Lampwork glass beads and jewelry, interview with artist Linda Newnham

Handmade lampwork glass bead necklace by Linda Newnham

My guest this month in the series of interviews with bead artists is lampwork and jewelry artist Linda Newnham.

Linda started as a lampwork artist in September 2011 and her work has progressed immensely during this relatively short period.
She won the Glass Beadmakers UK Jewellery Category for 2014 with this gorgeous necklace called Circle of Fire. Needless to say I’m so proud she agreed to do this interview.

 

 

Beads and jewelry, the second issue of the BeadSmitten Magazine

Esfera jewelry handmade bracelet published in the BeadSmitten Magazine

It took a while but the second issue of The BeadSmitten magazine is ready! As with the Christmas and the first issue, it is full of gorgeous jewelry and beads, made by members of a very talented group of bead and jewelry artists: BeadSmitten

Owls and bunnies, the winners of the Jetta Sellers give-away

Bead set JettyBugJewelry

My guest this month in my series of interviews with bead artists is the very talented and lovely Jetta Sellers

She was so generous to contribute this cute bead set for the give-away.
The other give-away is a choice between two bracelets I created with one of her lovely and cute bunny beads.

The winner of the give-away has been drawn today.

Polymer clay beads and handmade jewelry, Interview with Jetta Sellers (Jettabugjewelry)

Polymer clay owl beads by JettaBugJewelry

This month my guest in my series of interviews with bead artists is the very talented American Polymer clay and jewelry artist Jetta Sellers.
Jetta creates lovely whimsical jewelry and polymer clay beads which she sells on Etsy under the name Jettabugjewelry. Her work is published numerous times in magazines like Stringing. I admire her work for a long time and yes, her beads found their way into my not so little stash as well. Some of her gorgeous pieces as well as one of my pieces with her gorgeous beads will be published in the 2014 issue of 101 Bracelets, Necklaces and Earrings. So I’m thrilled and honored Jetta agreed to do this interview

 

Reveal Bead Soup Blog Party

The Bead Soup Blog Party 2014, reveal

This year I was so happy to be able to sign up for the big Bead Soup Blog Party again, hosted by the amazing and talented Lori Anderson.

Lori matches each participant up with a partner and the fun begins.

Part one of the fun is mixing up a lovely Bead Soup for your partner, containing a clasp, a focal and some coordinating beads.

Part two is receiving a lovely Bead Soup.

Part three is creating something beautiful with the Soup you received.

And Part four is The Big Reveal.
Which is today.

 

Introduction to my Bead Soup Blog Party Partner

The Bead Soup Blog Party 2014, introducing my partner

The wonderful, amazing and talented Lori Anderson is hosting her Bead Soup Blog party again. For the 8th time already.

Last year over 500 talented designers from all over the world joined in the fun. This year will be around the same. I can’t even start to imagine what amount of organization this takes.
I’m so grateful that Lori is doing this. Especially considering her health problems. Lori, a big big thank you.

The original blog hop was scheduled yesterday but it is postponed to next Saturday. Which was just working out perfect for me.

I was way to busy to be able to make something beautiful with the gorgeous soup I received before last Saturday. And now I have the opportunity to properly introduce my bead soup party.

Hoot beads, the winners of the give-away

Hoot bead set Kylie Parry

My guest this month in my series of interviews with bead artists is the inspirational and talented Kylie Parry.

She was so generous to contribute this gorgeous bead set for the give-away.
The other give-away is a choice between two necklaces I creates with one of her lovely and cute hoot beads.

The winner of the give-away has been drawn today.

Hoot and other ceramic beads, interview with Kylie Parry

Ceramic house bead by Kylie Parry

My next guest in my series of interviews with bead artists is the very talented American ceramic bead artist Kylie Parry.
Kylie makes beautiful beads and jewelry. She is well known for her cute hoot beads. I’m thrilled and honored Kylie agreed to do this interview, and I think you are as exited as I am to get to know her a bit.

 

 

Jewelry shop in Tolo, Greece

Jewelry shop Carmen, Tolo, Greece, Peloponnese

Since a couple of months our house is parked on a campsite on the peninsula of Greece called The Peloponnese, close to the lovely town Nafplio. Always on the look out for lovely jewelry and beads I spotted a gem of a jewelry shop: Carmen, situated in the small village Tolo.

 

Winners of the give-away beads by Caroline Dewison

Ceramic house pendant by Blueberribeads

About a week ago I published the interview with the lovely and very talented Caroline Dewison from Blueberribeads. 
And of course there was a give-away attached. The only thing you had to do for a chance to win either some gorgeous beads from Blueberribeads or a lovely piece of jewelry from me, was to leave a comment.

Today the winners will be picked by Random Picker.

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