About Me

Lindsay M Starr is a beadwork and mixed media artist currently based in Nashville, TN. She spent her early childhood in Alaska, and her school age and college years in Oregon. Lindsay has a great appreciation for history, science, and nature and is consistently inspired by insects, sea life, color, and the significance of beads and beadwork throughout human history. She spends her days beading, walking at the zoo, and practicing yoga. Lindsay loves to share her knowledge and passion for beads and beadwork to hobbyists of all skill levels.

Monday, October 27, 2014

500 Likes Giveaway!

I've been waiting a long time for this, folks!  It seemed to take forever to reach 500 likes on my Facebook page.  This weekend it happened, thanks to you all!  And I'm celebrating by giving away one of these little beauties!
The lucky winner of this giveaway will be able to choose from one of these necklaces!  I made them as different as possible, to accommodate different tastes.

The Feather necklace has one of my polymer clay faces, in a shimmery peachy tan.  Combined with an earthy mix of green turquoise, teal and varying browns, she is a definitely making a statement! Dangling below the face, is one of my recent bead feathers, and a single fringe with a smoky topaz dagger on the bottom.  I strung the strap on durable flexible beading wire with an interesting mix of Czech pressed glass beads for accents.  The toggle is antique copper in color, and is connected to a chain before being crimped to the necklace strap.  This means I am able to adjust the strap length for to the winner's specifications!

The Flower necklace also features one of my polymer clay faces in an iridescent purple/blue color.  I paired her with mostly purple beads, then used blue, teal, hot pink and orange for her accent.  She is hiding coyly behind a stitched flower, and a cascade of teal vines wrap around her face and twine below.  I continued with this palette in the strap, strung on durable flexible beading wire.  The toggle clasp is antique brass in color, and is connected to chain so that the necklace can be adjusted to fit the winner's specifications!

There are multiple ways to enter the giveaway, hosted below by Rafflecopter.  Just click the widget below to start entering!  Each option you complete gives you another chance to win.  The winner will be announced here on the blog on November 1st!  Which ever necklace the winner does not choose, will be listed on Etsy the next week, so you still have a chance to own one of these beauties.

Don't forget to follow my daily beading exploits by liking my Facebook page, and you can shop any time on Etsy.  Thanks again for all of your support - it took all of you to make it to this benchmark!
a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. I'm a huge fan and wish you continued success.

  2. Hi Lindsay, I don't know if my original comment was entered here, but I'll say again, just in case- congratulations and thanks for the opportunity to win some of your beautiful work!

  3. Congrats Lindsay! 500 likes and an awesome giveaway! =)

  4. Love the micro macramé jewelry. Such great ideas and the colors was sumptuous.

  5. Congrats! So glad Sherry Stokey shared your site!

  6. Love the pieces! I love the work of micro macrame and will soon be trying my hand at it.

  7. Congratulations you pendants are beautiful.