Monday, October 10, 2011

Beaded bead special post

 
Beaded bead extravaganza! These beads are self-supporting beadwoven beads made with glass, crystal, stone, mineral, and seed beads, from about 3/4 to a little over an inch in diameter. Most are round, some are more fat saucer shaped. A couple are totally different as you can see. They range from $16-25 and you can get them through BrightCircle on Artfire. A few of them are already listed but this is a photo of all my full-size beaded beads, so if you want to buy, just pick the one you want, and let me know, and I'll put up a listing just for you, at a 10% discount from the original price if you tell me you heard about it from my blog. :)




7 comments:

EMackk said...

AHHHH! They're so beautimous! Off to shop!

Beadorigami said...

Wow, just look at all of those beaded beads! They look like candies with all of those bright and happy colors, and I just want to eat them all up. Do I spy a Teardrop Bubbles beaded bead too? ;) Excellent!

Bright Circle said...

There is definitely a teardrop bubble bead or two in there--thank you for the pattern! As agreed, I've made sure to make no more than 10 of that design.

Beadorigami said...

You're very welcome! I love what you've done with beaded beads since making your first Teardrop Bubbles beaded bead. I'm actually working on rewriting my beadwork patterns, and when I'm done they'll include an updated license to allow more than 10 pieces to be produced for sale as long as they're not mass produced. I've realized that as long as I get credit for the design, I'd rather let my students make more jewelry for sale so that they can earn more money to buy more of my patterns :)

Bright Circle said...

Beadorigami, that's a great idea, and very generous.

Anonymous said...

They're all pretty and intricate. One of them reminds me of something I can't put my finger on from the early 60's. :) I like it.

I've been meaning to tell you how nice they are for a while.

I haven't looked through all of your shop so excuse me if you do this already- Do you use your ribbon necklaces as strings? Or, I don't know how to explain it..a string of that super-fine detailed beading you did for a bracelet on here? Or would it be too time consuming and costly?? I think it would look lovely.
That may be overkill? I don't know about these things. I just wondered.

-Joe

Bright Circle said...

Joe I'm sorry I don't know how I missed your comment, but here I am now. I think I know the kind of necklace you mean, and am working on one right now.