Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Giveaway: Christmas Bead Palettes

Blue Steel Round Bead Mix

Yesterday we had a look at some trios of Christmas beads in red, white and green. Although the combination has instant appeal for anyone who loves the season, as Margie Deeb would tell you, holiday color palettes have a lot more to offer than just those three classics.

One of my favorite holiday color schemes is blue and silver, which is why I used it as one of the palettes for my custom destash mixes. The glow of transparent cobalt pairs so well with shiny silver, and would look great on a Christmas tree or holiday table setting.

Now that I’m giving my ArtFire studio the attention it deserves, I’ve decided not to have a destash section. Instead, I want to share some of these beads collections with Inspirational Beading readers!

Just in time for holiday crafts, I’m giving away my “Blue Steel” and “Red Carpet” bead mixes, with assorted lucite and acrylic pieces. There are plenty of unique shapes in cobalt, silver, red, and gold, with a hint of black and orange as well.

Red Carpet Bead Mixture

How To Enter:

For a chance to win both bead mixes, just leave a comment on this post, and answer the following question:

What is your all-time favorite holiday color scheme?

If you don’t have a Blogger profile with email contact enabled, be sure to leave a contact method, such as a link to your shop or website, or a no-spam email like beadlover AT yourmail.com

One lucky winner will be drawn at random, on Sunday, November 21st.

Good luck, and happy beading!

Copyright 2010 Inspirational Beading


13 comments:

  1. Ooh, definitely the Blue Steel. :)

    amandabethboutique{at}gmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  2. I actually have two, I do love cobalt and silver, but I also love burgundy and gold

    ReplyDelete
  3. While I use and love the more traditional reds and golds in my home, there's a special place in my heart for the blues and silvers.

    wildwoodflwr at gmail is my e-mail for when I win! :P

    ReplyDelete
  4. My favorite holiday color scheme would have to be red with gold. This is closely followed by blue and gold and green and gold. Something in the "and gold" just makes everything feel warmer.

    marsspyder@yahoo.com

    ReplyDelete
  5. Definitely burgundy (think garnets) combined with gold and black. Classic. Romantic. Perfect for the holidays!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Please include me in the giveaway!!!

    I love an icy look, so I love white with silver and a pale blue. I'm from upstate NY, but have lived in areas without real winters for almost 10 years now. I love my winter look in the form of colors without any of the wind chill factor!

    Kelly
    kelly.r.morin(at)gmail(dot)com

    ReplyDelete
  7. I love royal blue with silver.

    ReplyDelete
  8. My favorite color is blue but I like to make my home warm for the winter, especially in colors - so I lean to more red and gold. Accents of blue and black hint at coals which I like.

    ReplyDelete
  9. I'd love a chance to enter your giveaway. My all time favorite holiday color scheme is burgundy & hunter green.

    ReplyDelete
  10. My favorite would be silver and gold mixed with red and green. They all sparkle so well together! This time I remembered to follow you!

    ReplyDelete
  11. This is my first visit to your blog whilst looking for some Christmas beading inspiration! Your work is beautiful!
    I think my favourite colour combo for Christmas is red and gold when it comes to jewellery - something a bit sparkly too!

    Will visit again soon and follow on my blog!

    Esme x

    ReplyDelete
  12. Hi your blog is amazing blaze of colour I love blue and silver together
    thanks for the chance ttfn Nicole

    ReplyDelete
  13. I've thrown the dice and chosen a winner. Congratulations to marsspyder!

    Thanks so much to everyone who shared their favorite colors!

    ReplyDelete

Blog Widget by LinkWithin

Inspiration Topics

accessories amulet animals April's Army art ArtFire astrology astronomy autumn awards awareness bangle beach Bead Inspired Bead Shops bead spotlight bead stash Bead Trays beaded beads beading theory beads belt bezel birthstones black blog spotlight blue boho bone book spotlight bracelet Bracelet A Week branch fringe brick stitch brown bugles buttons cabochon ceramic chain maille challenge charity chevron chain christmas collar Collections color color triads conservation craft shows crafts crochet crystals cuff current events Current Faves daggers Daily Sets daisy chain Delicas Destash drops Dutch spiral earrings Egypt Egyptian Gods embellishing embroidery environment etsy exotic fair trade fantasy fashion Favorite Beads Favorite Techniques feminine fibers film findings fire polish fixtures flickr inspiration flowers food found object free form fringe geekery gemstones geography giveaway glass gold gray Greece green herringbone hex cuts history holiday home decor insects inspiration tip inspired beader Inspired by... Inspiring Links ivory Kid Medallions knitting ladder stitch lampwork lariat leaf fringe lights literature loomwork macrame magatamas metal free metalwork mixed media mixture Mood Board MOP multi-color multi-strand music natural beads nature necklace Necklace a Day Nepal chain netting New Beads ocean ombre orange paint paper patterns pearls pendant peyote photography pink Pinspiration PMC polymer clay poster sketch purple quick inspiration rainbow RAW red resin ring Ring a Day rivoli Russian spiral scarf science seed beads shell silver soutache spiral rope spring square stitch St. Petersburg steampunk stringing stripes summer tagua TBT The Elements thread Tilas Time Capsule tools trade beads triangle weave tribal tropical turquoise tutorial Ugly vintage Wear it Twice weather white winter WIP wire wishlist wood World Beaders yellow
Blog Home * About * Beading Tutorials * Want a Feature? * Index * Advertise

Learn About Sponsoring Inspirational Beading with Project Wonderful
Affiliated With ShareASale.com and Amazon.com