We named these tiny beads after the girl who discovered to make the skinny scraps of paper into tiny paper beads. Ghia, would pick up the scraps of paper that would fall off from the cutter from the sides of the ream of paper that was being cut. The tiny hands were perfect for rolling them into tiny beads. We don’t throw the scraps anymore, we make them into Ghia beads and they are great for beading projects such as this, The Ghia Necklace
This year, we are doing our annual School Supplies Drive for unfortunate Filipino Children. School opens in June, mostly kids from 7-10 year old will benefit from this annual event.