Every so often, I take a look at our new fans. What would the Art Bead Scene be without her readers? I click on the fans at the left of the blog and meet new jewelry designers, beadmakers and all round beadaholics. Today, I thought I’d post one of the new jewelry designers I’ve met by clicking on the ABS fans. Meet jewelry designer Serena Trent whose blog is entitled All Things made Jewelry.
I love the quote she’s posted at the top of her blog from George Bernard Shaw, “Life isn’t about finding yourself, it’s about creating yourself.”
Serena’s work was featured in the November 2010 issue of Bead Trends. Seems like we’ll be seeing more of Serena and her jewelry designs.
Thanks for joining our fans, Serena!
We’re all fans of the Bead Bloggers so let’s go check out what they’ve been up to this week!
A Bead A Day
Do you ever use Swarovski Prisms in your jewelry pieces? Stop by A Bead A Day to share your experiences!
About.com Jewelry Making
Get all your jewelry supplies and other crafting goodies organized with these great tips.
Art Bead Scene
The Art Bead Scene reviews the monthly challenge winners for 2010.
Here’s an idea for bead embroidery that bead weavers will absolutely love!
Beading & Books
Would you like to attract more readers for your blog or more customers for your online shop? Michelle shares 5 tips for getting started with SEO, search engine optimization.
Carmi’s Art/Life World
Carmi creates a focal piece from chandelier glass.
Cindy Gimbrone aka Lampwork Diva
It’s time for Cindy’s Annual Studio Sale or the Saga of the Neverending Beads!
Earthenwood Studio Chronicles
The start of the new year is also the beginning of a new series of blog posts about experimenting with materials for Melanie with her new series: Response Saturdays.
Snap out of it, Jean! There’s beading to be done!
Tammy Powley has a new book out and Jean has the info on it! It looks like it will be a MUST for everyone’s jewelry design library!
The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton
This week’s installment of Thursday Giveaway includes some luscious, turquoise-colored stone beads from Auntie’s Beads! Find out how you can win them!