With Spring comes Spring Cleaning! In this post from our archives, Heather Powers shows some steps for creating an attractive and simple bead organization system.
Here are some of the things our beady friends are doing on this fine Spring day:
If you are looking for a way to use buttons and
sequins in a bracelet project, look no further! Bead blogger, Sarah of
Saturday Sequins, has some great examples to share!
Read the latest jewelry designer interview posted for the month of April.
A beautiful and ethereal painting by John William Waterhouse is the inspiration for the April Monthly Challenge
Cyndi is celebrating her travel fever by inviting readers to submit their travel-inspired work!
Carmi is happy when a clipboard becomes an essential tool for shamballa making!
Melanie gets reunited with a lost beady item that was greatly missed, all because of the kindness of a stranger.
There is always a tip or two to learn for anyone interested in working with resin.
Snap out of it, Jean! There’s beading to be done!
Jean is participating in an Alphabet Challenge,
but this week she is also giving away a copy of Japanese Beadwork, a
perfectly beautiful book which she reviewed earlier in the week. Stop by
and sign up by leaving a comment concerning the book!
Melanie Brooks is the ceramic beadmaker behind Earthenwood Studio, who blogs from her Metro Detroit, Michigan home.