Memory wire stacked bracelets, so easy and so pretty. I love making these. Check out some of the few that I made currently on sale at my shop. I love how this one turned out... and it was sold within hours of my listing it, and that does wonders for the creative soul!
This bracelet was made with Turquoise rounds, natural seed Salwag beads and Tibetan brass capped Carnelian beads.
Did you sign up for the 8th annual Bead Soup Party? You have to sign up today, and only today. See you at the Party!
How about a $100 bead shopping spree? Hop on over to the Beading Gem's blog to sign up for a wonderful opportunity to sign up for a chance to win a $100 to shop at The Bead Shop. This is a great store, I have shopped there and they have a wide variety of beads, stringing material and a nice selection of tribal and ethnic beads and findings. Good luck!
I have been hopping around and reading and watching my fellow artisan bloggers as they made progress these past months. And I am in need of a serious jolt to kick start me to return to my blogging. I never stopped making jewelry, just spent much less time at the computer, other than to buy beads and to list my jewelry in my shop. I must say that I have spent a lot of time on Pinterest too and I am enjoying the inspiration I draw from the pins.
This weekend, I plan to wake from my slumber and hope to sign on to Lori Anderson's 8th Annual Bead Soup Party! Thank you, Lori for undertaking this massive project again this year. I have taken part in 6 of the past 7 and thoroughly enjoyed my experience. I hope to make this my 7th Bead Soup Party. So set your reminders and see you at the Bead Soup Party sign up!