May 9, 2014

Another Awesome ZnetShows Jewelry Making Adventure


I am one of the jewelry artists who has the awesome privilege of being on the ZnetShows Design Team. Periodically, we are asked to create jewelry using their nifty beads and findings.  

This "go round" we were all provided with a lovely selection of cultured seaglass.  We were asked to pick two colors.  I selected Pacific Blue and Desert Gold.  They added in a few extra colors for us as well, in this case - a lovely opaque purple and clear.  Of COURSE I started designing before I took a picture of all the beads (I always seem to do that...).  I get so excited that I dive right in.  Here is a picture that will give you a good representative sample of what I received: pretty sand dollar links, long barrels, cute fish pendants, little barrels, freeform rings and more.  Fun! 


For this round, the designers were asked to make one daytime (casual) design/set and one nighttime (dressy) design/set.  (A set could include a bracelet and earring combination, or perhaps a necklace, bracelet and earring combo, etc). We have a June 13th deadline. Stay tuned to see the reveal in June.  Don't forget to check out the ZnetShows website.  They sell both in a retail and wholesale capacity.  ZnetShows
 


7 comments:

  1. What a great color combination. I like that desert gold. Can't wait to see what you make!

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  2. Good color picks Lisa. I am in this time too.

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  3. I love the sand dollars. I only got 2. I am wanting yours! I can't wait to see what you do with them.

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  4. What a great choice. And I'm glad I'm not the only one that gets so excited about the beads that I forget the 'before' pic. I've been so busy with my BSBP pieces, I haven't had time to get a picture of the ZNET beads I got for the challenge yet. Maybe this will remind me to take my before pic. LOL

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  5. I really love those matte purple beads. They are beautiful - I love the whole palette.

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  6. Great color combo. The gold is so rich

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  7. Interesting colors. Can't wait to see final pieces.

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