Want to help promote The Lone Beader‘s bead embroidered dog jewelry and pet portraits? Display this printable flyer at your arts & crafts store, pet care business, animal rescue center, or veterinarian’s office! Post a photo of this flyer with a furry friend on my Facebook page, and I will list your business on my website. Thank you for your interest in my beadwork! 🙂
The Lone Beader Advertising Flyer
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Dear friends and dog lovers, if you haven’t received your latest copy of AKC Family Dog Magazine yet, check this out:
My beaded West Highland White Terrier has been featured in the Canine Art Galleries on page 13! There is a special coupon code printed in the magazine for anyone planning to order a mini pet portrait or keepsake beaded dog jewelry from my Etsy shop. Coupon is valid through December 31, 2015. Please place holiday orders early!
Please check AKC Family Dog’s Facebook page for the digital edition of this publication.. to be posted soon! Thank you for your interest in my beadwork! 🙂
Dear friends, mark your calendars! I am thrilled to announce that I will be participating at Newbury Handmade Market this summer. I will be selling beaded doggie pins, pendants, bead embroidery kits, and art for one week at Newbury Handmade Market in Boston, MA. Newbury Handmade Market is an independently-organized showcase of local Etsy artists, returning to Newbury Street for its second year running!
Stop by and say hello July 11-17, 2014!
Please stop by 301 Newbury Street to say hello July 11-17, 2014. The shop will be open daily from 11am- 7pm. Please click the pic for more details. Until then, I will be busy creating new items for the event. Check out my Facebook page to see what I’m beading! Also, please join this event on Facebook to help spread the word! I hope to see you there! 😀
Finally, a quick pic from Friday night’s reception at the Cambridge Art Association’s 11th National Prize Show! What a fantastic event and what an honor it is to be a part of the show! 😀
Also, for the first time, the Cambridge Art Association allowed artists to take out an advertisement in their full-color exhibition booklet. All proceeds support the Cambridge Art Association, so I decided to take advantage of the opportunity. I designed my own ad! How does it look? 😀
If you happen to be in Harvard Square during the month of June, I hope you’ll stop by the Kathryn Schultz Gallery to check out my beaded M1 Abrams military tank, entitled ‘Imminence of War’. Please check the Cambridge Art Association‘s website for hours and directions. The show runs through July 5th, 2012. Thank you for your interest in my beadwork!