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Rondelles Challenge




I am going to work with my man today, but wanted to show you what's new in the SueBeads shop! Rondelles! They aren't the same as the other ones I loved so much, and don't have any more of, and can't find any more of! But they are cool just the same. I made earrings from them - what do you think you would do with them? Want to show me? I will pick 5 people to participate in a challenge! You will receive a pair of these rondelle beads and we'll have a blog hop to see what you made!

Just comment on this post by Wednesday evening at 8 pm. I'll choose 5 random people to receive a random pair of these rondelles! We'll do a little blog hop on May 26th! That should give everyone enough time to get something done, especially if you are participating in other hops!

Comments

Lesley said…
Well it would just be rude not to volunteer wouldn't it.
Love those colours - please put my name in the hat Sue.
Kristi Bowman said…
I think they are very cool, almost a sea urchin look because of the almost bubbly texture. You know I'd love to play!
kristibasket said…
Me Me Me :) I would love to play!! Been admiring your enamel beads in your store and would love to see them (and play with them) in person. I need a new summer bracelet, so that is what I would make with them!
Shirley said…
Oh, jumping up and down, pick me, pick me! :) I so love your enameled beads. And the colors you chose are wonderful. I can already think of a couple of things I would do, so a resounding YES!
Cilla said…
I think the new ones look great!
Cilla
www.tellyourgirlfriends.com
Katie said…
I think I'd do earrings, too, but I'd like to play with them a little too - maybe cute little danglies hanging from the rondelle to make it look like cute little ear lamps :o)
Beautiful beads! I'd love a chance to try them. Thanks so much for the entry.
TesoriTrovati said…
OOH! I love these colors and their lacy little edges. I think that their squishy shape is more appealing to me than rounds. I have been on a bangle kick and I think that this might be just the thing to add to the stack that I have been amassing. You do such lovely work Miss Sue! I look forward to seeing what someone does with these beauties. Enjoy the day. Erin
Patti Van said…
Love these! You know I am a lover of your beads...lampwork or enamel!!! I would love a challenge! Regardless if chosen or not, I will be sure to visit your blog hop!
Those are stunning! I would love to participate! I have a few ideas...
Copper Diem said…
I'd love to play along - those colors are great!
KayzKreationz said…
I love them and would love a chance to be part of your challenge. I'm not sure what I'd do with them yet, but am already brainstorming ideas. Thanks for the opportunity.
Barb Fernald said…
Cool rondelles! I'd love a chance to design something with these. Please put my name in the pot!
I would love to play :-) Thanks for the chance.
Shannon
Barb Fernald said…
Hey, what up with the comments? Is your comment acceptor working? Or whatever it's called. I left a comment last night. Would love a chance to try something with rondelles. I figured the competition would be fierce, but when I checked back....0 comments.
Hmmm. Not even mine. Also, if no one responds maybe I'll get to be the randomly selected one!
I know I'm not alone in wanting to play with these fun shapes........
Jen V. said…
I want to play! I haven't made anything new in ages and would love to get motivated. :)
Holly said…
Oh, hey, these are totally *my* colors! I'd love to win and participate! Thanks for offering these lovelies up :)

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