Wednesday, November 9, 2011

voting for the November EBW Challenge

Yes, once again, it's time to vote for your favorite entry in the new EBW Challenge.  To recap, the November challenge theme is Twisted.  This is my entry.  For those who missed my update on this piece, I did alter it after I originally listed it so the charm is now detachable.  You can wear this piece as a bracelet OR a necklace with OR without the charm.  I will continue to include this detachable charm feature for all pieces in this new herringbone line.


It is available for sale here.  Voting is on the EBW blog.  Check out all of the entries and then head over to the poll on the right side of the page to vote for your favorite.  If you can't see the clickable mosaic with all of the entries, click here.

As always, there are so many amazing entries.  Here are just a few of my favorites.

Of course I love the leaf detail.  The color combination is stunning, too.
Hibiscus - Bead Embroidered Necklace with Laurel Burch Cloisonne Tile by Annahatvani

I love how changing the color palette and a few details can completely transform a design.
November EBWC study on ropes twisted crochet and Russian necklaces by beadshead

This is so unique!
Sun & Clouds Necklace by BohoDame

11 comments:

  1. Such incredible work! I'll be sure and vote!

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  2. Wow, those are some really great entries! I of course love yours:)

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  3. You beadweavers have SO much talent! I love your new piece and how versatile it is! Off to vote :)

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  4. Beautiful blues, it reminds me of the ocean! ♥

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  5. like how you put your challenge entry on your banner. It's so pretty. And those ropes - wow! {:-D

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  6. Just beautiful as always! Love it!

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  7. Dear Rose, These are all so beautiful. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  8. The bracelet is very lovely. I love the range of blues. Beautiful and creative work.

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  9. I second what others have said--what a group of talented artisans! I visited EBW and voted.

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