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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Turkish Blue Eyes Pt. 2

This week I'm doing Part 2 on the Turkish BLUE Evil eyes for BLUE MONDAY.

An assortment of Turkish BLUE Evil eyes........here you can see different colours. But the BLUE ones are everyone's favoutite.

These BLUE Evil Eyes can be bought in separate beads and made into bracelets, necklaces etc........

 My Sister in Law shopping.

 Little stores all filled up to the brim with the Turkish BLUE eyes.

 BLUE evil eye wagon wheel......

This is just one of the places that make those BLUE Evil Eyes.

 Such a hard and tedious job producing these BLUE Evil Eyes.

"WISHING TREE"....beautiful BLUE sky.

This is a tree outside a village where girls come and make a wish and hang a BLUE Evil Eye.
Hoping that she will find 'love and marriage.'
Thanks for stopping by.........

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  1. I Irene. Lots of pretty blues to share and thank you so much for popping in to see me.
    be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  2. Wow it's not easy to make these blue eyes. Awesome blue.

    Blue Monday

  3. Yes Kim...it is a hard job and very hot there.
    Happy Blue Monday!!!

  4. I never realized that there were so many. Happy Blue Monday, Ericka!

    1. Thank you Sally for hosting Blue Monday and yes those Blue Eyes are everything....

  5. Lovely, puts a smile on my face!

    My BLUE, have a nice day!

  6. I would dearly enjoy visiting these places. Love stones and jewelry.

  7. Blue evil eyes are so interesting. Beautiful photos. Thank's for sharing:)

    Visiting for Blue Monday! Here's mine-hope you can stop by:)


  8. Mrs. Burrito...glad it put a smile on your face.

    LV....some of them are a beautiful blue.

    Leah H........ Thanks for your nice comment.

  9. Thanks for sharing your post! It is neat! Joann

  10. Thanks so much for visiting:D Love the Blue Eyes.....multicultural art is something I have loved all my life and taught for years! The stories are fascinating.