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This beautiful leaf necklace is a custom necklace jane designed for her customer. Please contact Jane if you would like jane to design a personal piece for you.
Jane's email address:
Deonna Vaughan of Designs by Deonna
Deonna designed This gorgeous necklace using a lentil bead named winding waters and faceted blue quartz beads.
Thank you for the picture.
This beautiful necklace appeared on pg8 of June Bead and button magazine where Lauren gave her tips on how to attach a fused pendant to a bead crochet rope. Congratulations for having your work published and thank you for including this pendant in the submission. Lauren's email:
Lisa whipped up these two lovely necklaces in no time at all. I am especially happy to see the faux Koroit opal looking so beautiful hanging with gemstone and mother of pearl beads. Lisa can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lori combines gemstone
beads, glass beads, and lovely pearls into beautiful work of art.
Please visit lori's website A Natural
state and see her large selection of beautiful handmade jewelry.
If you are interested in having her custom make a necklace for you, please
contact her at:
Kim's work demonstrates her ability to combine color and shape to compliment the focal bead. They are simple and elegant.
What a creative way to showcase this dichroic pendant. Here is Stephanie's description regarding how it was made. she used:
rayon floss (orange red); Sparkle Rays (glittery yellow); Tiara soft twisted
metallic (red); Glisser Gloss - Estaz (fuzzy wild orange); glittery red
eyelash yarn and yellow waxed linen. I used the waxed linen not only for
strength, but to string the beads on it.
stephanie's email address is:
Beautiful combination of Swarovski crystals and a red ruffle bead. Thank you for sharing this gorgeous necklace.
Sharronne's email is:
|A " spring Dance " the leaf bead with aventurine and cranberry confetitti and dichroic inclusions has been strung by Lena into this gorgeous necklace with alexandrite and amethyst crystal accent beads and metal spacers.||
Exquisite Gifts by Lena
For a fine collection of Murano Art Glass, Murano handcrafted beaded jewelry, Swarovski handcrafted jewelry, sterling silver jewelry, collector dolls and more....please check out the above listed internet stores and web sites.
As you can see Lena is quite a multitalented designer and I am very please to see one of my leaf beads used in her work.
Lena's email address:
jewelry by Beverly Wyatt. As you can see
not only the colors match perfectly, the amount of time involved in making
these spiral chains made these necklaces truly labor of love.
Beverly can be contacted at:
beverly and her business partner Cynthia Nieto operate a bead store in arlington TX which showcases a large selection of my lampwork dichroic beads. The store is:
jewelry by Kathi
Turner of high desert creations
Kathi can be contacted at:
Cohan leads multiple lives. She is a lawyer, a restaurant owner,
and a talented jewelry artist as you can see by the leaf drop necklace
here. It is strung with 14k GF liquid gold beads, Austrian crystals,
and an assortment of Czech glass and Japanese seed beads. Findings
are 14k GF. Barbara can be reached at:
Cooper won these two beads at my ebay auctions. I am so happy to
see them designed into these lovely necklaces. I am sure
they will be sold in a flash. Sally can be reached at:
Patti Whitely is a talented jewelry artist who makes beautiful jewelry and no wonder she does well at shows and gets many requests for custom work.
Patti's email is: Beadseeker@aol.com
Reeves designed these necklaces by strings large hole beads onto
satin cords. Her choice of bead colors really make the various ancient
Calligraphy symbols stand out. The lamp worked leaf
drop pendants really shine too. By seeing how nicely the the
flutter bead (top row, 2nd bead, right picture) hangs in her necklace, I
may bring them back to my website. Thank you for sharing your work.
Marion can be
Ogas has been selling her beautiful creations for some
time. These lovely necklaces were strung on elastic
cords wit coordinating miracle beads Czech alexandrite
beads and other filler glass beads. She has been getting lots of
compliments with these even though they are not quite finished (she is
trying to decide if the cords should be crimped or knotted to offer the
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