Link Library with Melanie

  Qwerty Components by Earthenwood Studio 
The editors at Art Bead Scene and I would like to wish you a new year filled with hope, love, creativity, and of course BEADS!  Happy New Year, everyone!

 In the holiday rush, I overlooked last week’s Link Library, so here are lots of links for you to start your year!

A Bead A Day

Have you ever heard of 3-D Printing? How about
using 3-D printing to design jewelry? This post might boggle your mind a
little! (In a good way)!

About.com Jewelry Making

Don’t get hung up on hang tags. Learn some easy options for creating earring cards and hang tags.

Art Bead Scene

On the 6th Day of Christmas, Gaea posted a fun
beaded holiday card hanger project! Check out all 12 Days of Christmas
projects on the Art Bead Scene blog!

Beading Arts

It can be a bit hard to find nice ornament cover patterns that are free, so Cyndi has rounded up a few goodies for you!

Carmi’s Art/Life World

Carmi has a post about Natural Touch resin beads and making them your own.

Snap out of it, Jean! There’s beading to be done!

Jean discovered a wonderful way to boost your inspiration! It’s called DOTS–and you must get some! 🙂

The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton

Embrace the holiday spirit of giving and bid on
one of the fantastic “Artists Helping Artists” auctions going on to help
Penny of SparrowSalvage!

A Bead A Day

New year, new jewelry! Lisa’s working on a new piece to start the new year off right. What are you working on?

About.com Jewelry Making

Tammy shares some of her favorite jewelry tutorials from 2011.

Art Bead Scene

Check out the funky metallic necklace our weekly challenge winner Molly Alexander made using copper elements

Carmi’s Art/Life World

The holidays give Carmi the time to return to felting some special beads!

Snap out of it, Jean!There’s beading to be done!

Jean found out that Kim Miles, one of the
greatest art glass beaders in the USA, is having an ongoing sale! Check
Jean’s blog for details!

The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton

Andrew finally gets his torch-fired enameling station setup and embraces color on metal!  

Melanie Brooks is the ceramic beadmaker behind Earthenwood Studio, who blogs from her Metro Detroit, Michigan home.

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1 Comment

  1. Jewelry Display
    January 2, 2012 at 8:06 pm

    Nice necklaces! Great blog a lot of cool and useful information, keep up the good work!

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