July 19, 2009

Weekly Bead links

My new work from yesterday is now listed in my Etsy shop, including this bracelet! I love how this one turned out. I've been wearing it since I made it, it's fun to wear, and super comfy.
Thank you to everyone from yesterday's wonderful and supportive comments! I knew I could count on you to pick me back up! I love how close-knit the blogging community is and it's a lot of the reason why I keep blogging!
Please enjoy some of the other talented and creative blogging folks below!

A Bead A Day Can a piece of jewelry create a feeling of calm and happiness? Check out Lisa's starry bracelet made with "new jade" stones.

About.com Jewelry Making How has your web store experience been? Are there too many 3rd partry sites to sell or buy jewelry these days? Take the poll as a sell or buyer.

Art Bead Scene ABS Editor Heather is on the road. Check out her quick project!

Barbe Saint John Barbe reviews Simply Gemstones book

Beading Arts Cyndi shows you the steps to making a simple but sparkling necklace from CopprClay!

Carmi's Art/Life World Rub-ons and leather - a cool combination for this cuff sample.

Cindy Gimbrone aka The Lampwork Diva Gets Loopy Check out Cindy's new project in the summer edition of Step by Step Wire!

Drawing Dilemma Jean asks her friends about what drawing programs they use for beading illustrations

Earthenwood Studio Chronicles Lights, Camera, Action! Melanie tells a tale of her Beads, Baubles, and Jewels televison taping experience.

Lorelei's Blog: Inside the Studio Lorelei is giving away a necklace and a copy of Creative Jewelry!

Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done! Jean discusses finishing up the challenge "Use the Muse II" which was thought up by Scarlett Lanson, Rainbows of Light.com and Artbeads.com. She enjoyed it very much, particularly because it made her think!

Strands of Beads Melissa shows off a new variation of her lunar phases toggle

The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton Busier than a bee, Andrew shares fifteen new jewelry designs.

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