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!
Tag: Wearable art
“It looks like rain,” if these beads are any indication. You can see rain clouds in these blue crazy lace agate beads. If you hold them up to the light you can see the striations in them. And the sun shines through them, so there’s hope for better weather after all.
I am of the belief that all things happen for a reason. Yes, even the “bad” things. We may not see the reasons right away. Or our egos may blind us to the gifts that are offered.
If I had stayed with the sadness of my Mom’s death, I never would have noticed the gifts that her passing brought too.
Do you have that friend that’s been there for everything? Give them a Friendship Bracelet from Song Sense Jewelry.
A pendant necklace made from three semi-identical slices of a clay cane, pair with a chain of exquisite carnelian nuggets and tiny 4mm green Swarovski crystals. Dare to dazzle with this radiant necklace by Song Sense Jewelry. “Once Upon a Song” is only $55. Order now to guarantee availability.
Not long ago my creativity was unleashed on the stage. I miss the stress of coming up with an audition song and monologue. Sitting in front of auditors and delivering my pieces, shaking in my wheelchair that feels suddenly so isolated.
I’d like to introduce Song Sense Jewelry’s newest team member and photography model, Caitlin Sharshel!
I named this piece “The Re-Cycles of Life,” because of it’s creation story. While making my jewelry, I practice Meditation to help combat chronic pain. And sometimes my pieces “build themselves” when I’m not looking. After it was all put together, I noticed the turquoise face beads were upside down.
The colors of “A Sparkling Breeze” move like the wind. You’ll find blue flowing among the red, with yellow sneaking in a peak, while green meanders in from a different direction.
In the 70s and 80s Holly Hobbie was fashionable with every little girl, this artist included. I’ve taken one of those “fashionable” necklaces of my youth and given it a facelift. Holly now is playing with the big girls in this necklace. “Sophisticated Holly” is only $35.