January 1, 2013

Happy New Year

Lots of exciting things will be in store for us for 2013! I don't tend to make a lot of resolutions that I know I can't keep but cheers to not stressing out about the Fiscal Cliff.... and not stressing in general.
Cheers to a nice solid, steady business in 2013! Cheers to my sister who is getting married this June!
Cheers hopefully to losing a little unwanted weight in '13! and Hoping to be pregnant at some point in '13 too!

On the 8th Day of Christmas, I opened up some pretty handmade beads from Renetha Staziano!
These are made from Polymer clay and I really love the greens and pinks that Renetha chose to send me! Thank you R!! These are lovely!!


For Group 2, I received these pretty beaded napkin rings from Erin Prais-Hintz!! What a clever idea!! Thank you Erin!


And I also wanted to show you what I did with Kristi's components that I opened up yesterday! I created this bracelet using the copper components with some double drilled ceramic beads from Elaine Ray! Loving how it turned out!


8 comments:

  1. Very nice creations. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. Beautiful stuff! I LOVE the bracelet you made with Kristi's components!!!

    Whishing all your dreams come true in the new year!!!

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  3. That bracelet is beautiful, such a lovely combination.

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  4. Happy New Year Lori. May all your wishes for 2013 come true. Love that bracelet with Kristi's components!!

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  5. I just love how your bracelet turned out! It looks like something that was unearthed in an excavation. Very cool design. Thank you again for hosting this fun swap, Miss Lorelei. Glad you like the place card holder/napkin rings! I hope that you have a creative and inspiring new year. Enjoy the day. Erin

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  6. I also love that bracelet---don't sell it as it needs to be on YOUR wrist. Very beautiful!

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  7. Love the bracelet!! Maybe another collection is in order?

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