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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Voting for the Etsy Beadweaver Challenge "Nest"

Last week I blogged about my Honeycomb Bracelet - my entry in the Etsy Beadweaver Challenge "Nest".


I want to let you know that voting has begun and will continue through the 15th.  Anyone can vote for their favorite by stopping by the Etsy Beadweaver Blog.  I really encourage you to stop by and see the amazing entries. 

Here are a few of my favorites from my talented teammates.  I love the creativity and skill these entries demonstrate.

First Out of the Nest from The Bead Beach







Cocoon Beadwoven Bracelet by Bliss Works Studio



The Nest of A Beaded Bead by Boonie Beads




Loreng the Goblin's Nest by Flagrant Designs


Beaded Cuff Bracelet - Skinny Wrapped - Nest by Random Creative



Driftwood Carnelian Nest Necklace by annamei


These are just a few of the fabulous entries - please stop by and choose your own favorite!

7 comments:

  1. Thanks for promoting the giveaway and for featuring my bracelet here! The entries are stunning as always.

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  2. Your honeycomb bracelet is so cool! I love seeing everyone's interpretation of the theme!

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  3. You are very talented..the honeycomb bracelet is amazing! I can't imagine how much time a piece like that would take!
    -Jade

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  4. Aww, I love your bee bracelet! It's adorable! It is my favorite out of all of them!

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