Tuesday, January 5, 2010

It's been a while so I thought it was time to have another Challenge with our eebeads beaders! This time the theme is “Enchanted Nights” and you can make anything you want from items available from eebeads.com, it’s up to you to interpret the theme any way you choose, you do not have to use the colors in the picture here. Feel free to use any colors and materials you like.

Votes will be collected as we did last time. When you vote the server will send you an email to confirm your vote and you must click the sent link for your vote to count. We also reserve the right to reject any votes we deem suspicious of "vote-stuffing". Please limit your voting to one vote per person.

1. All materials used in your submission must have been purchased from eebeads.com
2. Only one entry per person, but you can submit a matched set (for example a bracelet and earrings).
3. Photos should be emailed to blog@eebeads.com by February 3rd . Please include your full name in the email. Any type of graphic file is fine, but please make sure the picture is in focus.
4. Winners of the last Autumn Harvest Challenge are not eligible to enter the Enchanted Nights Challenge.
5. Voting will begin Friday, February 5th and run through Friday, February 12th at noon. Winners will be announced Friday, February 12th .

The first place winner will receive a $100 gift certificate to eebeads.com and the second place winner will receive a grab bag of gemstone shape beads.

Get creating and have fun!
Any questions, feel free to email me at blog@eebeads.com


  1. what happen to your 6mm Lentels beads?

  2. I would love to enter a contest, its just that it takes me a long time to figure what to make out then acually make it. I didnt hear of this one until last week. When was it posted? Sometime, maybe you could give a contest and announce it at least 3 months in advance. I think that would be fair. unless I just didnt see it on the website.
    Im not trying to be mean or anything, its just if you have to order something after youve figured out what to make, theres no time to make it. It takes orders to get to me at least two weeks most of the time. Thanks for letting me comment.

  3. Yes, I fully agree with 1/13/10's posting. For a working girl my time is limited to when I can create. And if I don't have everything I need on hand, that takes considerable time to acquire too.