June is the month often known for it's gloomy weather and therefore has gotten the name "June Gloom." But that was not the case for us here this year. We did get rain, but we also got glorious sunshine. The combination of rain and sunshine gave us an early growing season. The plants really did thrive.
So to reflect the month of June for my Bead Journal Project I chose one of my dichroic glass cabs that I had called River Scene. The rippling surface of the cabochon reminded me of a painter's rendition of the scene at a river - rushing waters and lush vegetation. I surrounded the cab with beads and fringe in an effort to keep the rippling effect going. If it weren't for mosquitoes, I think it would be a great place to have a picnic.
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