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Apr 17, 2011

Your Favorite Beading Daily Blogs Revisited

It's always fun to look back on the past, and see what has been shaking here on Beading Daily!  As a fun start to the week, I've gathered the most commented on Beading Daily posts from 2010. It's been interesting to see how much you love those seed beads! You've been exploring other mediums as well, such as wire, resin, and metals.


You bead at all times and places. You bead all over the world: women as well as men (and even kids). Most importantly though, you're all so generous with your helpful tips and comments. I'm just not sure there's a friendlier creative global community out there! I hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane. . .

2010 BEADING DAILY POSTS - MOST COMMENTS

Moving Your Bead Stash:
A New Chance to Organize Your Beads
Find Your First Easy Steps
to Seed Beading
How to Become a Stitch Pro
     
Must-Have Metalsmithing Tools
for Jewelers
How to Wire Spool Knit
in 7 Easy Steps
7 Tips for Redesigning Jewelry


Beading Daily
is about all things beady including projects, news, the latest materials, and trends. I invite you to take a few precious moments out of your busy day, grab a cup of java (my fave is Kona), turn on some delightful music, and read your favorites! And if you haven't checked out the Spring Cleaning sale, you've procrastinated long enough (today is our last day)!

 

Remember, tapping into your passion and creativity keeps you healthy and happy. 

 


The best is yet to bead!

 

Creatively,

 

P.S. - If you'd like to see the most read Beading Daily blogs from 2010, check out my January 17, 2011 post: Top 2010 Beading Daily Blogs.


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Comments

on Apr 23, 2011 4:11 PM

Hi:

I get  Beading Daily so that I will get daily BEADING articles and patterns. I am not interested in metal work, or resin, etc. Shouldn't Beading Daily be about beading?

Virginia M. Zajesky

on Apr 25, 2011 12:34 PM

I would just like to know how one can get into the beading industry outside of working for a small independant store. Where I live there are a few bead stores but usually steady employees there. I have experiences in owning a gallery business and have been beading for several years..what I am interested in is to be involved with the larger shows i.e. Tucson or do some traveling involving setting up bead shows/sales or the like..could someone please direct me in the right direction? Thank you so much for your assistance.

Sincerely,

Diane Griffith

Maui, Hi.

Danielle wrote
on Apr 28, 2011 1:44 PM

Thanks Virginia—The above articles (ranging from organizing, to seed beads, to metalsmithing tools) are a great representation of the wide array of interests our community members have, and were all selected based on reader feedback.  We value everyone's opinion and appreciate your comment!

Danielle wrote
on Apr 28, 2011 1:46 PM

Hi Diane, if you would like to be a part of Bead Fest (we have several coming up) please contact Dana Groves.  - dgroves@interweave.com - 610-232-5707