It's Sunday and my coffee cup is still half full as I write this. I love a slow morning. I was just looking back at the pictures from the wire wrapping workshop. The kids made some great pendants that I want to share with you so I'll post pictures this week. I really like this seed bead loopy loop embellishment (see detail above). Must do some more experimenting with that back in the laboratory. Speaking of, it's time to clock into my little work room. I hope you're having a wonderfully creative weekend. I'll see you tomorrow.
Here's this week's Bead Blogger Links....
About.com Jewelry Making
So, you finally have a jewelry web site up now. But why don't you have any sales?
Shakespeare inspires April's Challenge theme.
Melanie ponders acceptance, as well as rejection, as it applies to submitting beading articles to magazines
Jennifer Jangles Blog
Jennifer shows off a necklace made with her new ceramic beads.
How do you learn about designing if you didn't go to art school? Check out all these online resources and see how you can learn about the principles of design and apply them to your jewelry making!
Katie's Beading Blog
Katie wrote an article about vintage style for Craftrends magazine and it hits mailboxes this week. Are you a subscriber?
Even jewelry-making gals need to fix their britches once in a while. Check out the videos.
Naughty Secretary Club
Wanna win a contest or host your own craft show? I thought so.
Candie’s been “wrappin’” with the high school kids this week to create wire and found object pendants.
Whoa! What have we here? Jim's "lightshow garden" and a pair of chandeliers!
The Impatient Beader Margot received a lovely hand crafted gift from her good friend Jean Yates, come see and hear Jean talk about the gift and the materials she used to create it.