Monday, April 11, 2016

Monday Muse & Bead Link Party

Happy Monday! Let's start this week with a little eye-candy from my fellow ABS team members. This month I'm looking for sea/beach inspired art beads.

Help me pick next week's featured beadmakers - leave a comment to share an artisan beachy bead. 

Who doesn't need adorable charms for earrings like these cheery starfish from Firefly Design Studio.

Here I used Tari's Heart House charm a free bracelet project featured in last year's Bead Cruise program

If the sea makes you feel poetic, tap into your inner wordsmith at Swoondimples.

Anne has us enchanted with these mythical mermaids that you can find in her Facebook group today: Gardanne Beads

Erin created sea inspired treasures with these textural beads that you can find at Tesori Trovati.

A modern take on the sea urchin in ceramic by Mary Harding.

And finally, head to the briney deep with urchin bracelet cuff Humblebeads.

New Beady Link Party

New for Mondays! We invite our readers to share their blog post links with us each week. As long as they feature jewelry or beads, share your favorite post from last week with us. We hope this will inspire you to blog a little more often and bring our community closer together.

1. Please only post blog new links each week. *

2. Visit at least two other blog links and leave a comment. We want to grow our blogging community and encourage you connect with each other.

3. You have until Wednesday each week to share your blog post.

We want to connect more with our readers! Join the party and share you latest beady blog link.

Haven't blogged in a while? It's the perfect time to share what you have been up to, what you find inspiring, your creative process, interview a favorite beadmaker, review a beady book - get creative and get blogging!

The beady link party is open to jewelry designers, beadmakers and group bead blogs.

Share you link using the "Add a Link" Inlinkz button below.

*We ask for fresh links, if you have a post that you haven't shared with us yet but it's a few weeks old, that's cool.


Anonymous said...

Here's a beach bead I made from polymer clay:

Unknown said...

I appreciate how you've added the Inlinkz button I am seeing work from blogs that I didn't know existed. I am impressed with the artistic minds presented .