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I recently had the opportunity to watch a snippet of video from a conference in Costa Rica – “Awesomefest 2010”. Wish’d I’d known about it. http://bit.ly/1pFhD4K The section I saw was a presentation by Christie Marie Sheldon, Love or Above. … Continue reading →
HUZZAH! Lovers of Lovelies. In the spirit of Adornment with Meaning, I offer up a couple of video links. The first was shared with me by my friend, Lindsay and the other I found, just poking around (oh those interweb … Continue reading →
In a perfect world, when I edit my emails and blog-posts, I would not leave out a sentence and forget to review it one…more…time. After my interview with my friend Pete, I was planning a two week break on the … Continue reading →
Things I thought my mom said . . . LOL Never. “How on earth can you see the TV sitting so far back?” “Yeah, I used to skip school a lot, too” “Just leave all the lights on … it … Continue reading →
Not that it has much to do with fine silver adornment or classes….? AND I bought a bunny last Sunday. You see, there was this petting zoo at Crafted and the young lady proprietor had many bunnies, including a few … Continue reading →
Over the years, I have shared some of these answers, and it’s about time they were in one place – right?!?!. They are questions I hear often. Feel free to ask more. Are you from Phoenix, Arizona? Nope. Phoenix is … Continue reading →
It looks like Tuesdays will be a better day for me than Mondays ☺ I could write much more on the facts, however, I’ve been itchy to get to this part. Adornment of meaning is what resonates for me and … Continue reading →
You have to read aaaalllll the way to the end to understand the significance of the intro photo. China!! I’m so excited! Jewelry in Asian countries, such as China, has a history of about 5,000 years old … Continue reading →
Adornment in the jewelry sense, has an interesting history right?!?! It is obvious that early peoples used what was available to them . . . pretty creative . . . super creative, when you think about it. Shells and eggs … Continue reading →
Based on archeological findings and speculation it’s believed that the first signs of jewelry adornment were over 100,000 years old – the beads of the mud snail. I don’t think there is any way to really know how these ‘beads” … Continue reading →