Be warned. I just re-read this post, and I seem to have written a book tonight. If you’d like to just skip ahead to the next blog in your reader, one that is more full of photographs than pesky prose, you may be excused Still here? Aw, thanks. Now on with the post: I woke […]Read More: What is a girl to do?
Month: March 2008
Bestsellers for March
Top 5 Sellers* for March, 2008 1 ) DVD:Innovations Celtic Canes and Beads 2 ) DVD:Innovations Arabesque Canes 3 ) Project Book: Creative Canes 4 ) DVD: Millefiori Story 5 ) Book: Polymer Clay Beads Bestsellers for previous months Want to be notified instantly when this list changes? Click here to see how… *Sales figures […]Read More: Bestsellers for March
Proliferation of Pendants
Ah, the weekend. I realize I am home all day during the week, but even so, most of the serious creating that I do happens on the weekend. Yesterday I put those little bags of silver bead frames to work. I’ve spent the last two weeks envisioning what I’d do, and how I’d put everything […]Read More: Proliferation of Pendants
Paper, Pixel, and Pillowcase Flowers
Friday night again. Another Special Night with Eamonn. He wanted to watch a little Noggin, so I made up a snack mix and brought it downstairs with a few drinks for us to enjoy. About five minutes into it, I realized that if I had to spend the next hour and a half watching episodes […]Read More: Paper, Pixel, and Pillowcase Flowers
Give and take
I’m realizing that there is a noticeable relationship between the number of creative show-and-tell posts I make and how caught-up I am with orders and shipping. Take this week, in fact. I haven’t made one single little pretty thing to show you. But my mailbox only has about four orders in it that need my […]Read More: Give and take
Bagels, Google, and Day-Making
Oh, how I wish my favorite bagel joint delivered. And, if they delivered, I would additionally have to wish that they delivered with no minimum order, because otherwise they would likely balk at driving a mile to bring me a 70-cent bagel. Even if I upped the ante and turned it into a full-fledged sandwich, […]Read More: Bagels, Google, and Day-Making
Gotta love those boys of mine
Neither one of them has even remembered that we have Easter baskets around here. There will probably be a big epiphany after supper, when one or the other of them is wondering what they should have for dessert. I fully expect an “OH! We have Easter Candy!!” declaration. For now, though, we’re having a blissfully […]Read More: Gotta love those boys of mine
The lilies are in bloom
Well, almost, anyway. It’s appropriate that the Easter Lilies would start to open up today, don’t you think? They’re going to be so pretty… Not much to report today. I’m wearing my favorite skirt, and a new favorite rectangle pendant. I’ve baked my “famous” apple pie. I’ve chipped the dirt off of the children. We’ll […]Read More: The lilies are in bloom
Getting my feet wet
Thank you for all of your great advice yesterday! I definitely intend to file it away for the next time. This particular time, though, I decided that it might be best to just wing it. After all, I’ve been claying long enough that I am certainly comfortable with all of the techniques in my arsenal. […]Read More: Getting my feet wet
Spring? Is that you?
I sure hope so! I don’t know about you, but I am eager to welcome the new focus that a change-of-season brings. I’m ready for open windows, Spring cleaning, and leisurely walks around the neighborhood; short sleeves, cropped pants and long evenings at the clay table; skirt-making, cherry blossoms, and chipmunks. I’ve been awfully distracted […]Read More: Spring? Is that you?