Monthly Archives: May 2011

Gifties

So at the last Art & Soul, some of my friends and I exchanged home-made gifts.  In this crowd, “home-made” is definitely a huge asset.  I, however, was enough of a slacker that I didn’t finish everything.  I made bracelet … Continue reading

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My Bedroom

One of the first things I did this year was get new bedroom furniture.  I had sold my furniture last year, and just hadn’t figured out exactly what I wanted.  But moving off the couch seemed like a good idea … Continue reading

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I’m Gonna Need Another Neck…

and perhaps some extra ears!  Here’s my schwag from the PAPCG fundraiser: What a lucky girl I am!  To give credit where credit is due: Earrings:  Pat Eisele (left) and Louise Fischer Cozzi (right) Necklaces:  Martha Aleo (dichroic glass pendant), … Continue reading

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My Donation

So the #1 question that I’ve been asked since I started this blog is this: You are going to put pictures of your work up, right? The answer to this is:  of course I am.  And this kind of public … Continue reading

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The Broken Record.

Something that’s been number one with a bullet on my greatest hits list lately is how wonderful the people in my life are.   I knew my peeps were good.   It just took a little adversity for me to see how … Continue reading

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I Am One Classy Dame.

Part of what I’ve been doing with my year so far is taking classes.  The Philadelphia Area Polymer Clay Guild sponsored classes with Louise Fischer Cozzi (See Louise’s work at:  louisefischercozzi.com) and Cynthia Toops (Cynthia & Dan’s website:  cdbeads.biz).  Both … Continue reading

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In the beginning….

God created the heavens and the earth, then the dinosaurs lived and died, and then I came along.  Perhaps that’s an oversimplification of the history of the world, but that’s what we’re going with right now.  OK.  Here’s the real … Continue reading

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