I count out the beads precisely as I work. Magic has rules. Magic always has rules. It's the metal beads I've put the spells on, of course; the glass beads would have taken me years! No, the metal beads are enough. Old magic, like the kind once used on ships - tying up the wind in rope, unknotting it when needed. I've spent the last few months traveling every place I could think to find magic, tipping it into the little metal beads, and stringing them on.
So in theory, the whole necklace should have enough magic to take me back. It's not emeralds, but those are a bit pricier over here. This should be enough, these three - magic number, three - strands of glass and magic.
It will be done soon. Soon I will go back.
Triune necklace by aVivaSedai. Three individual necklaces of seed beads in blue and green with
funky eclectic spacer beads can be braided together or worn separately.
Between 18-19 inches long, each two-stranded necklace can add fun and
color to your outfits!
I have no idea where my sponsorships are at. I'll have a better idea tomorrow afternoon.
Blogathon 2008. 24 hours of spontaneous fiction for BARCC.