Sunday, January 17, 2010

Peace, Love & Bead Bloggers!

Gosh, it's that time again already, phew! That was a quick weekend!! The best part of a Sunday for me is getting to visit my blogging pals and share what some of them have been up to with everyone!

I really believe it gives me some extra momentum or motivation to keep moving forward. It would be nice to sit still for a little while, but then you miss out on lots of new and cool stuff.

It amazes me how much goes on in the bead and jewelry making world in the course of just one week... New products, new designs, new books, beautiful magazine covers and even new techniques!

Now I am even more excited to look through these blogs! Have a GREAT week!! :)
Lorelei's Blog: Inside the Studio Lorelei tests the waters with some new bead elements from Pork Chop Show.
Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done! I really think Barb Switzer is a super person and editor! I was thrilled when she interviewed me last year for the online newsletter, Simply Beads!
Strands of Beads Melissa has a fun time exchanging bead stashes with a friend to create a new bracelet.
The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton Inspired by a lampwork glass champagne-hued Basha Bead and a shibuichi mermaid pendant, Andrew creates a whimsical and sophisticated necklace. Jewelry Making Tammy has developed a quick link list to help you find the jewelry info you need.
Art Bead Scene January's Art Bead Scene Challenge is a snowy landscape with a solitary magpie painted by Monet.
Barbe Saint John - New Jewelry from Forgotten Artifacts Barbe will be tooting Jean's horn for her new book Steampunk Style at CHA.
Carmi's Art/Life World Carmi has a special Paris post on photographing jewelry.
Cindy Gimbrone, the Lampwork Diva Rewind: Cindy's Art Noveau inspired Stile Floreal bronze clay pendants.
Jean Campbell Oh, geez. Jean's tooting her horn again about her new book, Steampunk Style Jewelry...
Jewelry & Beading Cyndi wants to know, wanna be facebook friends?
Katie's Beading Blog See pix of Katie's workshop offerings for the Bead & Button Show in June. Registration opened this week and classes are already filling up!

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