Saturday, January 30, 2010

This Week's Project & Book Giveaway WINNERS!

This week's project is a necklace made with a stoneware pendant from that I featured earlier in the week.

I paired this gorgeously designed bead with some tiny glass pearls and plated chain from the craft store as well as some of the 6mm XILLION bicone crystals in light siam copper from Wow, that's quite a name isn't it?!! I do LOVE the word "Xillion"!! I actually believe I am pretty safe in saying that I have never met any swarovski crystal beads that I didn't like!!

The chains I used were both 18", but once I put it on, I realized I need to shorten it just a tad. I prefer necklaces with long pendants to be sized more as chokers.

Since my design concept changed as I was working with these materials, I still have one more LARGE stoneware pendant to share tomorrow, Yay!!

And now, the moment I have been anxiously awaiting.....the very first book giveaway WINNERS are:
I will be sending individual emails tomorrow requesting mailing addresses. Thank you all so much for all of your wonderful, encouraging and sweet comments!!! Stay tuned for more info on the next giveaway in a couple of weeks.

(Thanks to for assistance with making these selections.)

I hope everyone is having a fun and crafty weekend!!
FTC compliance disclosure: the item in this post from was provided as a promotional gift as part of their bead blogger program for review or design purposes.


horimarika said...

Such a great necklace! I love hearts..

Davinia said...

I'm a winner? Fantastic news, thanks so much Lisa, I can't wait to see your book. I'm so excited. I love the heart necklace too.

Cathryn said...

Woooooohoooooooooo to the Winners! Elizabeth is my beading partner for the Bead Party!

Love what you did with the necklace--it's simple but elegant!

Azure Islands Designs said...

Gorgeous necklace...don't you just love the stoneware pendants!!!


Createology said...

Love the stoneware heart necklace. Congratulations to the lucky winners. Keep creating...

JustATish said...

This is stunning!!!