Monthly Archives: February 2012

Keepsake Necklace Drop Builds Memory Juice

Call me crazy, but I get juiced helping people reclaim their memories. Take my friend Zelda, for example. A bracelet and pin, purchased by her late husband in Italy before they were married, held an important place in her jewelry … Continue reading

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Clip Earring Stars as Beadweaving Necklace Focal

An outrageous earring makes a good starting point for a beadweaving. At least that was my thought when I began working on this piece. For starters, I married a pink flower earring to an interesting stone. Because my stone had … Continue reading

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Before and After Bead Action

“Art? You just do it.” -Martin Ritt Before and after pictures capture creative action, action which often leads to art. Let me explain. Before  A necklace breaks We put it away Rebecca’s little blue box contained pieces of a necklace … Continue reading

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How Do You Shop For Your Passion?

When you love it, when you’re passionate about it, how do you shop? Let’s face it, we have to have inventory to build the product. Begin with the BIG shows. For three-plus days I toured the jewelry show of the … Continue reading

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