Monday, February 18, 2008


This pendant is made from ceramic and lampwork glass, reverse painted with vitreous enamel and fused. It is finished with a Hill tribe silver drop bead.

If I close my eyes I can imagine a garden. It is lush and green with the smell of damp morning earth. The flowers are opening to the warmth of the sun. The fragrant air moves quietly with the whisper of butterflies and honey bees. Birds begin to sing in the distance as the sun reaches down to warm my face...

OK Now it's back to reality. SORRY!

I've been tagged by Melissa Lee!
(Melissa Lee makes wonderful pendants & beads from precious metal clay. Check out her ETSY store.)
I'm "IT"
here is how it goes:
1. Link to your tagger and post these rules on your blog.
2. Share 7 facts about yourself on your blog, some random, some weird.
3. Tag 7 people* at the end of your post by leaving their names as well as links to their blogs.
4. Let them know they are tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.

SEVEN Random Factiods about myself:

#1. Strangers have asked me if I have ever "been in cartoons?" when they hear me speak.

#2. My diet consists mainly of foods that begin with the letter "C"; coffee, cookies, cereal, chocolate & carrots.

#3. I have a large collection of bakelite bracelets.

#4. I have a spinning wheel & I am currently spinning fleece from a chocolate brown alpaca named "Ted E Bear" who lives near Mesick Michigan.

#5. Ok I'm having a hard time thinking of anything else interesting about myself. Hmmmmm...
Alright- Someday I am going to write a novel.

#6. I like to take naps every chance I get.

#7. I am going to open an ETSY store by March 1st. (I just made that up right now. So I guess that means I have to do it!)

Now who to TAG? Hmmmmm.....

Nancy Sells Glass
The Blue Between
Studio Lockdown aka Playtime
For the Love of Beads
Shelly in Africa
Labyrinth Beads

OK GALS Now you are it!!!

1 comment:

  1. Ooh, I like to take naps, too! My son has a tendency to leap on my chest when I try, though. (His father taught him how to tickle me this week, which I thought was terribly unsporting of him.) Thanks for playing!