Northcoast Beadmakers

Kimmyg, Teri Roberts, Bev Butler, Carolyn Martin, Penel, Sandy Morrice, Christine Windolf, Marife (Rifie) Hogan, Su Bishop, Alan Ussher, Maria Dao, Tracy Brown, Terri Smith, Marianne Kerby, John Hanwright, Wendy Hearn, Carole Griffiths, Jan Roebuck, Jenni Wiseman, Gary Lisle, Tania Black, Maxine Chivers, Susan Clarkson, Terri Kraehe, Jenny Potts and Pippa Venter.

Lampworked glass beads, borosilicate glass pendants, borosilicate beads, unique handmade beads, fused glass pendants, fused glass cuffs, handmade designer jewellery, unique art glass jewellery, collectible miniature perfume bottles, gifts from wine glass charms to suncatchers, all made in Australia, as well as natural stone beads, pearls, coral, sterling silver beads and findings... www.northcoastbeadmakers.com

10.19.09

Paperweight Making class at Yandina

Posted in Uncategorized at 12:41 pm by kim

An introduction to the hot shop and glass blowing. You will be working with one of our resident artists to use pipes, glory holes, the furnace, frit etc., and to make a small paperweight!!

(The above paperweights made by Lisa Delanoue………..thanks for sharing Lisa!!)

Prerequisites: No prior knowledge or understanding is required for this level

Class time: 9.30am to 1.30pm
Cost: $240.00

(Maximum of 4 students per class)

10.07.09

Northcoast Beadmakers on Artfire – Kimmyg on Etsy

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:23 am by kim

As the new shop takes shape, we are transferring some items to Kimmyg’s Artfire store, so have a look as you will find some bargains here

You can also find Kimmyg on Etsy here.

Handbound leather journals by Kimmyg

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:16 am by kim

Kimmy has been making some handbound leather journals which have proved to be very popular already! The first ones listed on her Etsy KimmygOnPaper store sold in less than 24 hours (one on Etsy, the others privately!), so make sure you bookmark the store if you would like one….. four more have been listed today…..

Look at Kimmyg’s Etsy store KimmygOnPaper for more…..

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Northcoast Beadmakers – new shop underway

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:12 am by kim

Kimmy has been continuing to re-build the new shop which takes a huge amount of time but will be worth it. The navigation is a layered system and makes it so easy to find exactly what you want quickly. The shop can be searched by artist, colour, price and category and the images present so much better we are sure you will love it!! It’s been a great task for Kimmy to work on following surgery recently!

If you just can’t wait to take a look, email kimmy for a preview…..

Beautiful blown flameworked borosilicate beads from Al Ussher

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:09 am by kim

If you haven’t already looked at Al’s new beads, please do so as soon as you can. They really are beautiful! Here’s another example or go to the gallery of Blown beads

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Jan Roebuck silver and copper cored art glass lampwork beads

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:07 am by kim

Although Jan has been busy with the Caloundra Lapidary Club and their recent involvement with the Sunshine Coast GEMEXPO, she has still managed to produce some gorgeous focal beads with silver, copper and titanium cores and caps. Some will thread straight onto a 1mm neckwire, others would need to be made up into pendants or necklaces before they could be worn. Check them out!

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Ocean floor unique flameworked art glass beads from Su Bishop

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:06 am by kim

Out with the old and in with the new! Su has completely cleared her older listings and replaced them with some fabulous new listings including two enormous and seriously gorgeous focal lentil beads. These beads reflect the inspiration Su gets from close by Ningaloo Reef with organic ocean bed themes!! Be quick, beads as beautiful as these surely cannot last for long….

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Goddess jewellery with crystals and chakra colours from Kimmyg

Posted in Uncategorized at 11:01 am by kim

Kimmy has put more focus into the new range of goddess jewellery she has produced. In addition to the powerful symbolism of the goddess as the divine mother, the semi-precious stones incorporated in the latest submissions also have significance as crystals and the colours used to compliment these miniature sculptures relate to the chakras. Have a look at these special pieces which appear at the bottom of Kimmy’s gallery page, for more information.


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