Sunday, September 23, 2007

I'm baaaackkk..

Well, I pretty much holed up in my craft room for my 3 day weekend. I made 5 pairs of different sized hoop earrings and a bunch of fine silver rings..on top of 5 pairs of earrings and 3 necklaces...one of which is still in the working process.



It was really nice to be able to be home for 3 days and do whatever I wanted to do. Someday I really need to make this a bona fide business so I can quit work and just create.I think I would have alot less gray hair...



Here are a few things I've made...

Blue Sky Earrings made of sterling silver and Apatite


Amazonite and Smokey Quartz Earrings


Gold Carnelian Flower necklace



Pastels for my Etsybead street teams theme week sale


My stacker fine silver rings (which are $7 each for 16 gauge and $10 for 12 gauge in case anyone is interested)


And lastly my little earrings I call Juicy
Until next time ~ Happy Beading!

5 comments:

Tracy said...

WOW, you have been busy, girl! LOVE everything...seriously, everything is fantastic. Those Juicy earrings are good enough to eat! And those Blue Sky earrings look so rich, sparkly & glam! Glad you had a good 3-day weekend and treated yourself to some great crafting time. ((HUGS))

Le Fleur said...

Told you you'd come out of it! My creating has slowed to a trickle with schoolwork occupying all my time and energy, but I'll try and use you for an inspiration.

Also, gray hairs are a good thing! You earned them be proud of them! I have a couple myself :)

Lissa said...

Yeah...I've been through worse and survived! I bet it's aweful tough to make things and try and concentrate on school!

I actually pluck the gray ;)

Thanks Trace :) The blue sky are my favorite..made a necklace to go with it...just haveing a heck of a time finishing it...

Le Fleur said...

Lately, I've been dragging sewing to school with me so I can feel like I'm doing something, but maybe I'll start taking jewelry with me as well. Nothing ready to post yet though :(

Don't pluck the gray ones! I was told three more grow in their place and besides, they make you look distinguished. If I find my hair becoming salt and pepper I'm going to bleach all the color away so it can be white. My mother doesn't have any gray, but she uses so much anti-wrinkle cream that its a crime.

Candy Stick Lane said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE THEM! Ive been hostage in my sewing room too trying to get ready for a show! You've done a great job! Smooches