Yes, we have small plastic bags everywhere. Boys, if you ever plan to get together with a woman doing beadcraft, prepare yourselves.
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CommentsI suppose it's not far removed from living with a drug dealer!
Well, at least she's not flushing the beads down the toilet if the doorbell rings unannounced...
Ah, but beads are just a stepping stone to the harder stuff and a life of addiction.
Working with beads leads to wanting to make beads. That means buying glass, a blow torch and a kiln. Once you have a kiln it isn't that far of a step to start doing pottery. Then, she'll figure out that the kiln for beads is too small for what she wants to do with pottery so you buy a bigger kiln (with both sitting happily next to each other in the garage). Then, since the new kiln is big enough for larger pottery items, she'll want a proper pottery wheel. Pottery will lead also lead her back to glass (for cool designs). After going back and forth here for a while she'll get bored and want to move on to something else (like sewing) leaving you to find a place for the kilns, blow torch, bead paraphernalia, tools, potters wheel, etc.
Oh wait, that's my life! :)