Wednesday, November 29, 2006


New piece of jewelry I made last night. I've finally set up a jewelry blog so I don't have to bore everyone over here with my jewelry obsession. It's over at the link just below Dallas Diorama at the left.

I've got to go out soon with my camera and snap pics of the Christmas lights. Tonight I felt like driving and just tooled up the tollway and saw some splendid lights.

I saw some spectacular lights in Austin Saturday night, but alas, did not have my camera along.

Niece and nephew are coming over Friday night and we will decorate the Christmas tree. I'll post photos, because you're going to love it - it's a little odd, but very cool...

8 comments:

hammer said...

That is my favorite one so far.

Excellent work!

Meg Nakagawa said...

Absolutely beautiful. Like Randy said - interesting from a distance; interesting close-up.

Fathairybastard said...

I can't BELIEVE you went somewhere without that camera. Nice baubles.

phlegmfatale said...

hammer - cool - thanks!

meg - well, they amuse ME!

fathairybastard - I know, it's amazing, but in and out of stores, it's heavy to carry and I don't want to leave it in me chariot...

Anonymous said...

Since you're such the "photog", what digital camera would you recommend for a beginner? I'd like to get one for my 15-year-old daughter for Christmas.

Of course, I'm blown away by the jewelry. Do you make earrings, too?

We spend a few evenings every Christmas season cruising around and viewing the various light-shows in our neighborhood.
It's amazing how creative (and tacky!) some people get.

Zelda said...

I really like this one too. But they're all spectacular. I have a sneaking suspicion I will be buying some after the holidays. I was going to ask if you were selling, but I thought that might seem crude.

Anonymous said...

Canadian caught in break and enter.
In a bizarre case, a 58 year old Canadian woman was caught falling out of the window of a Texas home. When apprehended, she was clutching handfuls of jewelry and lamp glass beads and muttering, "My precious."

It's Me, Maven... said...

Fantastic stuff! You're so creative! Do you make glass buttons as well?