Sarcasm does drops

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http://www.middletown.elpulpotapasbar.com/75892-cymbalta-generic-cost.html solicit I don’t know about the rest of you, but I am LOVING the cooler temperatures now that October has arrived! As I said in an Dearlier post, you will be seeing a lot of pinks and purples this month from me due to Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence Awareness month being in October.

judge http://transformconsulting.ca/49057-flexeril-prescription.html But when two causes are so close to your personally, how do you choose? I know there are a lot of other people who have experienced something similar to me and want to recognize both, so I decided that a good alternative would be to use the color lilac. It is the perfect balance between both pink and purple, without being too much of each.

This week’s featured piece is a bracelet design by Lisa Jordan for Starman Trendsetters called the Dagger Duo Bracelet. You can get these free patterns either from your local bead store, or many of the online bead suppliers. I got this particular one from Bello Modo. Usually, all that is required is a purchase from them, though they are free for the asking at your LBS. Although this pattern calls for using the 2.5 x 6 mini daggers, I substituted crystal drop beads I found in my stash. I also used lilac lustre superduos, copper lined pink opal 8/0 seed  beads, and silver toggle clasp. It is stitched in RAW (right angle weave). For those of you who have not attempted RAW, or are intimidated by it, this bracelet is the perfect learning project for it. It is super easy, not to mention quick to complete.

Drops Duo Bracelet
Drops Duo Bracelet

watermarked-drops duo2I have a lot of fun with the Starman patterns. I can’t wait for the new ones to come out. For one thing, it gives me an excuse to order more beads, because you get these patterns free with a bead order from most suppliers. As if I needed an excuse to buy more beads!

I hope this week finds everyone well and busy. I know I’m busier than a one armed man in a paper hanging contest! It’s that time of year folks when all of us handmade artisans are at our busiest, trying to get our inventory stock levels up for the holidays, and for me, trying to keep up with the team themed jewelry orders. See, I do custom orders, not just on team themed items, but on just about anything beadwoven!

That wraps it up for this week. If you are new to my blog, please find the little box on the page where you can subscribe and get my snarkiness directly in your email. Email subscribers get a bonus posting every now and then mid-week on random topics. I haven’t been as diligent about that lately due to some local politics, but the election is OVER, my candidate WON (insert happy dance here), and the mid-week posts will resume. Also, please leave me a comment below and say hello, let me know what YOU are beading, crocheting, etc., or let me know what you want to see from me! Also, send me your sarcasm memes and they will be used in future postings!

Until next time, stay smart or stay smart sassy!

Becca

4 thoughts on “Sarcasm does drops”

  1. I love your sarcasm! And your beadwork! Not so crazy about the cooler weather though. I have Fibromylgia and arthritis in my back (due to an injury and the resulting surgeries) so cool damp weather makes me feel like the Tim Man in search of an oil can. Keep the sarcasm coming. We can all use a smile!

    • Welcome to the Fibromyalgia club! For me though, the heat triggers migraines more than usual, so I’m hoping for a reprieve! I love hearing from you and thank you for being a loyal reader! Without readers such as yourself , I would not have reached over 4,000 hits in just 90 days of blogging (woohoo!). I will definitely keep the sarcasm coming. After all, tact is for people who aren’t witty enough to be sarcastic!

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