February 4, 2009

In need of a vacation. and an eyebrow wax. yikes!

Don't I look like I could use a vacation? Look how tired my eyes are. Anyway, here I am sporting some cutie earrings I made with some awesome ceramic tiles that Nancy (Round Rabbit) sent me. I won a giveaway, and got several of these ceramic beauties. I got so lucky because these two were the exact same color. Although the prints are different, one has cloud type forms on it, the other has a leaf, they really look cool and what better way to sport an Asymmetrical look but with earrings?? I think these are the bomb. Thanks Nancy for sending these.
Look forward to more jewelry using these tiles, in the shop soon. These earrings will be listed today!

9 comments:

  1. The earrings look fab! (be careful with the eyebrow waxing - I speak from experience). :)

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  2. Lorelei, you're beautiful inside and out!

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  3. I did the eyebrow wax one-time. Not something I will ever do again. Love the earrings!

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  4. Fab earrings!! I always do my eyebrow waxing when I can come straight home....I always get so red and swollen LOL

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  5. oh c'mon you look gorgeous! you won't see me posting pictures of my eyebrows anytime soon :)

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  6. I like the tiles too. I made some out of polymer a while back, and lately I've had this idea to make a pendant with sky blue color and white wispy clouds! I gotta work on that soon.
    I love tweezing my eyebrows! Really I have too, they grow where I don't want them. Now I have to use a mirror that's like 10x. Plus I have to cut my eyebrows with regular sissors. Brush them up and cut'em straight across. They'll grow an inch long I think if I don't. It's an every couple/few week thing with me. They really grow fast and start looking all crazy.
    Sorry so long a post...

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  7. It would be so nice to sit on a day off a rainey or snow flurry day and bead with you! Your lovely btw...
    Janet x

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  8. On a materials note-- I've used some of Lynn's handdyed fiber, and Heather's polymer and I tried to win Nancy's giveaway-- love her stuff too--

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  9. Hi Sarah!
    Thanks for stopping in!! :) It's nice to see you here. Thanks for all of your comments!
    Yes I love Lynn's work as well, and Nancy's and Heather's too. You may have also seen me on the Art Bead Scene?
    Anyhoo, welcome. I look forward to getting to know you more!

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