Sunday, November 28, 2010
Sundays with Cindy - Cindy's Favorites
Some of my favorites are my fellow Art Bead Scene Editors. When I'm designing jewelry, I want all the components to be handmade and my cohort, Shannon LeVart serves up components that fit the bill like these distressed hearts in russet....
Ember Red Patinated Brass Links...oooohhh, ahhhh!
Hmmmm, the hotness of the red patina is perfectly suited to the icy feel of the Flurry set made of white and red.
And I've just mentioned one of my fantastic ABS co-editors! Make sure you check out the other ABS editors along with the fabulous bead bloggers....
A Bead A Day
Do you have a quick and easy jewelry project or design that you would like to share with others? Stop by A Bead A Day to pick up an idea or leave an idea!
About.com Jewelry Making
Find out the latest news, including a tight deadline, for an awesome jewelry making challenge sponsored by Rio Grande and Lark Books.
Art Bead Scene
Get your jewelry shop ready for the holiday shopping season with help from Art Bead Scene!
Don't miss the beautiful Murano glass pendants that Cyndi will be giving away now and all through next month!
Beading & Books
Michelle searches the toy store to get ideas for earring displays for her upcoming craft show.
Carmi's Art/Life World
In a two part story Carmi glams up a name tage with jewelery components.
Cindy Gimbrone aka Lampwork Diva
Watching your pennies while trying to make fabulous jewelry for gifts this holiday season? Cindy can help you, read on!
Earthenwood Studio Chronicles
A thrift store find inspires Melanie to make some fun dinosaur tear pendants
Come see the small swaps that go on in the Bead Soup Blog Party Yahoo Group!
Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done!
The latest news from Artbeads : voting and a new sweepstakes!
Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton
Happy Thanksgiving! Celebrate the holiday with a special Thursday Giveaway sponsored by Auntie's Beads!
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Oohhh...the red russet hearts would look good w/ 3 across the front :)
Cindy, this was so nice! I have often thought of combining our goods for a spectacular piece of jewelry and it is wonderful to learn you like the rustic too!
You're welcome, Shannon! I drool over your stuff frequently (did you wonder where it was coming from? LOL!) Hmmmm I feel a swap coming on!
Bead Bravely, my friends!
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