December 15, 2010

Reminder Post!


I am here to remind you that Friday Dec 17th, is the reveal date for the current Michael's Reader Challenge!  Click that link if you need to catch up on what's happening.
The basic bottom line- buy the beads in that post, at Michaels....
create a necklace, use your own stash to supplement 2 extra types of beads, a clasp and a focal.
But this isn't really a strict rule, so go nuts!


This is a sneak peek of mine. See you Friday!

(oh, and if you don't have a blog, send your photos to my email and I'd be happy to post them for you!)

7 comments:

  1. I finally made mine last night and I will photograph it tomorrow. I can't wait to see what everyone has come up with! Love the touch of red in yours!

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  2. I finished my challenge piece! Can't wait for you to see what I did! Add me to the list!!!

    Yours looks pretty all piled up! Love the red, it really pops!

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  3. I've been swamped with custom orders, shows and a studio reorganization project--also I couldn't find some of the beads. I'll leave you a message tomorrow if I have to bow out. I look forward to seeing what everyone came up with!

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  4. Love your sneak peak!Looks great - I adore the chain you have used. I hope you do a challenge with a mail order company one day - I would love to join in!

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  5. I just finished mine this morning. Please add me to the list. maryhardingjewelrybeadblog.blogspot.com
    love your sneak peak. Red is a great addition.

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  6. Mine's ready and waiting!! I'm about to start the blog post so it'll mostly be ready to go in the morning. I also did a sneak peek on my blog today too!
    Can't wait to see what everyone came up with!

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  7. I am finishing mine up as we speak and will take the pics late tonight. I could not find the faceted pearl beads so I used another black MOP bead.

    I'm so stoked about this...the red is lovely I do agree...he he!

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