Dear friends, recently another dog magazine called Just Labs has invited me to advertise in their holiday issue!
I had no idea there was a magazine dedicated to Labrador Retrievers. I do love those dogs, especially the Chocolate Labs. So, I decided to place an ad. The folks who work at the magazine were kind enough to create a basic ad for me – it is similar to ad I placed in AKC Family Dog Magazine. But this one features one of my custom-made beaded black lab pins. I received a hard copy of this magazine in the mail, and it looks fabulous. Interestingly, my ad is the only one which promotes dog jewelry or art of any kind!
I don’t usually do much advertising because I am too busy beading, but if a publication reaches out to me, I will definitely give it some thought.. Here is what I have been busy beading – a custom Salt & Pepper Miniature Schnauzer pin!
And, for those who are cat people, I have also created a white Norwegian Forest Cat pin which is also available in several different colors. These pieces were made by stitching tiny glass seed beads to felt 2-3 at a time. For the cat, I have also used tiny 1x4mm micro bugle beads, to bring out the cat’s hairy texture. Perhaps Catster Magazine will take notice? 😉
If you are interested in a custom bead-embroidered dog or cat pin or framed portrait, please contact me through Etsy or Amazon! I will be accepting holiday orders for a few more weeks! Thanks for looking! 🙂
Dear friends, check out the April/May 2016 issue of Beadwork Magazine! My beaded Poodle cuff bracelet has been featured on Fire Mountain Gems‘ back cover ad! This piece is available for sale in my Etsy shop. Follow me on Facebook and Instagram for more updates. Thank you for your interest in my beadwork!
In the past week, I have noticed a significant increase in traffic at my Etsy shop when I remembered that my beadwork was due to be printed in a new magazine! My beaded Yorkshire Terrier pin has just been featured in the Canine Art Gallery in this month’s AKC Family Dog Magazine! Please view page 8 of the Digital Edition of this issue on Facebook. If you would like to subscribe to this popular magazine, click the pic above.. To view more beaded canine pins and jewelry, please visit my Etsy shop. Thank you so much for your interest! Back to beading:)
Today, I am thrilled to announce that I am the featured Bead Artist in the Feb/March issue of Beadwork Magazine! I am very grateful for this opportunity! If you do not have a subscription, the digital edition is also available for purchase at the Interweave Store. Here’s a peek at the article:
Thank you for your interest in my beadwork! 🙂
Yesterday, I received an email from Fire Mountain Gems. They informed me that my beaded Polish Lowland Sheepdog, Einstein, has been featured in their 2011-2012 Comprehensive Catalog! Check it out:
Featured in Fire Mountain Gems' 2011-2012 Comprehensive Catalog! (Page 314)
My bead embroidered dog pin is featured in the Seed Beads section. Click the photo above and jump to page 314 to see for yourself! You can also take a closer look at my pin in their Gallery of Designs. This is the first time my beadwork has been featured in this catalog – I am honored! Can’t wait to receive my copy in the mail! For those who may be interested, this pin is still available for sale in my Etsy shop. Also, don’t forget to check my Facebook page for updates on the progress of my beaded Radio City Music Hall painting.. Back to beading! 😀