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Look What I Got!

I know, I don't get out enough. I really don't! I have some people working on my yard, and was kind of tired of the noise, so after I made beads this morning, my mom and I went to lunch and then BB&B. I got this cool jewelry hanger thingy - I thought it might be good for those photos of jewelry that you have to submit to magazines that just don't come out quite right when you lay them flat! Well, that's my excitement for today!


Oh, perfect for necklaces. They are always tricking to photo.
Marie Cramp said…
Very cute, nice find :)

Anonymous said…
very nice! i like it
stregata said…
I can see that hanging full of earrings...
Silver Parrot said…
Cool - I need something like that for photos, too.

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