Not long ago this blog reached 200 "Followers" aka "Friends". I want to celebrate by giving away one of my pairs of earrings. All you have to do is leave a comment on this post - I will draw the winner a week from today on Wednesday, March 14th at noon Pacific Standard Time USA. I will send them anywhere in the world - I will need an address once I post the winner. I will put your name in the draw twice if you are a "Follower" - just tell me if you are when you leave your comment. Good luck! :-)You will get to choose what bead you want on top, or if you like small earrings - no beads on top, just the sterling silver pine cone on the bottom. The ear wires are sterling silver, too. Below is my jewelry making work box. I somehow misplaced my wire cutter tool so today I went to "A Bead Source" to get a new cutter and found a whole set of tools with SPARKLY HANDLES! Turquoise is a favorite color of mine so I just had to have them. I also found a strand of shell heishi and a strand of banded agate beads.
I am making a bunch of necklaces and earrings to deliver on friday to the gallery in Vista House as they open for the season soon.
Aren't these just pretty?
I loves me some sparkly things!
My banded agate and shell beads.
What a mess of fun, huh?
Now to get busy making stuff.
A big box was delivered by our nice post lady today -- I got 2 "Alice" Fire King plates for hubby and I! They are 9 1/2 inches in diameter. I'm thinking they might look nice in our trailer.
Pretty floral borders.
OH.. I went to the hand surgeon today and he was pretty neat! He said I didn't need surgery but if I wanted he would poke a hole in the bump on my finger to make sure it was filled with liquid and not a hard cyst -- ummmmmmm.. ok. So, he jabbed my finger with a needle and went.. yep.. it's just a ganglion cyst. He told me I have arthritis in my hands and I went.. really? He goes.. well YEH.. even my MOTHER could tell you that you have arthritis. Sheesh. Then I went swimming. After buying my new tools. :-)
Alrighty then.. time to get busy making jewelry. Thanks for visiting!! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)