Wednesday, April 27, 2011

THAT COAT OF YELLOW

It's that time where everything - and I mean, every single thing - is coated with pollen. Since we do not have any air-conditioning at home - air-condition, by the way is quite un-German - our windows are left open to let in fresh air as well as these little flighty pollen. That coat of yellow signals that winter is definitely over with and spring is in full swing. We have been experiencing absolutely gorgeous weather for the past few weeks. No need to leave home this year to enjoy the sunshine as far as I am concerned.

Let me leave you with some of my beads that I made over the past week. I shall see you in about two weeks' time. I leave on Friday for Phoenix, Arizona, to teach lampwork and am looking very forward to meeting very friendly ladies at the classes!


Sweets, yellow-green

Sweets, orange

Sweets, green

Sweets, purple

Bull's Eye, monochromatic


Caramels, mini set

Lining Up, mini set

Flowers, mini set

Flying South, mini set

Lush

Deep Thoughts

Little Geisha, Tomonau series


Little Geisha, Tomonau series



Little Geisha, Tomonau series



Little Geisha, Tomonau series



8 comments:

SueBeads said...

All of your beads are gorgeous, as usual! Have a great trip!

felirano said...

Atemberaubend schöne Perlen!!!
Liebe Grüße
Felicitas

TesoriTrovati said...

Oh goodness! You are in full swing, Miss Dora! Those first beads made me think of the song about the itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, yellow polkadot bikini! And that color profile on that cranberry and light blue set is to die for, especially the one with the cherry blossoms it looks like. And those little geishas! I so would love to get one to sit on the shelf and keep me company! I love them all! Have a great time in Arizona! Enjoy the day!
Erin
P.S. love the fresh look of your blog too!

Claire Maunsell said...

I wish I could travel to Phoenix to take your class....have a great trip!

Dora Schubert said...

Thank you, all! Yes, I will definitely have a good time teaching in Phoenix.

Lisa Gatz said...

Such beauties!! I would love to take a workshop from you.
Oh the pollen...after a very cold spring, we're inundated with oak pollen here in the hills. So no open windows for us for a couple of weeks.

Jen V. said...

Hi Dora...I'm a huge fan and did a little tribute post...I hope toes aren't too gross for you!! haaaaaaaaaaaaa
http://jenjuddrocks.blogspot.com/2011/05/pretty-feets.html
Take care!!!
Jen

Dora Schubert said...

Jen, thanks for the toe job, love it! You crack me up!!! We can say that now I'm definitely "on your toes all time time"!