Creative Beading Magazine Volume 11-2

Be inspired by Australia's favorite beading magazine, containing projects for beginners and beyond from Australia’s top jewellery designers and expert trends, tips & tricks.

Land:
Australia
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Sunray Publications Pty Ltd
Erscheinungsweise:
Bimonthly
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1 Min
from the team

THIS EDITION WE BRING YOU some truly inspiring projects, beads and techniques. Our profile features jewellery artist Patricia Olazo, whose designs are eclectic and contemporary. After moving to Australia from Peru, creativity quickly became an essential part of Patricia’s life and jewellery making was her new passion. Patricia loves experimenting with different textures, colours and materials for her jewellery designs and delights in the many types of beads available for her to use. “Beads can be made from rocks, paper, wood, clay, glass, metal, plastic, resin…the list goes on and on. So I guess with all these endless possibilities I’m sure I will never get bored and that the inspiration to create will always be a part of my daily life” And if you are looking for some snap, crackle and pop…

3 Min
beading news

NEWS SNIPPETS Every beader says ‘I’ll just use up these beads or findings from my stash before I buy anymore” – however we all know that there is always a component or bead we need to buy to complete that piece and temptation is always around the corner with gorgeous beads and findings showcased in craft shops and online. COMPETITION WINNERS (10:5) All About Beads Linda Grey WA All About Beads Brenda Sina TAS Three M’s Fashion Jewellery Mrs Margaret Williams VIC Three M’s Fashion Jewellery Belinda Keast SA Three M’s Fashion Jewellery K Clarke NSW Wishware Beads Mrs J Clarson QLD Wishware Beads Fiona Kelly NSW Wishware Beads Rachel Dunn QLD BEADING TOOLS AND FINDINGS Today’s jewellery maker has a huge range of findings to choose from, including those made from fine metals such…

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1 Min
win! a year's subscription to creative beading

Let’s have some fun. For your chance to win a 12 month subscription to Creative Beading we are running a competition for you to give us a catchy phrase for the spine of the magazine. For those of you who may not have noticed, for a number of issues now we have been running on the spine of the magazine a little phrase and giving it a beading flavour. Have a look! Well, the team at Creative Beading thought it would be fun if you the reader had a chance to have a go at coming up with some ideas! Send your phrase to: Creative Beading Phrase Competition PO Box 8035, Glenmore Park NSW 2745. The winning entrant will have their phrase on the spine of the magazine and receive the next 7 issues…

2 Min
inspirational gallery

‘GOJJELL’ is Maltese for Jewel. I am of Maltese origin and I believe my place of birth is ‘Gozo’ - a special ‘jewel’ in the heart of the Mediterranean. Gozo is Malta’s sister island, and although a tiny speck in the beautiful Mediterranean sea, it is blessed with so much natural beauty and uniqueness. I thoroughly love working with beads! My creations are inspired by the beads I source from all over the world. All my pieces are one-off designs because I believe originality is important and each piece should be as ‘special’ to its wearer as it is to it’s creator! Have a browse through my store or blog and see if you can find that special ‘jewel’ which you want to make your own. See more of Maryann’s work…

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7 Min
this season‘s fashian

AS USUAL IN THE JEWELLERY AND BEADING WORLD – styles, colours and designs tend to move a little slower than the garment fashion scene, however there are some areas that cry out to be heard! Here is a ‘peep’ at some of the most interesting ones. MEN’S JEWELLERY Spring and summer 2014 sees men’s jewellery focus in on shots of lively colour used to good effect in grouped bracelets. This is not a ‘fancy’ style – it is a casual and masculine one that will appeal to most men. Leather straps and cords adorned with moody and mysterious semi-precious stones take the fore. For some interesting cord and leather men’s jewellery take a look at:- http://www.fossil.co.uk Loomed and wrapped bracelets are also around. Designer Chan Luu has some great examples on the…

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3 Min
pastel charm bracelet

MATERIALS 17cm chain or to fit wrist 15mm jump ring 2.7mm parrot clasp 7 x crimps 68 x 5mm jump ring 12 x 10mm jump ring 38 x ball head pins BEADS 21 x assorted pastel buttons 4 x 8mm acrylic silver 7 x Lucite flowers 5 x 6mm purple bi-cone crystals 3 x acrylic flowers 3 x assorted glass 4 x 6mm pink rondel 2 x 8mm rondel green/silver shade 5 x 6mm rondel blue pastel AB 4 x 6mm bi-cone crystals pink 4 x 6mm rondel blue clear 2 x 8mm rondel green 2 x 6mm Swarovski crystals pink alabaster 8mm drop crystal 8mm faceted crystal round purple 32 x 4mm silver spacer ball 56 x 4mm daisy spacer TOOLS Chain nose pliers Round nose pliers Wire cutters LENGTH 18-19cm A collage of pastel charm Attach parrot clasp and 15mm jump ring set to 17cm wrist length chain by opening up chain link (or by adding 5mm jump rings)…

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