This post will be a little of this and that. I’ve had a lot going on in my life and haven’t posted here in a while. I’m giving myself a kick in the fanny to keep moving forward.
Kristi Bowman Designs
If you follow me on Facebook, you already know that I adore using the copper and brass clay components that Kristi Bowman sells in her Etsy store, Dream Some. I made 3 pairs of earrings with her copper clay charms for the Muffin Tin Challenge.
I’m excited to share that I was the featured artist on Kristi’s blog this week. I hope you’ll go give her some blog love; maybe even leave a comment. Definitely click on the links to her ArtFire or Etsy shops.
Autumn Girl is my newest pair of earrings, utilizing Kristi’s components. The copper leaves are just so cool and they pair perfectly with the brown jasper and the diagonally strung, molted green glass cubes. These earrings could be worn all the time, in many settings: work, weekend, dinner out etc.
Autumn Girl Earrings
Big Giveaway at Humble Beads Blog
Heather Powers is having a huge giveaway on her Humble Beads Blog. Hop on over and check it out–just don’t win, ‘cuz I’m going to! Just kidding. You can enter multiple ways, so check it out.
If you are not familiar with Heather’s awesome polymer clay beads and pendants, you should visit her wonderful Etsy shop. My Tiger Lily bracelet features one of her focal beads.
Tiger Lily Bracelet
I will be showing my jewelry at the 18th annual Fusion Art Gala, at the Dumas Bay Center in Federal Way, WA on August 3rd, from 3:00-9:00 p.m. If you are in the area, I’d be delighted to have to stop by and say “Hi!”. This event is a fundraiser for a local organization working to provide housing for homeless women and their families. This art event is their major fundraiser for the year. From their website:
The 2011 Event — Fantasia— features an Asian theme sure to enchant.
Come join us Wednesday, August 3, for a spectacular evening of Asian inspired entertainment and food, exciting silent and live auction items, and fabulous creations from many well-known Northwest artists.