Thanks to everyone who joined in with our July challenge. Here are the fabulous entries we received, who knew scientific subjects could be so beautiful! As always, the winner of the draw is at the bottom of the post.
Aryd'ell says: Octagons are a big deal in molecular science, as well as in bees' honeycombs.
Coral says: Here is my entry...I call Atom's In Orbit.
Ev Says: I used fractal art as my inspiration for this piece.
Ev also blogged about her piece here.
Fatema says: In keeping with the science theme, I have beaded two pairs of earrings-the first one is based on the molecular structure & the 2nd one on the atomic structure.
Jeanne says: Here is a photo of my finished necklace and the Fibonacci diagram I based the beadwork on. The neckstrap has repeats of bead colors/sizes in the Fibonacci progression as well, i.e., 1, 2, 3, 5, 8.
Rachael says: Here is my entry for the July challenge, inspired by DNA sequencing and made using the great tutorial from Jenny Argyle, Twins in a Spin.
Everyone's names were put into the List Randomizer at Random.org and the lucky beader whose name is at the top is...
Congratulations Fatema, you're the winner of the inspiration kit from our sponsor Snoochy!
Don't forget to check back later on today when we'll have a brand new challenge for August :)