Wednesday, March 24, 2010


Arggggg I have been so sick lately. I hate being sick, it makes me hella mad. Good thing i it wasn't this week cause tomorrow I leave to teach at Fire on the Mountain in Asheville NC. I am super excited and will get back on Monday. Hopefully someone will take some pictures.
See ya soon.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Long time no post.

Arggg I haven't had time to post in a while. I am getting ready for a mixed media show at my works Third Friday. It is an open house that we do the third friday of every month.
Each month we have a gallery show with featured artist and this month a couple of the studio artist and I are doing a mixed media show. We are combining glass, fiber, metal, into some pretty cool stuff. I will make sure I take pictures and post them so you can see. It's going to be pretty neat.
I also have been working on a old technique used by everybody but adding my twist on it. Hope you like.

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Totally Stoked!!!!

I knew that Kerry was sending me a copy of her wonderful book and the necklace she made from the bead I made for her, but I was still so excited when it arrived. The necklace came in the mail on Thurs, and Friday I got the book. It is glorious. Filled with so much information and great projects. If you haven't seen it yet you need too!
I am so honored she ask me to contribute and can't believe the book is finally in my hands.
When I held the necklace in my hands I marveled at how well made and professional it looked. The way it was constructed really compliments the bead and I can't wait to wear it. Thanks Kerry!

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

And the Winner Is....Jenny J-V

Congrats to Jenny J-V. Shoot me an email and I will send it on it's way.
Thanks to everyone who left an comment and follow my blog. I really do appreciate it.

I hope to do more give aways every couple of weeks so make sure you stop my and check.

I also have been kicking around the idea of a second blog dedicated to "newbie " glass bead makers and also those who would like to teach glass beadmaking. I have been teaching glass beadmaking for about 10 years now and pretty much know how and why everything happens and tips to make your beads better.
I think having a resource to go to would be a cool idea.
What do you guys think?