Trendy New Beading Products: It’s All About the Shape!
Here at the Beadwork office, we are constantly receiving trendy new beading products that we love to share with you. This month find products that are all about trending shapes, from the ever-popular rectangle to the adventurous Marrakesh, these products from Nunn Design, Beadaholique, and TierraCast are sure to inspire your next project!
Craft Your Summer Style with Nunn Design’s Summer 2018 Collection
Nunn Design releases their Summer 2018 Collection adding some of the latest shapes to their vast assortment of bead and jewelry findings. From the large navette wire frame and single loop pendant to the Marrakesh, eclipse, and inverted triangle flat tags it’s easy to be inspired. Find organic flat metal circle and rectangle beads and the rest of the collection at www.nunndesign.com (wholesale only) or visit your favorite bead retailer.
New Miyuki Rectangles at Beadaholique
Featuring a softer look and rounded corners, Miyuki’s new rectangle beads are perfect for adding geometric shapes to your next project. These Japanese glass beads are 4x9mm and have one large hole to accommodate multiple passes for consistent bead-weaving tension. Beadaholique currently has these rectangle beads available in 10 colors including gold violet metallic, dyed opaque dark purple, matte black AB, and matte metallic patina iris for a variety of shades, hues, and finishes to match your style. Visit www.beadaholique.com.
Take Your Jewelry Design World’s Away
Discover TierraCast’s World’s Away Collection, including symbolic charms— the hamsa hand, arrow, and compass—in antique silver, antique gold, and brass oxide. The eclectic mini collection also includes wire hoops in bright silver plate, bright gold plate, and brass oxide, which easily open and close for versatility when designing. Find these and other metal components at www.tierracast.com (wholesale only) or visit your favorite bead retailer.
Are you considering using any of these products for your own creation? Submit your project to W.O.R.D. (What Our Readers Did) by sending us a photo and description to email@example.com and including “W.O.R.D.” in the subject line. We’d love to feature your work!
Assistant Editor, Beadwork magazine
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