Learn How to Let Your Beading Designs Evolve with Beth Katz Stone
A couple of years ago, I designed a necklace using Czech glass gumdrop beads that was just begging for a custom-made clasp. I decided to stitch up a fancy toggle using some of the same techniques that I had used to make the necklace components. But as I was stitching the ring, I suddenly realized that this basic technique could be used for at least 3 other beaded jewelry designs: easy beaded bezels, a bracelet made of toggle links, and a beaded necklace made of interlocking rings that was similar to chain maille. All from one little beaded ring!
Do you want to unlock the potential for creating dozens of beaded jewelry designs, all from a single starting point? It can be done, if you know how to free your mind, bead fearlessly, and learn how to take chances with your beaded jewelry design ideas. Join bead artist and author Beth Katz Stone for a live webinar where she’ll show you the secret to her success — and help you discover how to create your own successful beaded jewelry designs. You won’t want to miss Bead Evolution: Creating Multiple Jewelry Designs From a Single Starting Point on Tuesday, April 28 at 1 p.m. EDT.
If you’ve ever wanted the confidence to develop your own beaded jewelry designs, beginning with simple beading techniques and using just the beads you have in your stash, you won’t want to miss this live webinar. Beth will take you through techniques for using popular two-hole seed beads like Twins, Half-Tilas, and Superduos for creating simple but gorgeous beaded jewelry designs. Next, she’ll help you tap into your own inner “what if?” and learn how to create new designs by asking questions, allowing yourself to play, and challenging yourself to use new materials and colors in your beadwork.
As you work your way through Beth’s instructions, you’ll learn how to feel more comfortable expressing your own unique artistic voice through your beadwork. If you’re new to beadwork, looking to find out more about creating your own beaded jewelry designs, or are an advanced beader who wants to learn how to feel comfortable with the idea of “improvisational” beadwork, you won’t want to miss Bead Evolution: Creating Multiple Jewelry Designs From a Single Starting Point on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 1 p.m. EDT. Register now to save your seat for this inspiring and informative live online education event!