Heyyyyyyy.... Beadwench here. So I thought it would be really fun to host my very first totally awesome YOUR TIME TO DESIGN! !! This is strictly for fun. Maybe you have thought about becoming a jewelry artist and want to see the behind the scenes process... maybe your a jewelry artist and your creative muse went on a vacation and you need something to kick start your inspiration, maybe you don't have but a few moments of time to spare and just for fun want to come along on this journey.
So here is how it will work. I'm going to show you components I have to work with and together we are going to create a pair of earrings and a necklace...with me so far???? I will either post photos here or on my vlog on my YouTube channel The Beadwenches Bench!! Be sure to subscribe. This process will give you an ultimate glimpse into the process of a jewelry artist. Each Friday I'll post a new blog labeled as YOUR TIME TO DESIGN Part 2, 3, 4 , and so on until the final reveal.
You will vote on the colors, components, style etc.... this is going to be fun...
Each Fridays Your Time To Design Blog will have a photo of different items needed to create I will leave the voting open from Friday until Monday each week... and the rest we will wing it lol. There will be videos to document this awesome process and I do hope you'll join me and share in the fun.... Maybe at the end when it's revealed I'll chose one lucky winner to win the items we created :) of course I will do all the putting together of the pieces but you get to vote... now voting will be decided by whatever photo gets the most votes... you can leave a comment here in my blog or you can email me at
Be sure to put YOUR TIME TO DESIGN in the subject line!!!
So who is ready to have some fun and take part in the incredible behind the scenes journey of a jewelry artist????
To kick this off here is your first selection. Below are three photos labeled 1., 2. , 3.... these are copper blanks I picked up while at beadfest. There are one pair of blanks for earrings and one larger blank for a pendant. Your vote will determine which way these will be used in the design...