My poor blog has been neglected of late, so I thought I would tease you today with some of the goodies that have arrived in my mailbox lately.
Etsy seller. I still need to make the intended project with them, so I will do nothing more than show you their lovely velvety brightness!
Windbent. We share many similar tastes in beads - you can tell, right? Just look at all those goodies! A lovely collection of Venetian millefiore beads, a sugar skull pendant by Andrew Thornton, a raku skull cabochon by Harry of OscarCrow, a collection of lampwork and porcelain spacers, and a bright tomato red sun and moon cab by Firefly Design Studio. I love it all!
Art Bead Scene blog challenge? (Check this post if you don't) Well, I was finally able to choose my prize from FanceeThat on Etsy. Lisa was kind enough to throw in a few extras. I have a plan for a couple of these things...I definitely know what I'm going to do with the desert colored disks in the upper left corner.
Tomorrow morning I have my Sunday Funday post going up, and my post over at the Art Jewelry Elements blog. Be sure to check them both out! And don't forget my Facebook page and Etsy shop - I hope to be updating both in the near future. As always, thanks for looking!
- 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.