I’m excited to announce that Song Sense Jewelry has been invited to return for the Hebrew Chorale’s Raisins & Almonds: A Tu B’Shvat Celebration January 27, 2019, to sell our jewelry. To promote the event, I’m featured on their webpage! …
A wire cuff bracelet by the highly collectible Navajo artist, Jerry Roan
I came across a wonderful marketing app called OrangeTwig. It automatically designs and schedules compelling social media posts in seconds. And then posts them to Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, and Tumblr.
2019 is PHAMALY Theatre Company’s 30th Anniversary! Thirty years ago I was learning to write grants for non-profit organizations, write bylaws, and ask strangers that looked disabled if they sang!
I’VE BEEN given permission to sell PHAMALY name necklaces and bracelets during PHAMALY’s production of INTO THE WOODS! I’m so excited! This will be awesome exposure for me and a fundraiser for PHAMALY. PHAMALY is Denver’s award-winning theatre company which produces…
Note: This post was deleted by WordPress so I’m reposting it. I visited Las Vegas with my best friend, Teri, back in the 80s. This was before Vegas had remodeled for the ADA. We had prime seats at every show…
When I’m in pain I go to my jewelry table and play with beads and/or clay. Sometimes nothing comes of it. Sometimes I’m just too distracted to get distracted! I’ve told many that I meditate when I create jewelry, but I’ve never explained what I mean by that. I have to somehow get good with my pain. I don’t look at pain as something that is punishing me or “Why me after everything else?” I used to. But I realized that pain is a good thing to have around. Without it, I wouldn’t be aware that something was out of kilter in the first place. Pain also keeps me away from danger. It won’t let me keep my hand on that hot pan too long!
I now have my third festival (or would you call it the fourth, since this was a two-day festival?) under my belt. I definitely had my bases covered with this one. I planed and then planed again. I even did mock-up sales with my son and boyfriend prior to the festival to make sure I wasn’t forgetting anything. I purchased new labels for my boxes, prices tags with my logo, and flowers for the tables. I printed signs for the tables and had a very pretty amethyst holder for my business cards. Our booth was so pretty!
If you are not able to make it to the Chocolate Festival, here is a preview of products that will debut there. They are still on sale for Mother’s Day until May 9, so hurry to catch these fantastic prices! Click on the photo to be taken to the Shop.
Dear friends and fans of chocolate,
The Colorado Chocolate Festival is 16 days away!
VIP Ticket: The ULTIMATE EXPERIENCE at the Colorado Chocolate Festival – and the ULTIMATE MOTHER’S DAY GIFT! $50.