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October Monthly Challenge Winners

Thank you to all our readers who participated in this month’s challenge. It’s so nice to see you using our new gallery! If you haven’t signed up for your free account, click here.

Now on to our winners! This month our two winners were randomly selected from all the jewelry entries.

 

Our first winner is Barbara Hanselman/BHClaysmith. Barbara used art bead donuts that she made using underglazes and tumbled Wasser glass. You can see more of Barbara’s art on her website and on Etsy.

Allegory Gallery created a prize that coordinates with our monthly challenge valued over $50, shown above.

Visit Allegory Gallery on FacebookEtsyTwitterInstagramAndrew Thornton’s Blog and Allegory Blog. Thank you, Andrew and William, for being awesome sponsors!

Our second winner is Lise Anderson/Raspberry Fields Design.  Lise’s necklace features a focal bead from Golem Studio, also strung with recycled glass, carved bone, Czech glass leaves, squares and seed beads in Picasso finish, small fire polish in Persian turquoise, and vintage lucite honeycomb beads. You can see more of Lise wonderful jewelry on her website.

 

Lise you are the lucky winner of over $50 in buttons from Creative Impressions In Clay.

 

 

Our Winner from the Bead Entries of the Monthly Challenge is Deborah Schlegel of Stoney Pointe Studio. She has won a Month of Advertising here on Art Bead Scene. Please e-mail an image and link for your ad.
**Bead/Component and Jewelry entries are all entered in the gallery. We are no longer using Pinterest for submissions.**

View all our entries in the October Challenge Gallery here.

Click on the ‘read more’ to read about the entries, visit the blogs of our designers, leave comments and heart your favorite entries.

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2 Comment

  1. Reply
    Terri G.
    November 5, 2017 at 7:32 pm

    Congratulations ladies! Beautiful work!

  2. Reply
    Lise Anderson
    November 6, 2017 at 2:20 pm

    How exciting! Thank you so much. I make a lot of whimsical jewelry with nature themes, so I cannot wait to use the buttons. they are just fantastic!

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