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Creative Beading Magazine Volume 12 Issue 5

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
5,30 €(Inkl. MwSt.)
31,13 €(Inkl. MwSt.)
7 Ausgaben

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1 Min
from the team

WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS EDITION OF CREATIVE BEADING! As the season of Christmas is passed and we look forward to a new year, there are still those last minute gifts that we forgot to do prior to the rush. Creative Beading’s Gift Giving issue always provides, with some fantastic ideas for you to attempt, for that special present you need in quick time. Nothing is better than a handmade gift. For those of us that are better prepared and organised the Gift Giving edition of the magazine has some great summer items for you to make. There are some great homemaker ideas in this issue as well as some beautiful jewellery ideas. Don’t forget to check out all the latest news and show information and make sure you keep up to…

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3 Min
news snippets

BEAD STORAGE SOLUTIONS Any beading enthusiast will know that having an organised storage set up can save you from having to worry about cleaning up a chaotic bench after every beading session. If you’re just starting out and are looking for a way to get organised or perhaps you’re finding your bead collection is rapidly expanding, why not consider incorporating a few of our simple storage ideas to keep your work space in order. • You can never have too many clear organiser containers. They are a cheap and efficient way to store beads. Many beading and craft suppliers sell containers for as little as $2.00, making it easy to stock up on these essential items. • Jars and vials are a great way to keep your area tidy and can also brighten…

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1 Min
competition winners (11:6)

All About Beads Wendy Noonan NSW Cheeky Jewellery Maria Stiller VIC My Beads Karen Porter SA Three M’s Fashion Jewellery Brittany Muller VIC Three M’s Fashion Jewellery Alana Berford NSW Three M’s Fashion Jewellery Mary-Anne Schafer QLD Wishware Beads Emily Garten WA Wishware Beads Sophie Abraham QLD BOOKS Beadweaving Beyond the Basics by Kassie Shaw will take your beadweaving designs to the next level and explore an inspired approach to weaving beaded jewellery. The book features 24 gorgeous designs to experiment with as well as tips for left handed beaders so everyone can try these designs with ease. In addition to showcasing classic stitches, the designs also incorporate innovative variation techniques. You’ll discover a full range of bead shapes such as seed beads, twohole beads, bicone crystals, bugle beads and lentils to create head-turning creations. RRP $34.99 Jewelry Designs with…

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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

Juliana Knight, Bywong Art and Craft, New South Wales Juliana is constantly inspired and motivated by her surrounds and life’s experiences. Juliana believes that Arts, Crafts and Hobbies are the window to the soul. Arts, Crafts and Hobbies provide a sense of fulfillment and wellbeing. It gives Juliana great pleasure in seeking out and sourcing ‘goodies’ to work with. Family and friends realize you must not throw anything out until they ask ‘can I use it? Jewelry pieces may be from new materials whereas a lot of what is created is from reconstructed pieces and found objects. I recently made a necklace from fishing swivels that someone had thrown out, combined with charity shop findings it made an interesting necklace. Friends are very generous in donating old watches for me to pull apart…

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6 Min
this season‘s fashion

COLOURS THIS SEASON Stand out pieces remain favourable amongst jewellery designers, who are using bright and pastel tones to compliment the warmer weather. Interesting and beautiful colours to work with this season include salmon, papaya, indigo, hazy taupe, electric blue and pastel pink. Elegant, simple pieces are also making their way back after the bold designs that took over during spring. To achieve a delicate look, consider using jewelled flat backs and Swarovski crystals in your designs, particularly in emerald green, which enhances elegance and will make your designs look regal. GIFT GIVING WITH MEANING No matter what time of the year, whether it is a holiday, birthday or celebration, gift giving is and always will be an important part of our culture. It is a way to say ‘happy birthday’ to the…

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