Klassy Joolz – Offers a subdued color palette in golds and creams for her entry. With a mix of art beads and pearls for a luminous effect.
SilverRose Designs – A polymer clay focal is paired with enameled beads for a design that is pretty in pink (and purple).
Sweet Willow Designs – This polymer clay beadmaker shares how using different paints can create beautiful variations in her beads as she focuses on the lanterns and their glowing oranges in her bracelets.
Middle Earths Jewels – This necklace features a raku focal, chain and ribbon in a design that captures the color and mood of twilight.
EE Bead and Metal Works – This mother and daughter duo collaborate again on a spectacular enameled components and bead necklace.
Kiwiken – A necklace that incorporates scrapbook findings with a unique polymer clay focal bead and chain offer an Art Deco inspired feel. You can see how the focal bead was created in this post – lots of hidden layers are revealed.
Creatively Kym – A romantic design featuring a ceramic heart from Gaea is mixed with chain and fibers for a soft and feminine necklace.
Christine’s Bead Blog – A lovely mix of teals and cream surround a focal bead from the Classic Bead. Stop by and say hi to Christine, she is new to the Art Bead Scene community.
Cindy Dolez Designs – Want to see the perfect ‘lantern’ beads? Check out Cindy’s bracelet design for an earthy interpretation of our challenge painting.
Mary Harding Jewelry Bead Blog – It’s a mixed metals creation with a handcrafted ceramic pendant and toggle clasp by bead artist Mary Harding.
Palumbo Polymer Jewelry – An experiment in enamel creates a fun and colorful necklace for this month’s challenge.
Beads for Busy Gals – Wire lanterns are mixed with luscious ribbon for a very unique design.
My Life Under the Bus – An exploration in hushed pastels as we tip-toe through flowers and dragonflies to come across this necklace.
Kristi Bowman – Kristi captures the inner glow of our inspiration painting with glass beads and fire agate in teal. The floral bronze charm is one of Kristi’s bronze metal clay creations.
(If I missed your blog post, leave the link in the comments below and I will add you to the list.)