Skip to main content

Certificate



Ok, I am a flake today, but I did manage to do laundry and a few small things, like pack up some etsy orders. This day went so fast. We just got back from a meeting for my daughter's trip to Italy that starts on Thursday. She'll be gone for a month. Lots to do in the next few days, and I have some bead order to attend to also! Anyone have any requests? Thanks!

Comments

Katie said…
We did that trip - it was fun (but a REALLY early morning!)...I completely lost track of how high up we were and was wondering why I got a little out of breath until I remembered how high up we were :o)

And it was all worth it to hear Thomas tell people to slow down (something I never thought I'd hear!)...
Barbara Lewis said…
I have a request ... can I go as a chaperone with your daughter? Wow! What an experience!
Anonymous said…
me too, actually I will go and chaperone Barbara-keep her out of trouble!
Pretty Things said…
ITALY! I lived in Italy for a few months (Venice) and it was diviiiiiine. Oh man. But I did gain weight from the food! Ah, but I could have cared less. What a place!

Popular posts from this blog

New Enamel Beads Listed

I just listed a bunch of enameled beads in the SueBeads etsy store. I'm going to be taking a week off. I'm going to leave the shop open, so if you purchase anything from the 10th - 18th of July, they will mail on the 19th! Thanks so much for your patience!

The Tacky Earring Blog Hop

Diana Ptaszynski had a great idea, instead of a Tacky Christmas Sweater blog hop, a Tacky Holiday Earring blog hop! I was on it.  I had ideas right away.  I had so many I had to control myself.  You can buy these for $15 each, too!  Here we go!

I found these awesome wreaths in the miniature Christmas section in Michaels, and they go perfectly with silver and copper colored plastic beads!


These trees were found in Michaels, on an end-cap - I assume they are scrapbook or card making supplies, but make fantastic earrings.  The holes were a little small and far down, so I had to make LARGE loops.  Paired these with cute little gold colored jingle bells!

And, finally, the ones I had in my head the moment she announced the blog hop.  Dr. Seuss sparkly puff balls with ribbons.  The only thing that would have made these better for me is if I could have found the red ribbons I really wanted to pair these with - don't get me wrong, the silver is cool and all, but in my head they were red.