Monday, June 21, 2010
So it's pushing towards the homse stretch and it's getting kind of stressful. This is my first juried craft show so I want to make sure that I have evought jewelry and plenty of preperation with all the little things in between. I have made most of jewelry displays from items from the thrift shop and Lowes such as CD racks, picture frames and wood pieces to make my own T-bar necklace displays. I am going to be posting a tutorial on here in the near future so stay tuned!
Here are a few items that I have added to my shop so check it out and maybe you will see something that fancies you!
Thursday, June 10, 2010
So check out the new designs that are featured in my Etsy shop. I am so freaking busy with getting everything ready for the Big Crafty that I haven't had much time to make as much pieces for Ety as I uaually do. Well I make the best of my time and have created some pieces and are fresh and ready to wear!! 2 items sold already!! If there is anything that has been sold and you wish you had it, 9 times out of 10 I can make it again..just for you! Just ask me!!
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Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Hey guys! I know it has been a long time since I have posted anything on here, but it's never to late right? So I have been super busy all Spring with getting my garden ready and tending to it every single day. This is my second year with a garden so I have learned tons of tips and tricks (via You Tube) on how to have a more successful one this time around. So far so good!
So last summer the family and I went to a Christian community Georgia called Jubilee Partners and they have a program that takes in refugees from all over the world and helps them learn English and a work trade so that they can find work once they are finished with the program. They also have this massive community garden which is have a bountiful amount of fruits and veggies. I actually picked out some succulent green tomatoes and fried them up Southern style...YUMMMM!!! So anyway I learned a lot about gardening from them also. They used all kinds of materials to keep weeds somewhat away. They used cardboard, dead leaves, pine needles, toilet paper and pretty much anything biodegradable.We are going to have so much food this year that I will be donating some of it to shelters. Giving back is what life is all about!