October 7, 2012

Studio Tour Sunday

I am focusing on Halloween designs right on time this year... it usually takes me a little too long before the skulls and skeletons start coming out.  But its October and I am thinking about pumpkins and stuff!
One of the things that gave ma a little jump start was contributing the prize above for the Art Bead Scene monthly design challenge. I am giving away this toggle, pumpkin charm, and Skully pendant set to the winner of the challenge.  Check out this month's artwork inspired inspiration, the painting Revolving by Kurt Schwitters.
 I also set up a whole Spooky section in my Etsy shop, to stock back up some of my older Halloween designs, so check that out, and keep checking back as I add more!
 Check out what is happening in some of the studios of my beady friends this week:
A Bead A Day
It's time to get your Halloween jewelry and crafts rolling! Have you started yet?
About.com Jewelry Making
Have you been to the Jewelry Making Forum lately? It may be time to catch up.
Art Bead Scene
Brandi shows some color palette options for this month's Art Bead Scene inspiration artwork: Revolving by Kurt Schwitters 

Beading Arts
Cyndi gets busy with some tools and materials from ImpressArt, the metal stamping company! 

Carmi's Art/Life World
Carmi is continuing to experiment with kumihimo and t-shirt yarn! 

Earthenwood Studio Chronicles
The spooky season is upon us and Melanie is getting ready for Halloween with a free Skeleton Key Necklace project 

Resin Crafts!
If you wonder what a fish skeleton looks like in hot red, pop on over to the blog this week to see the funniest necklace I have ever made! 

Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading going on!
A review by Jean of the remarkable PUSH Jewelry, edited by Marthe Levan and curated by Arthur Hash--it's a modern museum collection in a book! 

The Writing and Art of Andrew Thornton
Anne Lichtenstein of Gardanne Beads gifted this amazing goodie bag of enamel and lampwork components to Andrew during a recent workshop!

Melanie is an artist, blogger, writer, and ceramic beadmaker at Earthenwood Studio. Her beads and components can be found at her Etsy shop and her jewelry can be found in her Etsy Galleria. To comment on this post, visit the original post at the Earthenwood Studio Chronicles Blog.

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