I’m having a fabulous time with my new “Monica’s Pop of Color” series!
My newest tutorial for “Monica’s Pop of Color in Light Teal” is now available!
Some of the beads for this design are a bit hard to find, so I’m offering a bead kit, too. A printed tutorial is included with the kit AND I include a few extra of every type of bead. Nothing is more frustrating than making something from a kit only to find one broken bead has ruined your pattern, right? That won’t happen here.
I’m offering introductory pricing for the instant download tutorial as well as the kit. Prices will change later this month.
Back to work for me. I have two more tutorials to write and several new designs floating around in my head.
I hope you’re all having a fabulous week!
Strike up the band! My Multi-Wrap Memory Wire Beaded Kumihimo Bracelet tutorial is FINISHED! Woo-hooo!
Now available in my Etsy shop: a detailed 22-page PDF digital tutorial for making Multi-Wrap Memory Wire Beaded Kumihimo Bracelets.
I’m offering an introductory price of $8, which I think is pretty good deal for a tutorial that has:
- 22 pages
- detailed instructions
- 30 instructional images
- easy-to-read type
- a clean, professional look
I’m also offering a special little something else. I do this for my class handouts and it’s been quite successful. Presuming I’m not breaking an Etsy policy, the special little something works like this:
- You have 7 days from the date of purchasing the tutorial to be the first person to report any typographical error to me via an Etsy conversation.
- The first person to report each error will win a reward. In this case, the reward can be a $5 refund OR a free tube of beads (winner pays shipping).
- If you find more than one error — and you are the first to report each error — you earn more than one reward ($5 refund AND beads; or one tube of beads AND free shipping anywhere in the US).
Hurry and buy your copy. The price goes up a bit next week.
Thanks to each and every one of you who have waited patiently for this labor of love. I truly enjoy writing tutorials, even though my persnickety self edits and re-edits until even I am annoyed.
I’m arm-wrestling with a tutorial on a new technique I’ve developed.
I doubt another cup of coffee is the solution, but I’m not afraid to try.