Monday, November 17, 2008

Beady Things to Do


Check this out...if you're in the South Florida area and you're not part of this guild, you are missing out. I have had the opportunity to teach a workshop for the South Florida Jewelry Arts guild and let me tell you they are a great bunch of people. This guild brings in instructors from all over the country for workshops. They are having their annual Gala Thursday night to raise money for workshops and charitable projects. Here a link to learn more....
South Florida Jewelry Arts Guild


About.com Jewelry Making
Looking for some early holiday jewelry ideas? Start now with these simple projects that will appeal to a range of fashion tastes.

Art Bead Scene: Stick or Non-Stick at Studio Saturday?
This weeks Studio Saturday is a peek into the messy studio of Lynn Davis.

BeadStyleMag.com
Naomi from BeadStyle visits Target and suggests that you can create jewelry that is as current as theirs.

Carmi's Lucky Chips Necklace
Carmi glams up some old poker chips for this new necklace.

Contacting New Venues
Another Marketing Monday and Barbe gives some tips about how to contact new venues to sell your work.

Carter Seibels for Divali Glass Jewelry
Carter talks about the importance of getting yourself out there!

Jennifer Jangles Blog
Jennifer is showing a easy brooch project.

Jewelry & Beading
Cyndi doesn't often play with clay, but she figured out how to make a really easy pendant that she really likes!

Naughty Secretary Club
Do you tune in to watch Mad Men each week? Ever pay attention to the jewelry the ladies in the office wear? You might just spot a Naughty Secretary Club Pencil Pusher Necklace.

Savvy Crafter-Candie Cooper
Warm up your Thanksgiving table with these festive fall candle holders.

Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done!
Jean is all kinds of entertained reviewing Jennifer Perkins' book, The Naughty Secretary Club

Strands of Beads
Melissa remembers an important trip through the (what else?) beads she collected.

Venetian Glass = Yummy!
Katie adds Venetian Glass into the mix to create a new fall favorite. Check it out!
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2 comments:

  1. Just wanted you to know, I just ordered your book! I'm excited to get it. Hoping I can use my glass bead kiln for clay!?!??!

    Thanks!

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