And then, just this morning, I listed a new creation!! This one is PURPLE and fun!! I know that the beaded bead was handmade, however, I am not sure who made it. I received it in a bead soup exchange and somewhere along the way I lost the tag of who made it… sorry!! But, it is still just as beautiful and wonderful!!!
What a weekend!!! I spend the time beading and enjoying my days. I also was able to spend some time with a wonderful friend and her kids! It is always amazing to me how quickly time flies!! We were talking about how long ago our hubby’s deployed ( in the National Guard to Iraq) and what has happened in between…..for her – 2 kids!!! We have seen each other in between, but time just seems to move so very fast!!
Do you find that? One day you wake up and realize that a year has gone by?? WOW!!
Over the weekend I listed two great new items in my studio – beadwoven dog collars!! Yes, these great leather collars are topped with SPARKLE!! They are fun and functional together!!!
And here it is….. the bracelet I am working on!! Row 138!!! Remember to my Fan Page or Google+ page to watch this creation grow throughout the day!!
THERE ARE ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TO ENTER!!
Thank you so much to Elite Mamas Blog for doing this amazing review and give-a-way for me. It also has the ‘making’ video for the beautiful bracelet I made for her – it is something to watch! So please, go read the review and see what she thought of her bracelet and enter this give-a-way. (click on either photo to get to the post).
Today’s featured artist is: AzureDandelion. One of the statements that ‘pulled me in’ to this studio is this line – We are the Rain family, full time Folk Artists and Farmers who love to create original artwork with a warm country feel – to me, that says it all about this family studio! This studio is full of beautiful seeds to creative Folk Art. It is easy to see, when you look around, the love and attention to detail that this family goes into each listing! Please remember, always support handmade artists!!
Today I would like to leave you with this thought;
Take more pictures of people than of places.