August 25, 2009

Necklace with Removeable Rings and Beadwoven Caps

I finally got my advance contributor's copy of the Oct/Nov issue of Bead & Button magazine this afternoon. I worked with editor Lesley Weiss on the project for this necklace and had much fun. Thank you, Lesley!






In this issue, there's also a beautiful bracelet project by talented bead artist Cindy Caraway, who is also the creator of the Nile Queen necklace published in the Your Work section - fabulous design in a great color combination! You should visit Cindy's site and see more of her gorgeous creations! Here's just one gorgeous example of her work "Chakra Pendant necklace":

20 comments:

  1. I love your necklace. I can't wait to get my copy of B&B. I can't believe how many talented, published members are in EBW.

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  2. Your featured necklace is amazing! I love the versatility of the rings.

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  3. I love your necklace too! :)

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  4. Thank you all so much! :)

    Dawn, indeed, the EBW is a great, talented team!!!

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  5. Congratulations on this well deserved publication Smadar! What a beautiful blog. Your rings are wonderous!

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  6. It was a pleasure working with you on this project, Smadar, and I look forward to working with you again soon!

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  7. Gorgeous! Can't wait to pick up a copy!

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  8. Me too, Lesley, thanks again :)

    Thank you too, Berjo and Terri !

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  9. I got my copies of B&B plus Beadwork and this is one of the first projects that I can not wait to get started on! I was sooo excited to get both of the magazines the same day that I have been in beading mode every since. Your work is always gorgeous!

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  10. Love it!!!!wonderfull idae. Happy to c u have this publication in Beadwork and in B&B

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  11. the above anonymous- edalia:)

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  12. Thanks so much, SharDon, and yes, it's kind of a celebration getting bead magazines in the mail... :)

    דליה יקירתי, תודה רבה!!! נשיקות!

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  13. I saw the article and loved it! Smadar - congratulations!

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  14. Thanks for the mention, Smadar! I absolutely loved your project - too cool :)

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  15. Thanks so much, Beverly and Cindy! I'm glad you liked it :)

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  16. colores saturados primarios y secundarios.... etnico y magico.... cada pieza por separado ya es un mundo entero..... maravilloso.

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