Back to the Grind

I am back from my weekend getaway... I hope everyone had a great Easter holiday! I had a nice time with my in-laws in Connecticut. We enjoyed some quality time with my niece and nephew. We enjoyed going to one of Max's indoor soccer games on Saturday. I really got into it much more than I thought and when he scored a goal I was screaming my head off. It was fun because Uncle Joe promised him $10 for any goal Max scored and of course Max approached Uncle Joe immediately after the game was over, arm outstretched, demanding his money!!
I had a nice time bonding with Alexandra who enjoyed being pushed for at least 30 min. at a time on the swingset in the back yard.  During that time was a long run on sentence about anything and everything. Man, that girl can CHAT!
We had a nice Easter dinner on Sunday, and then made the trek home on Monday. Once home, I couldn't unpack and get into the studio fast enough. I can't tell you how sane beading keeps me and after 3 days away from it, it's all I wanted to do! The bracelet above was one of the things I created in last nights session. I have it listed in the shop now in case anyone is interested.

Also just wanted to mention that the collaboration necklace that Andrew and I created, was won by a lucky Rosemary Cheslock, for $180. Thank you everyone for bidding and giving your support for a wonderful cause.
New pieces will trickle into the shop at lunch time and later tonight. Stay tuned.

It's so good to be back!


  1. awesome new jewelry!!!!

  2. Glad you had a nice little holiday! This bracelet is breath-taking! I love it!


  3. Glad you had fun! LOVE the bracelet!

  4. that bracelet hurts my eyes, it's sooooo cute.

  5. Its always great to get away and great to come home! Thats such a pretty bracelet too.

  6. Welcome back! Great new stuff!

  7. Such a beautiful piece, make me think of spring cherry blossoms.

  8. Lovely bracelet -- I really like how you've used the pink "daisy spacers". Feel like sheer spring flowers.


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