Your beaded fuchsias are wonderful again. They have them here in lots of different colours, they are very popular as garden and balcony plants. Valerie
OMG!!! these are just stunning. You have out done yourself.Nicole/Beadwright
Isn't it funny how things are regional. My MIL's yard is full of these and she lives in SoCal.Lovely. I might have to think about getting some for C she loves fuchsias.
Your bead work is amazing. White I've seen the various colors the one in the first photo you posted is the one I'm most familiar with.Darla
Absolutely stunning! Ditto to what everyone else has stated too!
Deb, fantastic my friend ;o) Love them all, but I have to admit, the hot pink one is my favorite! I think it's because we have that kind here. Big Hugs, hope everything is well ;o)
Nature can be a wonderful muse! Love your fushias. :-)
I can't believe how much catching up I needed to do. It was fun just reading abut your flowers when you went to Hearst Castle. That really WAS a magical place, no matter which tour(s) you took.I had no idea these were called "Fushia." I've always heard them called "Bleeding Hearts." Regardless, you did a great job of capturing them on film, and a super job of beading them. They are simply incredible.
Absolutely magnificent. BJ
Gorgeous inspiration for your creations! Love the fuchsia!
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