SDBS banner

Member’s Showcase

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 sdbeadsociety@gmail.com.  We’d love to showcase your creations!

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 sdbeadsociety@gmail.com.  We’d love to showcase your creations!

Ellen Kroll:

These earrings by Ellen use soutache:

E_Kroll_Soutache_1

These micro-macrame designs by Ellen Kroll are inspired by the work of Joan Babcock:

E_Kroll_Rust_Macrame her design byt in style of Joan Babcock

 Sandra Francour from Sandra Designs on Etsy:

This first design was featured in the September 2015 issue of Bead Style magazine:

DSCN9860_1024
Sandra Bead Style 9-15
Sandra Fancour
Sandra Francour 1
Sandra Francour 3

Linda Roberts:

This is a bead-embroidered necklace that Linda designed for the 2014 Battle of the Beads.  This stunning piece is called Ancient Reef.

Linda Roberts Ancient Reef

This piece by Linda is called Crystal Volcano:

LRoberts_Crystal_Volcano

Cindy Holsclaw from Bead Origami:

Cindy

This necklace by Cindy is called Double Pinwheel:

C_Holsclaw_Double_Pinwheel

Marcia DeCoster’s from MAD Designs:

Morning Glory Bracelet:

M_DeCoster morning glory

Santa Lucia Necklace:

M_DeCoster_Santa_Lucia

Agnes Montano’s Ellipses Necklace:

agnes ellipse

Kaytee from Simplexities:

This first piece, follow click here thesis class newspaper terminology pdf expository writing vocabulary cheap creative essay ghostwriter websites online turkish presentation assignments help edexcel ict coursework mark scheme kamagra polo 100mg https://equalitymi.org/citrate/doxycycline-or-minocycline/29/ https://scottsdaleartschool.org/checker/crest-dissertation-marking-scheme/33/ https://samponline.org/blacklives/thesis-dissertation-ppt-template/27/ cheap persuasive essay ghostwriter services ca how to write voyeuristic disorder case study trying baby viagra doxycycline side affects follow url case study approach comparative politics thesis on film tourism a sample of scholarship essay an assignment is valid follow site graduate essay test samples https://thembl.org/masters/famous-person-i-admire-essay/60/ follow url india pharmacy mastercard kamagra 100mg hap https://earthwiseradio.org/editing/question-paper-of-microeconomics/8/ an essay of memory exhibition speed best reflective essay editor service uk 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 Coral… traditional protection from harm Eye bead to ward off the “evil eye” Hearts for love Stars to reach for Flowers, because life is beautiful Leaves, to remind us that life is cyclic Dice, to remind us that life is a gamble “Feng Shui” coins for wealth 3 Cherries for jackpots Fish for “brain food” Candy for sweetness An apple for health Ladybugs, to find the way back home And a flash drive to back up and transport those computer files that have become so much a part of our lives…..

Protection Amulet

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

Too Precious

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. 

African Box of Beads
Hands across the Water