July 8, 2008

Humblebeads Jewelry

(Updated Van Gogh Beads)

Hey there blog readers! I hope you had a fun weekend. We did! But now it's back to business. And what a great day, I'm finally caught up on all my orders, trades and packages to publishers. Ah, did you feel that? The weight of the world just lifted off my shoulders!

This weekend I spent some time making jewelry, I have a few designs that I wanted to put in my etsy shop. I'm leaving for vacation on Monday, but I will take along my Etsy inventory with me and ship items while I'm away.
My Humblebeads.com shop will be closed during that time and orders placed after Friday will be shipped out on August 5th.
One last piece of news, check out my latest article in Simply Beads, "The New Face of Polymer Clay." It offers an overview on using polymer clay beads in your jewelry designs and what to look for as a bead shopper. I have a few beads showcased in the article and I'm offering a special edition set of them in my etsy shop.
Okay, on to the jewelry show and tell:
Pagoda Earrings in copper and teal with a little lucite flower.

Nesting Pendant, I have this one in 3 other colors.
Tiger Lily Necklace, art bead on a gunmetal chain. I also have dandelions in earthy summer colors. I could see these layered with the longer chain necklaces for an up-to-date look.
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Remember my Garden Trellis bracelets? I made 2 for my shop. So loving the Vintaj leaf.

I have one of these that I throw on whenever I want to dress up a casual outfit. Instant 1920's flare! (This design will be coming to a popular bead magazine next spring!)

Visit my etsy shop to see the entire collection. It's a chance to own an original Humblebead design!


Lorelei said...

Hi Heather! The new pieces are incredible!

Jennifer Stumpf said...

wow! those are just splendid, heather!!

Anonymous said...

Your items are great! I esspecially love the nesting necklace (:

Lorelei said...

Yea- that Nesting necklace looks Quite Familiar!! ;)

Anonymous said...

Fabulous beads and jewelry!

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

I received your Urchin Bead Heather, thanks! Your beads have such a wonderful earthy look to them, so unique!