Monday, January 13, 2014

Amuse Your Muse Monday with Rebecca of Songbead


Happy Monday everyone! We're starting this year off with *RED*, in all its glorious shades - coral through to deep burgundy. 

Here are some beautiful ceramic beads that Desiree found for us:



Couldn't you just eat them?

Monique really went to town with this theme and found us a whole bunch of yummy art beads from all over the world. Thank you Monique! Brace yourself for a whole lot of awesome.....



African Whimsey  (South Africa)


Nadin Art Glass (Israel)


Fey Glass (Australia)



Share your red art bead links in the comments below - I can't wait to see what you'll find! 


And now for the BeadBlogger Links:






























Cherie Burbach



Rebecca is a Scottish jewellery designer, currently living in Belfast, Northern Ireland. You can read more about her and her work at her blog, songbeads.blogspot.com and see more of her jewellery at songbead.etsy.com. She also has a supplies shop at thecuriousbeadshop.etsy.com.

6 comments:

Betsi Goutal said...

Awesome finds! I wanna play... here's a few red beads from some of my favorite bead artists:

Red Spikes from raggedRobyn

Red Bead Caps from BeadsByEarthTones

Betsi Goutal said...

Awesome finds! I wanna play... here's a few red beads from some of my favorite bead artists:

Red Spikes from raggedRobyn

Red Bead Caps from BeadsByEarthTones

Monique (A Half-Baked Notion) said...

Oops, I may have overwhelmed you, Rebecca! The first shop should read
A Polymer Penchant (never fear, the link does take you to the correct listing). I don't have a shop of my own to maintain, which may explain why I have loads of time to ogle the pretties of other artisans LOL

Rebecca said...

Thanks so much for the correction Monique! I'm off to alter that now :-)

A Polymer Penchant said...

Oh I a late seeing this, thank you so much Monique and Rebecca! You ladies rock, these are great finds

Work Of Our Hands said...

Wow thanks for using my projects beads ! We are in Namibia just above South Africa and the beads were made by the ladies in Work of Our Hands project.
www.workofourhands.blogspot.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/AfricanWhimsey
Val