Sunday, June 16, 2013

Show Me Sunday - Word Beads with Rebecca of Songbead

Happy Sunday to you all! Hope you are having a lovely day, whatever and wherever you are today. Are you celebrating with the father-figure in your life? Are there any dads out there reading this blog? I have a feeling there are a few more mums, sisters, wives and daughters on here, than dads and brothers. I'd love to be proved wrong though - let us know if you are out there, dads, and if you are celebrating your special day with beads! 

A few special word beads to share with you today:

 Fun polymer letters, from Bead Soup Beads. I love the red/orange/yellow splashes on the urban grey. Very different, in a very good way!

These connectors are just the prettiest shade of aqua. They are in Sugar Paws' Stash Shoppe, but originally created by ABS favourite, Melanie Brooks of Earthenwood Studio. Snatch a bargain!

And brand new from the Queen of Art Bead Scene, these inspirational connectors from Heather Humblebead Powers! Aren't they just gorgeous? One of a new series - hop over to her shop and check out the whole range!

Don't forget to leave us your word bead links in the comments below! I'd love to see what you've been creating combing beads and words. 

And now for the Beadblogger links. Happy Sunday!

A Bead A Day 
Ever have a reese's cup moment when designing a piece of jewelry? Lisa is sharing her latest. Jewelry Making 
A pretty pattern on a bag prompted the design for a new necklace. 

Art Bead Scene 
ABS editor Tari selects Susan McClelland's quirky, art bead-filled design for her Designer of the Week piece. Check out Susan's gorgeous necklace! 

Beading Arts 
Aren't found objects fun? Join Cyndi to see what she does with ceramic insulators! 

Resin Crafts Blog 
You can replicate the look of kiln fired clay with air drying resin clay and brass stencils! 

Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done! 
Jean previews an exciting blog hop and reveal hosted by Carmi Cimicata, using Dazzle-it's great new Chinese Knotting book by Fernado DaSilva! Come see the excitement! 

The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton 
Andrew created a pair of summery earrings for a customer. Check them out! 

Rebecca is a Scottish jewellery designer, currently living in Manchester, England. You can read more about her and her work at her blog, and see more of her jewellery at She also has a supplies shop at


m.e. said...

I was so inspired by this theme,I started making my own word beads !
I'll be adding new ones to my shop all week,
Here's today's listing

:) Mary Ellen aka m.e.

Kathy Lindemer said...

I love them all. You put together a great collection.

maryharding said...

Great theme Rebecca. I have been making some new word beads here:
and here
and here

all posted in Etsy now.
Thanks for inviting us to participate.