100 Day Project Update: Faces 28 - 34
Nari Ward at the ICA

B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups

I was at Target recently and I purchased a big jar of pop-together beads.  Essentially, they're for little kids. You can make bracelets and rings and necklaces simply by "popping" the beads together.  When I took them home and put them together they were a bit too plastic looking for my tastes.  

from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups

So, I pulled out the spray paint and sprayed them white and then red and then black, flipping them around for each coat of spray paint.

from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups
from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups

Once they had dried, I assembled them into long strands.

from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups
from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups
from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups
from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups
from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups
from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups
from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups
from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups

Because the beads pop together, you can wear these strands multiple ways:

from the Balzer Designs Blog: B. Pop Arty Beads for Grownups

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