Tuesday, June 29, 2010


Sorry for the lack of posts lately, but hopefully this will make up for it. This past Saturday I went to a bead show :) (I love bead shows), and I picked up a few things to giveaway here on my blog.
Must live in the U.S
                                                          Must be a follower of my blog
......To be entered leave a comment on this post about your bead show experiences. For a second entry repost this on your blog. This contest will end Tuesday, July 6th, 2010.The winner will be randomly selected.
Thanks Everyone, enjoy the giveaway :)


  1. Well, I wish I had a bead show experience to share! We're in "Podunk" USA (Literally! Keith Anderson's home town is Miami, Ok and the video was filmed about 30 miles from here!) so there are no beads shows in the area. I would love to attend one, though! Hope this counts for an opportunity to win those beads!

  2. Lol we had to travel 2 hours to get to the one we went too. Thank you for entering :) (As far as I'm concerned the is an "experience" lol ;)

  3. I LOVE bead shows, but I don't go very often because I gotta save up :) Luckily in So California we have some nice shows.

  4. Talented and thoughtful! You're the best - does Maggie know how lucky she is to have a mom like you???

    Thanks for the chance!

  5. Thanks for the offer! My bead show experience was two fold. The first day I got lost and missed the beginning of my class. The teacher was not very detailed and I learned more from the other students at the table. The second day I had a wonderful time learning Viking Knit. The teacher was very good and spent a little time with each person in the class. I stayed that day to shop and I was absolutely blown away by the amount of vendors and the prices were fabulous.

  6. I've really been wanting to learn the viking knit! ^_^ Thanks for sharing your experences (and entering my giveaway)

  7. My bead show experience is unusual. I am a reenactor and went to a weekend where artisans showed their wares and gave classes on a pretty random basis. All in period garb and using period techniques when available or pictures and an explanation when not. Not many folks would want to get close to a wood-fired Viking kiln/furnace. I went to classes in faience, cloissonee, and lampworking and looked on for the Viking knit (ran out of materials.)

  8. That sounds like alot of fun ^_^ Thanks for entering.

    Happy Beading,


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