Check out these wonderful examples of the beautiful work some of our members have done! If you would like to submit photos of some of your pieces for our website, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to showcase your creations!
These earrings by Ellen use soutache:
These micro-macrame designs by Ellen Kroll are inspired by the work of Joan Babcock:
Sandra Francour from Sandra Designs on Etsy:
This first design was featured in the September 2015 issue of Bead Style magazine:
This is a bead-embroidered necklace that Linda designed for the 2014 Battle of the Beads. This stunning piece is called Ancient Reef.
This piece by Linda is called Crystal Volcano:
Cindy Holsclaw from Bead Origami:
This necklace by Cindy is called Double Pinwheel:
Marcia DeCoster’s from MAD Designs:
Morning Glory Bracelet:
Santa Lucia Necklace:
Agnes Montano’s Ellipses Necklace:
Kaytee from Simplexities:
This first piece, Protective Amulet, was from a Red Challenge that the San Diego, Orange County, and Los Angeles Bead Societies did a few years ago.
Details about the piece: Flash Drive holder; bead crochet, modified netting and various fringing techniques
This second piece by Kaytee is from a 2008 Jewel Tone Challenge and is called Too Precious.
Details about the piece:
In addition to “challenge” packet supplies, the piece contains:
Gemstones: amethyst, apatite, citrine, peridot
Glass: pressed glass, additional seed beads, bugle beads, catseye, Chinese millifior
Plastic: acrylic pony beads (Hello Kitty heads)
Clasp: Bali silver with faceted garnet
Strung on Fireline Crystal
This next set of images contains African Beads from a box of beads for a women’s charity in Africa. The earrings are titled Hands across the Water.