|The handmade Christmas stocking I purchased for my first|
grandchild's first Christmas from www.Giftsthatlast.etsy.com .
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Now is the time for sales as Christmas shopping is in full swing and we are having our sale thru the end of December and we will be adding more listings along the way. Use coupon code GIFTS20 at checkout for 20% off your order, and the coupon code is essential to get the discount. I did check the Etsy forum and did find out that the codes are not case sensitive. Also, checking into having the discounts already applied to listing with certain apps. Any Etsians do their sales this way?
Monday, November 25, 2013
|... of course I was calculating ink, plus paper ... I had gone to B & N and Amazon, Amazon|
had a used one for $50 plus $3.99 shipping. The second printing of this book, by the way
was sold out long ago.
|The Table of Contents is 3 1/2 pages long with lots of good|
stuff listed, can't wait to sit down with my binder, er, my pretty
Red E-Book. So do any of you regularly download E-Books?
How do you store yours or do you prefer the book?
Saturday, November 9, 2013
I do like to work with copper, though, for me, it seems to be harder to work with than sterling silver. I love its earthy, organic look and it is also less expensive, so, I often use it for first timer projects, before going into sterling, making notes of sizes, gauges, forming. I am not a teacher. I'm know there are many ways to do this bracelet and likely easier ways too. This is just to share my learning experience as I am always searching the web for how to s. Any questions, suggestions or tips are always welcome.
Saturday, September 7, 2013
Friday, July 19, 2013
Found this on the internet and wanted to share. I've learned a lot of my jewelry making from videos as well as books. I hope you enjoy watching this as much as I do.
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Ken Bainbridge is my husband's second cousin, I hope I got that right. Ken keeps a meticulous journal of all his travels and takes wonderful pictures. I've seen him in action, a small spiral notepad in his top shirt pocket, constantly taking notes, mile markers, land marks, at what time of day, weather, etc. Later, each evening, the notes are used for his journal entries. What disciple, or more like, what love of writing. I was so glad to hear of his website so that his journals and pictures would not be lost in a drawer somewhere. Here is his link for all to enjoy....http://kenspastimes.co.uk/