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Creative Beading Magazine

Volume 15 issue 5
Magazine

Australia’s favourite beading magazine. 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. This new magazine has got the lot!!

Three Piece Snail Set • This cute 3 piece jewellery set was created and designed by Australia’s leading Beadwear artist Leeza Silverman for the ArTTable whilst at the Sydney Bead Fair in Darling Harbour, June this year.

Irish Eyes are Smiling • You will feel like you have the luck of the Irish when you wear this lovely green foil design.

Memory Bracelet • Its fun to bead around. Quick and easy multi-strand look-alike. All you need is some memory wire and a selection of beads.

Pasha • Designed by Lallette – Pasha the long cluster necklace features a chandelier pendant amongst an eclectic Moroccan flavour of beads and crystals.

Pink Allure • Follow this easy step-by-step guide by Finn’s Art Glass and you too can have one of these melt-in-the-heart enhancers in your collection.

Fragile and Powerful Links • EDEN RILEY EXPLORES THE BEADED LINKS OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS, PRESENTED BY THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF INTERNATIONAL ARTS AND CULTURE AND CURATED BY THE FASCINATING NIGERIAN PRINCESS JUMOKE DEBAYO.

Funky Dangles Necklace • This funky dangles necklace, dsigned by Kathleen Moon, is the perfect way to wear your favourite collection of beads in one delicious handful.

Chain of Blues • Blue and Green should be seen, especially with chain in between! This gorgeous necklace has been designed by Mardi Thompson from Bead Bliss.

Coins of Rome • Coins of Rome necklace – a work of art with coin and amber coloured glass designed by Bizzar Beads

WHAT’S NEW

Crystal Cage • Sweet crystal cages designed by Helen Everett.

Almandine • The Almandine Garnet is red with a violet tint and derives its name from a town in Asia Minor.

Indian Disc Belt • Show off your shorts this summer with this glass disc belt.

All Natural Lariat • Get back to nature with a lariat designed by Kate Shelton from Benedict House using all natural pieces, fibres and a pair of scissors.

From the Red Rock to Semi-Precious Stones… • AFTER HEARING THE PHRASES “FORKLIFT DRIVING IN SYDNEY” TO “FINANCING AT AYERS ROCK”, TULLY JAMES WAS CURIOUS TO FIND OUT HOW KAREN O’NEIL THEN MADE A TRANSITION TO FINE BEADING. DISPARITIES ASIDE, SHE QUICKLY DISCOVERED UPON CONVERSING WITH THE CHARMING BEAD ARTIST, THAT THERE WASN’T IN FACT MANY A ‘STONE’ LEFT UNTURNED!

Fantasy Choker • Using wire frame this design can be individualised to suit your own taste … small and delicate or big and chunky.

Scorpion Tale • Put a little sting in your creative design with this scorpion created by James at Spellmaker’s Beads & Crystals.

Zara • Old world charm, filled with teardrops and hearts.

Hip to be Swuare • Squarely put yourself in the fashion this spring with this lovely bracelet from Ozbeads.

10 Projects for under $10 • Create some exciting ideas from Crystal Park. All for less than $10 each. Happy beading!

These are the tools I would recommend as a general kit:

Basics and ‘all that other stuff’ you need to know … eventually

BASIC BEAD GLOSSARY • Beads are three-dimensional objects and are often described in a In addition, a feature of the bead is often used to describe its combination of two and sometimes three dimensions ie; flat round; characteristics ie; hexagonal tube, twisted oval; faceted bicone, long thin tube. carved barrel.


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 84 Publisher: Sunray Publications Pty Ltd Edition: Volume 15 issue 5

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  • Release date: November 29, 2018

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English

Australia’s favourite beading magazine. 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. This new magazine has got the lot!!

Three Piece Snail Set • This cute 3 piece jewellery set was created and designed by Australia’s leading Beadwear artist Leeza Silverman for the ArTTable whilst at the Sydney Bead Fair in Darling Harbour, June this year.

Irish Eyes are Smiling • You will feel like you have the luck of the Irish when you wear this lovely green foil design.

Memory Bracelet • Its fun to bead around. Quick and easy multi-strand look-alike. All you need is some memory wire and a selection of beads.

Pasha • Designed by Lallette – Pasha the long cluster necklace features a chandelier pendant amongst an eclectic Moroccan flavour of beads and crystals.

Pink Allure • Follow this easy step-by-step guide by Finn’s Art Glass and you too can have one of these melt-in-the-heart enhancers in your collection.

Fragile and Powerful Links • EDEN RILEY EXPLORES THE BEADED LINKS OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF NATIONS, PRESENTED BY THE AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF INTERNATIONAL ARTS AND CULTURE AND CURATED BY THE FASCINATING NIGERIAN PRINCESS JUMOKE DEBAYO.

Funky Dangles Necklace • This funky dangles necklace, dsigned by Kathleen Moon, is the perfect way to wear your favourite collection of beads in one delicious handful.

Chain of Blues • Blue and Green should be seen, especially with chain in between! This gorgeous necklace has been designed by Mardi Thompson from Bead Bliss.

Coins of Rome • Coins of Rome necklace – a work of art with coin and amber coloured glass designed by Bizzar Beads

WHAT’S NEW

Crystal Cage • Sweet crystal cages designed by Helen Everett.

Almandine • The Almandine Garnet is red with a violet tint and derives its name from a town in Asia Minor.

Indian Disc Belt • Show off your shorts this summer with this glass disc belt.

All Natural Lariat • Get back to nature with a lariat designed by Kate Shelton from Benedict House using all natural pieces, fibres and a pair of scissors.

From the Red Rock to Semi-Precious Stones… • AFTER HEARING THE PHRASES “FORKLIFT DRIVING IN SYDNEY” TO “FINANCING AT AYERS ROCK”, TULLY JAMES WAS CURIOUS TO FIND OUT HOW KAREN O’NEIL THEN MADE A TRANSITION TO FINE BEADING. DISPARITIES ASIDE, SHE QUICKLY DISCOVERED UPON CONVERSING WITH THE CHARMING BEAD ARTIST, THAT THERE WASN’T IN FACT MANY A ‘STONE’ LEFT UNTURNED!

Fantasy Choker • Using wire frame this design can be individualised to suit your own taste … small and delicate or big and chunky.

Scorpion Tale • Put a little sting in your creative design with this scorpion created by James at Spellmaker’s Beads & Crystals.

Zara • Old world charm, filled with teardrops and hearts.

Hip to be Swuare • Squarely put yourself in the fashion this spring with this lovely bracelet from Ozbeads.

10 Projects for under $10 • Create some exciting ideas from Crystal Park. All for less than $10 each. Happy beading!

These are the tools I would recommend as a general kit:

Basics and ‘all that other stuff’ you need to know … eventually

BASIC BEAD GLOSSARY • Beads are three-dimensional objects and are often described in a In addition, a feature of the bead is often used to describe its combination of two and sometimes three dimensions ie; flat round; characteristics ie; hexagonal tube, twisted oval; faceted bicone, long thin tube. carved barrel.


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