Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Ayden's day...

was spent walking through the leaves:Hello, everybody!!And going to Boo at the Zoo!

Here's Papa and Ayden before we went:
Papa was being funny trying on part of Ayden's costume :)

Here's Mason: ARGH!!!

The line in front of us at the zoo:And the line behind us:

Monday, October 26, 2009

70 pairs...

of petite earrings in the making:
Thanks to Tina for helping out with the daisy spacers!! Now I can continue making these for the M.O.N.A. show next month :)

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Anyone out there....

have small sterling daisy spacers they would like to sell? Or trade? I'm looking for about 200 of the little buggers. Anyone????

Saturday, October 24, 2009

In progress...

49 new cuffs: Getting ready for those holiday shows, you know :)

Mason has been here lots lately! Here's the single shot I got of the both boys looking my way:


Saturday, October 17, 2009

The first...

in a small series of bracelets: I've made lots of fringe bracelets in the past, (too many to count, really!) but these incorporate these beaded beads I made. Fun, right?

Friday, October 16, 2009

Another...

turquoise pendant was finished yesterday:It's headed for M.O.N.A. in November :)

Monday, October 12, 2009

Build-your-own....

scarecrow! Ayden sure had a good time at the Lincoln Children's Museum making his "scarey-crow" on Sunday!

If you want to know how the Bead Bazaar went, hop on over the the Bead Society blog and check out the pics!


Wednesday, October 07, 2009

And more...

of these little eclectic sets:
I think these are my favorites--calm blues and earthy greens. Yummy!
I got tired of the lentil press and dusted off the large pillow press for these two sets:
In sparkly blue and turquoise. I am loving turquoise this year, as I do every year. It just doesn't go out of fashion for me :)
Don't forget the Lincoln Bead Show is this Saturday at the fairgrounds. Come check out all the new stuff in person!

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

I forgot...

how much I like beading around cabs! This piece is titled "Feast of Love":

Named after the movie with the same title. In it, the wife wears a lovely piece of turquoise in just one scene like this one :) It will of course be made wearable with the addition of a long ribbon.

Saturday, October 03, 2009

Working...

on this:for the Bead Society "Tree" challenge. This is the base, next comes the beads!!


And these little eclectic little sets, today the brights: each set has all my favorite shapes--cones, discs, lentils hollows and rounds. You can see them in person on October 10th here in Lincoln!