So, if a person wanted to buy some of these things...how far would they have to Internet?
Extremely hot necklace!
hey sister phlegm...hope you had a good time at the Heap. I'm sure you did.Make us all jealous with some pictures tomorrow!
You are amazingly talented.I envy you your creativity and skill!
mushy - I've been thinking about setting up a blog of jewelry for sale. Someone would just have to email me for now. My stuff is in an art glass gallery in Dallas, and another high-toned shop is waiting for an entire case-ful of my stuff. leazwell - thanks!lightning bug's butt - thank you, too!tony - I had a blast. I'll have to fiddle with stuff to see if I can post a pic - still not used to my blackberry yetchristina - oh, thanks, honey. It is a skill and something that just about anyone could cultivate if they put in a little time and energy.
Absolutely amazing work.
Such talent! Soooo awesome!
Lovely, just lovely! I enjoy seeing the ones with the little nubbins:)
Fabulous, eye-stopping, clunky, funky, WONDERFUL STUFF.
zelda - glad you like my funky jewels, hon!meg - it takes one to know one!nugget - Glad you like it, and I LOVE to make the nubbin-ones - they are so fun and bumpy and odd-ball.lj - wow - great compliment from such a fine bead artist as yourself - I'm truly humbled.
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