Bead & button Digital issue :http://bnb.jewelrymakingmagazines.com/issues/2014/october-2014
American book center Amsterdam : Spui 12, 1012 XA. Tel nr. : 020-625 5537
American book center Den Haag : Lange Poten 23, Tel nr. : 070 364 2742
Austria : you can get a copy here : http://www.thalia.at/shop/home/show/
Canada : you can get your copy at Bead FX or Shoppers Drug Mart and at at Chapters book store and at Safeway grocery store and Mary Maxim in Paris, Ontario Canada
Jewelery for sale Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/b4pbakup
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Congratulations Gianna! Tell yourself this is extremely well deserved!
Best of luck with your Etsy shop. I can't afford any but count me as a future client when my finances get healthier :D
OMG this new one you show in this video is absolutely GORGEIOus!!!! I just saw it with the pendant and had to post again here! you have sooo much artistic talent Jonna!! (sp?) I know how to say it just not spell it! heheh
Wow Congratulations for the issue I will go to Chapters and try and find the august issue I am a bit late but excited to find it and try out your pattern, thanks for sharing and keep making these great tutorials.
Congratulations on winning, such detail, each piece is a work of art and looks stunning on the cover of the magazine. I think your pieces should be used in the fashion shoots and in films. Give it time they will be there the star of the show! Congratulations as well on moving, hope you will both be very happy in your new home.
Hi Giana, I am so happy for you. I get the bead and button mag. So when I saw the picture I told my friend, hey I know who made this pendant. Cant wait to make my yourown pendant. Good luck on your next entry.:-)
Does Bead &Button prohibit you from making a video tutorial of the design you submitted to them and they published? I find that watching a visual tutorial much easier to follow and learn sometimes than written and /or illustrated patterns.
I am so thrilled for you! What a great honor and well deserved! I also love that new piece you showed and would love to make that one as well. I will keep my eye out for whatever version of your instructions comes out first. I've been following your work for some time now and have learned so much from you. Thanks a million. By the way, are you excited about the new NCIS show that Scott will be staring in! i'm betting it will be another big hit for him.
if you call them they could tell you where to get an issue in a store near you. I asked them and they said to give out that info to those who don't know where to get an issue :-) Kalmbach Publishing Co.
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i have been buying bead&button for the last 4 years i live in Malta and i am waiting for the October issue to come because i am payed till 4th April 2015 thanks and your work is lovely and neat thanks agian
I just received my copy in the mail and was so excited to see you in the magazine ...and on the cover!! I have been following your awesome work/designs for a while. You inspire me whenever I watch your videos. Congratulations and hope they pick many more!!
Hi Gianna, I live in Toronto, Canada and bought the B&B magazine just now from Bead FX right around the corner from my house. You can also buy the magazine from Shoppers Drug Mart, Coles/Indigo/Chapters bookstore chain. John Bead, our country's largest bead supplier also located here, sells them as well.
On a personal note, congratulations on your beautiful pendants, they truly belong on the cover! I have everything I need to try making one tonight and can't wait to start. Thank you also for all your excellent tutorials. I've come a long way because of all your tips and clear directions. I look forward to every new project you post. Congratulations also on your new home! I'm sure you'll be very happy living there! All the very best in your future projects. Hope you'll become a regular contributor for B&B Magazine and I look forward to many more beautiful, unique pieces from you.
Congrats, I knew you would and could do it and it's absolutely beautiful. Gianna your a very good designer and we all know that, sometime it just takes time and this is your time. You have a lot of good things going on right now and you deserve it all. I can hardly wait for you to be back on youtube, I have missed you and also Zinnia.
You are an amazing teacher in the beading. I am only 7 months in and I have learned most of what I know from you. Congratulations on your success! I look forward to more from you! Thank you and good luck~
Ohhhh I love the new design too!! I was typing while you were talking about Bead & Button and didn't even see the new one yet!! Will keep my eye on that one too!! You have such a wonderful eye for designing! Makes me wish I lived close so we could bead, sip coffee and chat the day away!! Congrats again! I really am thrilled for you!!!
Awesome Gianna! And to be on the cover!!! I can't wait to get my issue in the mail! But, I thought you were going to be in the December issue with a pink piece of jewelry you submitted? Is this the same piece or did you make it in twice? Either way I'm very happy for you...what an accomplishment!! 👍👍
Thanks Gingerstune, When I look at my first video's on the other channel about 3 years ago, I even see how much I have progressed in my craft, but to become independent financially well that will still be a way to go :-)
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PLEASE NOTE: This list excludes Bond—this is, of course, about the OTHER spy series of the day. Bond, naturally, is the biggest and best known. The point is, he wasn’t alone.