Sunday, April 6, 2008

As The Bead Turns... this week's episode, The Art Bead Scene neighbors have noticed that Earthenwood Studio has "given birth" to some new Pea Pod babies! How did Earthenwood Studio keep the Pea Pod babies a secret?! The neighbors think because they were hidden in the garden!

(Remember As The Bead Turns is a bead soap opera written for fun, like the television programs, it is acting and Earthenwood Studio has not really given birth.)

So sit back with your box of bon-bons and enjoy the soap opera-like drama and gossip in the bead and design world.... Jewelry Making
So, you finally have a jewelry web site up now. But why don't you have any sales?

Art Bead Scene
Shakespeare inspires April's Challenge theme.

Earthenwood Studio Chronicles
Melanie ponders acceptance, as well as rejection, as it applies to submitting beading articles to magazines

Jennifer Jangles Blog
Jennifer shows off a necklace made with her new ceramic beads.

Jewelry & Beading
How do you learn about designing if you didn't go to art school? Check out all these online resources and see how you can learn about the principles of design and apply them to your jewelry making!

Katie's Beading Blog
Katie wrote an article about vintage style for Craftrends magazine and it hits mailboxes this week. Are you a subscriber?

Make It Mine Magazine
Even jewelry-making gals need to fix their britches once in a while. Check out the videos.

Naughty Secretary Club
Wanna win a contest or host your own craft show? I thought so.

Savvy Crafter
Candie’s been “wrappin’” with the high school kids this week to create wire and found object pendants.

Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done!
Whoa! What have we here? Jim's "lightshow garden" and a pair of chandeliers!

The Impatient Blogger
Margot received a lovely hand crafted gift from her good friend Jean Yates, come see and hear Jean talk about the gift and the materials she used to create it.

That's As The Bead Turns for today.
Did you read or write any good dirt on a bead blog this week?
Did you remember to stop by yesterday and read Studio Saturdays?
Leave us a comment and a link and tell us the latest scoop!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Always such a wealth of information and links - Thanks so much for this posting!