Sunday, November 27, 2011

More Soft Stuff

 I finished this cowl/scarf thing last night. I'm all proud because it was on pinterest and I made one instead of just pinning it on my board.
The very cool vintage button was one I picked up last fall when Tim and I went to meet the munchkins in Kansas...
Lack of posting is due to my mom being in the hospital and all that goes with that... My apologies to anyone waiting on an order to be finished -I'm running a bit behind, but will catch up soon! Thanks for your patience...

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Thank You!

 Yesterday was the SJWL Craft Fair. It's a well organized and fun show to do.
What made it especially fun was that my bff Shelley helped me. Thank you Shelley.
That and the fact that soooo many people stopped by and shopped. Thank you to everyone!
 During the afternoon lull, Shelley went to "the other building" where friend Carolyn of Cottonwood was set up. She and her daughter Julie are the most creative geniuses in the world. IN THE WORLD.
 Shelley took some pics so I could see what they were offering... oh my! I should have just braved the cold and gone over there. That's the downside of doing shows...not enough shopping time.
 The dresser below? It's still available. Go to her blog and see how you can own it.
Again - I can't thank everyone enough for coming to the show and shopping. I have the best customers in the world. IN THE WORLD!!!

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Poke Her With A Stick. See If She's Dead.

 Not dead. Just busy. Isn't everyone? In between making school pendants, I've discovered that if I cut MIG rods to 7" long they fit in my kiln and I can properly anneal beads. Woo Hoo.
I've made a few copper/brass and treasures necklaces.

 Had orders for bullet charms which meant I had to do some target practice with my vintage pistol and still can't hit the bullseye...
 and now am trying to keep up with the Christmas orders.
 Remember that if you need something custom made, you can order through my website or e-mail me.
 My husband lit the burnpile on the Saturday - the one day there weren't high gusts of wind. The flames went 35 feet high. It was quite impressive. 34 degrees out and we were sweating.
Special thanks to everyone that thought I was dead and checked in with me. Love you guys!!