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May Component of the Month Giveaway! Beaded Beads!

April 28, 2015 , In: Blog Hops
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It’s my turn to provide the May Component of the Month, and after taking a poll of the AJE team members, I decided to offer a pair of beaded beads! 

I’ve really enjoyed making beaded beads in the past using round wood beads and size 15 seed beads.  I had purchased this tutorial from Datz Katz on Etsy (Debra Schwartz) and really enjoy coming up with different color combinations!

These are the beaded beads that I will choose from. Want to play along?  Here are the rules:

  • I will give away 1 pair of beaded beads in the colors of my choice to each of 3
    winners selected randomly from those who leave comments below this
    post. Your comment must include your EMAIL address and BLOG url so we can contact
    you should you win. Please note, this is required, I can’t choose you if you don’t provide both.
  • Please — only leave a comment if you can commit to creating a finished piece and blogging about it on the reveal date.
  • The names of the 3 winners will be announced on Saturday, May 2, 2015.
  • This giveaway is open to US and international countries, but please
    be aware that international addresses will have longer postage times…
    sometimes up to 3 weeks.
  • The blog reveal will take place on Sunday, May 31, 2015.
Good Luck!
Susan Kennedy

Susan Kennedy

Susan Kennedy Susan, the owner of SueBeads, started making glass beads in 2005 because she loved lampworked beads so much, but wanted to make her own instead of buying them on ebay! She also makes enameled components and dabbles in polymer clay, but her first love is glass. She has attended jewelry-making classes at ArtBLISS and has taken classes from Barbara Lewis (torch fired enameling) in addition to several classes at the Pittsburgh Glass Center.
  1. Reply

    Sue- I would love to win a pair of your gorgeous beads. I have an active blog at http://bay-moon-design.blogspot.com/ and I can commit to creating and posting by the May 31. Kathy
    baymoondesign@gmail.com

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    Great color combinations, Sue! I would love the chance to play along this month. sjdesignsjewelr[at]gmail[dot]com http://sjdesignsjewelry.blogspot.com/

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    Oh I just live these. I was on Debra's website and saw the tutorial but I was intimidated by the fact that I don't have experience with seed needs! Love her lerchin beads!! Nice job on these! I will take a shot! artisticaos@gmail.com
    Thanks

    • AnnC
    • April 28, 2015
    Reply

    I love those beaded beads! They're awesome! I do not have a blog- so can't leave a blog url😞. Preferred e-mail is welshie2@me.com

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    Now those are really really pretty. Would love to join if I may.
    maloneve@gmail.com
    http://www.veradesigns.blogspot.com

    Thanks
    Veralynne

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    Beautiful beaded beads. I would love to play along.

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    These are so beautiful. I would love to join in. http://micheladasmusings.blogspot.com/ My email is ericsfangbanger7@gmail.com

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    Ooo Ooooo Oooooooo pick me! These are so pretty and unique! I would love love love the chance to create with these lovelies!!🙋🙋🙋🙋🙋🙋🙋🙋🙋🙋

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    These beads are really nice. (fingers crossed)
    http://www.fairiesmarket.com/?m=1
    Fairiesmarket@gmail.com. Thanks!!

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    I do love your beaded beads Sue! Would love to play along … melissa_trudinger at yahoo dot com

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    I've never tried anything like this! Looks like lots of fun. I have Datz pattern but haven't tried yet. I want to play. Email Beadingfun4u@gmail.com or pjclouse1@gmail.com .
    Blog at //pjclouse.WordPress.com

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    I love, love, love these!

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    I would love to play with these wonderful beads! Beadsforbusygals@gmail.com and http://www.beadsforbusygals.com

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    I would love to play along! What glorious colours and textures.

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