About BeadStyle MagazineBeadstyle magazine features 18+ simple jewelry projects in today's hottest styles and colors. Each design in Beadstyle magazine includes step-by-step photos and simple instructions for making great necklaces, bracelets and earrings. More Info
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I most enjoy stringing - I rarely do any wire working and no bead weaving - this magazine caters to my likes. The wire working and bead weaving it does shw is an adjunct to stringing and that is perfectly fine with me. I especially like that Bead Style highlights new color combinations and new beads and findings. It is a magazine designed JUST for me!
I love the projects they do have in this magazine and the fact that they cover all the techniques you need to know to make a project that they have included in the articles. There are way too many ads though and I would love to see more projects.
BeadStyle magazine gives me inspiration to make something.
For the most part BeadStyle magazine seems like what I've been looking for.
I like BeadStyle magazine because my mom likes to make bracelets and things like that. And I like it because now she like to see it everyday and made many different bracelets.
I love this magazine. Sometimes though it leaves little things out when doing a project - like it never tells how much beading wire to cut in the first step. I don't believe it tells you anywhere how long the necklace will be (bracelets can be guessed at) and the very first step is to cut beading wire. It could also tell on the supplies list but doesn't, and some of us need to make supplies last and can't waste beading wire! And sometimes it doesn't tell where to purchase certain beads used in the projects - but sometimes it does. But everything else - this is a first class magazine! It's fun, informative, there are a good number of projects - lots of projects! I can't wait for it to come!
This magazine has wonderful fresh ideas for the beginner to the advanced jewelery maker.
Magazine has large variety of projects and is geared to both beginners and experienced beaders. No complex bead weaving here - just beading on wire, string, etc. Highly recommended for anyone who wants new ideas on beaded jewelry and new products. There are comprehensive source guides for each article and lists of local bead shops at the end of each issue. Even the ads are useful for new beading and supply sources.
If I were to pick one magazine, as a designer, this would have to be the publication! From cover to closing the artists leave the next designer's creativity wide open to offer a wide array of substitutions. You can flip quickly to find the medium's color tone quality as meets the eye. Each page is neatly open as a spread sheet. This allowes for the indivual to gather the tools, findings, gems, cording and color wheel as needed. The only recomendation would to be to keep the designs on their own page then slide sale ads to one side. Having them on every page is cluttering as well as a bit distracting.