Monthly Archives: November 2011

Challenge Of Color Blog Hop

Color Play I love playing with color, so I jumped right on board when I read that jewelry designer, Erin Prais-Hintz was hosting a color challenge blog hop.  Erin is the author of the blog, Treasures Found.  You can view

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Posted in Bead Challenges, Jewelry

Tuesday Tour – Week 4

Handmade Christmas Gifts From the Pacific Northwest Every Tuesday, from now until Christmas, I’m sharing some of the great Christmas gift ideas I’ve found on ArtFire. For the next couple of weeks, I’m going to focus on artisan items from

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Posted in Jewelry, Jewelry Designers, Tuesday Tour

Happy Thanksgiving & A Sale!

Happy Thanksgiving! I’m grateful for you! Thank you for reading my blog, leaving comments and being supportive as I seek to grow as a  jewelry designer.  I hope you have a delightful Thanksgiving with your friends and loved ones! Thanksgiving

Posted in Jewelry

I heart macro – Cactus

Its time for another ♥ I Heart Macro Sunday! ♥ We have a large barrel cactus that we’ve had for over 20 years.  In the summer it sits out on the deck – hence the pine needles in some of

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Posted in i heart macro, Jewelry, Nature and Wildlife, Photography

Bead Table Wednesday: Gem Faire

BTW: New Goodies I went to the Gem Faire in Tacoma last Friday and I have all kinds of new goodies on my bead table now.  I’m fairly cautious at Gem Faire, because many of the gem dealers don’t have

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Posted in Art Beads and Components, Bead Table Wednesday-BTW, My Studio

Tuesday Tour – Week 3

Handmade Christmas Gift Ideas On ArtFire Every Tuesday, from now until Christmas, I’m sharing some of the great Christmas gift ideas I’ve found on ArtFire.  We all need original Christmas gift ideas, right?  Time to put aside stale old gift

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Posted in Jewelry Designers, Tuesday Tour

i heart macro – Snake Skin

Its time for another ♥ I Heart Macro Sunday! ♥ My husband found a molted snake-skin in the garden.  All our snakes here are harmless and I am fascinated by the patterns formed by the scales.  I hope this doesn’t

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Posted in i heart macro, Nature and Wildlife, Photography

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