Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Bead Goddess was raised in Brooklyn and believes living in the NYC area gives her an edge separating her from other lampwork artisans. I think she may be right. A fashion mecca, she gets to see fashion before all of us do and her beads are designed to make a statement.
So all you jewelry makers out there who haven't worked with lampwork beads should consider looking at Brooklyn Bead Goddess's collection and to purchase some lampwork beads to make your own wearable art for yourself or to share.
You can find Brooklyn Bead Goddess all over the Internet.
Posted by Finding Charm at 7:13 AM
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
My Etsy shop requires a coupon code to receive your discount: 12Holiday20
My Artfire shop will automatically deduct the 20% off.
Enjoy and help me clear my stock!
Posted by Finding Charm at 3:00 PM
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
|Cracked Glass Earrings|
A Bead Thing is a fellow jewelry artisan, also known as Pam, at Handmade Artist. She particularly enjoys bead woven jewelry - an art I admire. She too makes affordable jewelry so everyone can indulge in something shiny. Jewelry was a saving grace for Pam. Utilizing her creative outlet allowed her to pull herself back up by the bootstraps and never look back. Read about her story and browse through her shop.
|Netted Butterfly by A Bead Thing|
Please connect with A Bead Thing:
Posted by Finding Charm at 7:38 PM
Monday, November 12, 2012
Anyone can join and participate in the HAF - it's free! I post my newest creations there for other members to comment on. There are categories specific to jewelry, crochet, and more. The HAF also has a variety of "rings" to participate in such as: Facebook, Twitter, and Blogging. They're lead by fellow members who are devoted to making each one a success. They're all well run and participated in. I look forward to the "rings".
You will not be disappointed once you hop on over to the HAF. You'll want to become a member and join the community to share and promote the love of handmade.
Before I forget - The Handmade Artist Shop (HAS) evolved from the forum. It is a storefront to sell handmade items. Check that out too. Small monthly fee to list and sell.