Fusion Beads 30 Day Bead Challenge Wrap Up!

Wow! We did it! We’ve completed the Fusion Beads 30 Day Bead Challenge in honor of National Craft Month! We here at FusionBeads.com couldn’t wait to see what each day would bring! It’s very exciting to look back and see all of the amazing jewelry everyone has made! All of the unique pieces posted on our Facebook wall were so creative! Thanks to everyone who participated with us! Our bead challenge was a success and National Craft Month was tremendously inspiring thanks to all of you! We had so much fun challenging ourselves and we hope you did too! We would love to hear any feedback and suggestions you may have so we can make next year even better! Leave a comment below and let us know what you thought of the Fusion Beads 30 Day Bead Challenge! Now let’s take a look back at some of the fun pieces of jewelry we here at FusionBeads.com have created throughout the month!

Day 5 – Incorporate Chain Into a Jewelry Design (Katie)

Day 7 – Use a Different Metal in Your Jewelry (Jen)

Day 12 – Repair a Broken Piece of Jewelry (Gabby)

Day 18 – Finish an Unfinished Beading Project (Gretchen)

Day 20 – Make a Ring (Jessica)

Day 22 – Teach Someone a Beading Technique (Lindsay and Lexi)

Day 28 – Make a Piece Inspired by an Animal (Gretchen)

Day 30 – Make Something Using Cord or Ribbon (Gabby)

 

Happy Beading – Allie

5 comments to Fusion Beads 30 Day Bead Challenge Wrap Up!

  • Janeen

    I *love* that day 28 necklace. The focal is inspired!

  • I need a better look at that day 7 bracelet! Loving the rustic layers!

  • I cannot think of anything to improve your great challenge. You all did a wonderful job and it was truly fun to be a part of this! Thank you!

    jean!

  • Janice Warden Bergeron

    I’m still doing a couple of the challenges because I went on vacation in the middle of it. I loved participating and wanted to thank you for hosting it! I may even do it a few more times just for fun! lol
    Thank you all!

  • Loved (still love) the 30 Day Challenge! It was (still is) a great way to reinvigorate jewelry-making during those bleak March days in Seattle. I’m still working on blogging about my daily experiences and creations. Thanks for the inspiration!

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