The Beadaholique crew included some colored filigree stampings from Ezel Designs. They are lightweight and can easily be layered like I did in these earrings. Use them to frame and accentuate another component or let them stand alone.
Carved stone leaves add a little bit of luxury to any design. I marveled at this assortment, mixing and matching them to create different effects. Some could be used as pendants, others could be turned into sumptuous bracelet and earring designs.
Beadaholique also included some really interesting metal components like leafy bails, toggles, plated leaves, and some Vintaj natural brass. The oxidized chain is one of my favorites. I love the little metal and glass locket. It's perfect for putting an actual autumn leaf in to wear.
The Beadaholique team included silk ribbons and cord. The silk is soft, colorful and deceptively strong. These would be perfect in designs submitted to the fibers-oriented book Lorelei Eurto and Erin Siegel are cooking up called, A Jewelry Accord.