The Pavelka Project: March Winner

Posted on April 1, 2015 in 2015 Pavelka Project by Katie Oskin

Pavelka Project March Winner

The 2015 Pavelka Project by Lisa Pavelka & KatersAcres

Lisa Pavelka (and me, Katie Oskin) are pleased to announce the March Pavelka Project winner! This was a great month with lots of participation and multiple entries turned in. Here’s a brief overview:

  • Number of March Projects turned in: 40

Despite the lack of participation in February’s project (if you missed it, please get it here) there was certainly oodles of participation this month. Please remember that the overall goal of this project is to grow your skills. I encourage you that even if you aren’t “into” the themes and projects that Lisa & I have chosen, please please please stretch yourself and try them. You never know, you might find a new technique or project that you dearly love!

Pavelka Project – March “Faux Techniques”

2015 Pavelka Project March Faux Techniques Entries

2015 Pavelka Project March Faux Techniques EntriesThis month has only one winner. There were many fabulous entries this month. Everyone worked so hard on their jewelry components. Take a minute to see a snapshot of all the awesome designs & work that was submitted. Remember that entries are posted in a folder on FaceBook for you to upload your results.

2015 Pavelka Project March Faux Techniques Entries

CLICK HERE to see all the beads, projects, jewelry, & component pieces.

And now for the part you’ve been waiting for … the winner!

February Winner:

Connie Currin - March Pavelka Project Winner
Connie Currin – March Pavelka Project Winner

And the winner is … Connie Currie! Connie dove into this project head first and created some magnificent jewelry components and pieces. Her faux turquoise and leather pendant is absolutely stunning with it’s asymmetrical design and stunning curves. The owl faux ivory pendant is an instant classic as well and has an almost oriental flair to it.

March Pavelka Project Winner GiftsConnie will be receiving the gift at left: a Lisa Pavelka day pack, Lisa Pavelka supply pack, a matchbox style box necklace with boho charm from Lisa’s private collection and of course, Parker. Connie, please send your mailing address so you can receive your prize!

The Pavelka Project

The Pavelka Project is done in conjunction with Lisa Pavelka. All tutorials are retaught here with her expressed permission. Please make sure to read about the project here, sign up & join us, and get answers to the most common FAQS here.

Until next time, Happy Claying,


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