Name That Beadwork: Win a Kit of Beads and Findings From Goody Beads!
From Jennifer: Spring is in full swing right now, but summer is just around the corner, and for the June/July 2013 issue of Beadwork magazine, our editors and readers were asked to take this sand and sea-themed kit of glass beads and jewelry-making findings from Goody Beads and make something beautiful. Look what our project editor, Kate Wilson, did!
|What would you name this necklace by project editor Kate Wilson?|
The material colors and shapes in this kit remind me of photos I've seen from Greece — the blues, golds, and whites remind me of the fabulous architecture of cities surrounded by brilliant ocean waters. So I created this Grecian-inspired piece with bead-dangle columns and a bead-embroidered Greek key crescent. The chains and leaf clasp add more metallic accents without excessive bling for a bit of old-world charm. I can't wait to wear this piece this summer!
|Leave a comment with a name for the necklace, and you could win this kit of beads and findings from Goody Beads!|
What would YOU name this beaded necklace? Come up with a few really great names, and leave each one here as a comment on this blog. You have until July 1, 2013 to Name That Beadwork and have a chance to win a free kit of beads and findings like the one that Kate used to create her necklace! Our editors will look through all the names suggested and choose the one they like the best — the winner will receive their own kit of glass beads and jewelry-making findings from Goody Beads.
Please note: Due to customs regulations, we can only accept entries from U.S. residents only.
Good luck, and Bead Happy!