July 26, 2009

Weekly Bead Links


A Bead A Day The new Swarovski Air Blue crystals are perfect for summertime jewelry making. Lisa has used them to represent a "happy day" in this ring and necklace set.


About.com Jewelry Making Rock clubs rock, literally, when you are looking for inexpensive, local jwelry making classes.


Art Bead Scene Tired of your liver of sulfur going bad? Check out this - Patina Gel!


Beading Arts The second part of Cyndi's tutorial on using CopprClay to create a necklace.


Carmi's Art/Life World Carmi introduces a vintage walnut to rhinestsones.


Cindy Gimbrone aka The Lampwork Diva Cindy takes on heavy metal in the studio. No, you won't need to cover your ears - just your hands!


Earthenwood Studio Chronicles Melanie takes some time to show off a few new resin and brass collage pendants!


Jean Campbell Jean visited Chicago and discovered a new beading technique using pleather and Conso


Katie's Beading Blog Take a sneak peek at Katie's newest beading book!


Lorelei's Blog: Inside the Studio Lorelei makes a fun Owl swap with a blog friend.


Snap out of it , Jean! There's beading to be done! Jean is wowed by Denise Peck's recent earring book, 101 Step by Step Wire Earrings! Get it and make some for YOURSELF!


Strands of Beads Melissa curls up with a few good books from Rings & Things


The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton After cleaning the studio, Andrew finds (and finishes) a long-lost PMC Floral Link Bracelet.

3 comments:

  1. Gawd you were up early. This was a good 45 minutes before I woke up to feed the cats before crawling back into bed. Took advantage of the empty house and somehow slept away the morning. So much for productive time on my torch this morning

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  2. Thank you for making such a nice, simple necklace with my green flower bead. I would love to trade some jewelry from you for my beads...
    Love your work. Sabine

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  3. Hey Sabine!
    I'm in for a trade, whenever! let me know what you'd like!

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