First thing I have to say is welcome to MONDAY!! What a weekend I had! I received a birthday gift from a friend of mine…and it is so special to me!! She is a budding beadweaver and I am proud to say that between myself and her sister (who is advanced) we are helping her grow her passion and skill levels! So, when she sent me something she made….oh my goodness….honored doesn’t even begin to say how I feel! Just look at this beautiful – reversible – set she made me!!! THANK YOU Jessica, your friendship, beading eyes and support make me a better person!!
Did you see it? On Saturday I was able to get photos (well, actually my daughter took them for me) and get the listing done on my Celtic Fire Dragon Beadwoven Wall Art!! It’s listed on my #AMAZONhandmade studio as an exclusive!!!
And as promised I have a new listing (actually two small ones) for you this morning!! Just look at these little earrings! If you would like them in any other color, just let me know…they are SOOOOO very lightweight and fun to wear!
I have been talking about the Mirrix Loom Company recently and I have to tell you….I am really loving the new loom!! I am going to make something simple…just 2 colors and just a fun creation to start with!! Ready? (I got started over the weekend, so here is where I start off this morning). Please remember, you can check out my Facebook Fan Page, Google+ Page, or my Instagram Page throughout the day to watch updates and working photos.
And did you see it? I wrote up an into for the Mirrix Looms program and they published it on their blog….click on the photo to go read the full post!! I hope that you are just as excited about where this will take me as I am!!
I know, I know….many of you have already signed up to win this bracelet, but did you remember to do your ‘daily’ entries??
I think that is all for today, but tomorrow I’ll have a new featured artist to show off!!
I’ll leave you today, with this thought;
Nature is painting for us, day after day, pictures of infinite beauty if only we have the eyes to see them. ~John Ruskin