Sunday, October 03, 2010

Sundays Are For Repair Work

I have a repair project set aside for later today.
I have never repaired a piece of jewelery made by someone else, so this should be a challenge.

Our puppy Magnus is so excited to see new people that he is still jumping up. Soon that will stop, but in the mean time, he's gotten his paws entangled in a few necklaces. This necklace belonged to my friend Melanie. It was the first time she had worn it. We felt so bad we replaced it, so now I have this one to repair or redo.

He's been staring at my Cricket machine a lot. That's something I could not repair, so learning "DOWN" is very important. Enjoy your Sunday friends!

Beadblogger's Sunday Links

A Bead A Day
Take a trip down "memory wire lane" as Lisa remembers discovering this versatile beading staple. Jewelry Making

For those who like immediate gratification jewelry, there's a new line coming to your local Michael's called Trinkettes.

Art Bead Scene

The Art Bead Scene Carnival Bloggers write about renewal for September.

Carmi's Art/Life World

Carmi's new BELIEVE necklace starts out with a beaded embroidery.

Cindy Gimbrone, The Lampwork Diva

To badly paraphrase Shakespeare, "the ring's the thing!"

Earthenwood Studio Chronicles

Melanie mashes up two songs about school and growing up and uses it as inspiration for a mixed media necklace.

Lorelei's Blog: Inside the Studio

Lorelei was able to watch a couple of cool videos from Ronna Sarvas Weltman, and reviews them this week on the blog.

Snap out of it, Jean! There's beading to be done!

Jean reviews a VERY cool DVD all about metal work, which is super great for beginners AND super inspiring for old hands at this type of jewelry creating and designing!


Spirited Earth said...

for a little while my dog thought her name was
NONO Baddog

Irene said...

I am so amazed that you get so much done with an active pet around. My cat is old, and I tell you scrapping/cardmaking is a challenge, but beading is almost impossible.