https://poradyokredytach.pl/10554-ph67705-himcolin-himalaya-price.html Sarcasm comes naturally to me. It is something that I basically inherited and learned from my Dad, who would have turned 66 today. Sadly and suddenly, I lost him 2 years ago. For a long time after he died I had no desire to do anything, and definitely no desire to be creative. But with an amazing support system of family and friends, especially Cyn Wilson of The Enchanted Bead, I began to live my life again, albeit on shaky ground. I finally found my bead muse whispering in my ear that it was time to move on and create something beautiful.
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This a 3 inch rose quartz heart my (at the time) 3 year old grandson found at the McWane Center Gift Shop while I was at a doctor’s appointment in Birmingham, Alabama. They have a lot of really cool geodes and cabochons for sale for junior rockhounds. I bezeled it with freeform peyote in black and translucent grey AB and made an 18 inch chenille rope in black and silver. Oh, and by the way, heart-shaped cabochons are not the easiest in the world to bezel!
Cyn encouraged me to place it in her glass showcase, and within a few days of doing so, a customer came in and purchased it on the spot. It was my first jewelry sale – ever. I would like to think my Dad was watching over me and had something to do with that. I named it “Coming Out of the Darkness” because my heart was shrouded in black, like the necklace. I so enjoyed making that piece, and have done several others similar to it since.
I don’t have any snarkiness for you today. I’m remembering my Dad and have been very sick the last few days, but I forge through. I’m playing with the new Czechmate bars and quadra tiles I got Friday from Artbeads, and the Tango triangle beads I got yesterday from Too Cute Beads. I can’t wait to show you what I come up with working with all of those new beads! As always, please leave me a comment and sign up to receive my weekly dose of snark directly in your inbox!
Until next time, stay smart or stay smart sassy!