Sunday, August 17, 2008

Lucky Charms in the Desperate Neighborhood

The Desperate Editor has a bone to pick with the Desperate Neighbors after last week. So she's gone to the back window of Jennifer Jangles where she knows she'll find empty Margarita glasses. Seems Jennifer is burning the midnight oil this time to create her annual Ten Weeks of Holiday Projects. To persuade her customers to ignore her tippling, she's offering new newsletter sign ups a chance to win her Lucky Charms bracelet.

Not satisfied that she's dug up enough dirt and gossip in the Desperate Neighborhood, The Desperate Editor turns her attention to the rest of the Bead Blogging World to see what's going on out there..... Jewelry Making
Tammy gives you some tips and jewelry project ideas for designing and making jewelry you can wear to work, even if your job's atmosphere is super up-tight.

Art Bead Scene Let your jewelry do the talking! Enter the Art Bead Scene's creative challenge!

BeadStyle Magazine
The staff shows off some of their favorite jewelry from the pages of BeadStyle magazine.

Carter Seibels for Divali Glass Jewelry
Carter ponders the organization of beads in the Bead Trust booth, and shares some new projects!

Jennifer Jangles Blog
Make Jennifer's Long, Dangle-y, and Jangle-y Earring Project

Jewelry & Beading Make a cigar box handbag...featuring beads, of course!

Katie's Beading Blog
Download one of Katie's projects over at Beading Daily. It's an icy confection of dichroic glass and matte seed beads.

Naughty Secretary Club The Naughty Secretary Club book is finally here. If you love your jewelry kitschy proceed immediately to Jen's blog.

Salt Shaker Bead
Carmi turns an odd collectible into something wearable.

Strands of Beads
Melissa finds that it's still easy to be green in August.

Have you heard any good dirt in the beading world? We'd love for you to share!

1 comment:

Miachelle said...

Just dropping by to let you know I've changed the url of my blog, and added a larger content focus as well. Hope things are going well for you...