignified traditional ceremony, the Reed Leap festival is at same time a vibrant, festive occasion, which depicts the rich cultural heritage of the Kingdom of the Zulu and celebrates the proud cradle of the Zulu people. The Reed Dance is also a celebration of the Zulu nation and performs the essential role of unifying...
Photo by Retlaw Snellac Photography on Flickr