Monday, October 24, 2011

Just finished some new little trinkets. These are tiny, about two inches high at the most, colored with alcohol inks and hand drawn. I love the aged old world colors. Great to use as magnets, charms, scrapbook accessories etc. Hope you enjoy!
Just fixed my Etsy shop! I have not been using it for quite some time, as the name has been wrong.  Now that Etsy has allowed a one time shop name change, I was able to get the name spelled correctly.  I just  posted one of my cards there. Will spend some more time in the next few days, listing some other items.
I'm going to be cleaning out my studio and hope to be posting a bunch of things to pass along!   A few items are already on my Artfire Shop.  Keep checking back to see new items and email me if you are interested.  I have an entire stash of vintage beads and findings that belonged to my mom. Much of it is in really good  shape and just looking for a new home! 

I'm still working on getting ready for the Atomic Holiday Bazaar.  It's coming up in December.  Be sure to mark the dates and plan to attend. 



Tried to post a picture of the tutorial for the pumpkin and candy corn, but I'm having trouble doing that.  It's a pdf file and I'm so new to blogging that I need more time to figure it out.  In the meantime, I got these from Pat Stull, my friend and "clay mate".  I just photgraphed the hand out and here they are.  Not the best, but you can maybe get the idea.   You can see more of my friend Pat Stull's polymer jewelry on her Etsy Site.  Have fun!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks Patrice! These are so fun to make. If anyone's interested in a better copy of these tutorials, email Pat at pat@tabbycraft.org

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