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Single-Strand Necklace with Circle of Hope Handmade Glass Beads

The beautiful beads donated for the Circle of Hope Necklace IV were crafted into a unique necklace by Fire Mountain Gems and Beads Customer Service Representative Marlynn, who says, "It's an honor to work on this necklace." She has her own special reasons for donating her time and labor to the creation of this years Circle of Hope Necklace IV: Marlynn is a breast cancer survivor herself. Many years ago, she battled the disease to a standstill and she's been in remission ever since. Congratulations, Marlynn, you're an inspiration!

The 66 beads in this necklace were created and donated by 20 talented artists.Thank you to these caring bead designers, who have made the Circle of Hope Necklace IV possible.

Thank you to the talented and generous artists who donated one-of-a-kind art beads to the 2004 Circle of Hope project, in support of breast cancer research.


Elaine LaFlex-Green



Ellen M. Ringenberger



Ginny Sycuro



Hans Hanawahine
Kokko



Jacqui Collins-Parker



Jane Smith
Littleton, Colorado

 


Lucinda (Cindy) Brown
Cindybeads



Mardi Brown
Bastet's Beads



Michele McManus
Epiphany Art



Michelene A. Berkey
Tigress Design Studio



Nat Havens
Grand Beads



Phyllis Kenyon



Rae Grout
SonShyne Design



Roxanne Taylor
Gecko Moon



Tab Berkey
Circle B Glass



Tamara Domenico



Terry Barker



Tony Gonzalez and Ed Moss



Vilma M. Dallas
Dallas Designs



Wendy Low
Archer, Florida

The pieces featured in the Gallery of Designs are copyrighted designs and are provided for inspiration only. We encourage you to substitute different colors, products and techniques to make the design your own.

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