Monday, August 31, 2009

Brass Bugs

Try, try, try again... Success!

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Cross Pollination...

I have been overwhelmed with the kindness of strangers. I feel like I shouldn't really say strangers because we share a talent and a desire to create things. It puts us together as peers, mentors, someone who inspires us and makes us want to be better .

I only say strangers because we have never met in person. I don't really know anything about them other than I get words of encouragement, a kind message on my etsy shop , blog or a really nice compliment on my work.

I have kept my blog just about my work but today I am joining the other nice "strangers" and I am going to occasionally post other works that inspire and make me want to be better. I call it cross pollination and like in the garden, we all benefit. So here's to all of you bloggers, artists, patrons of the arts, and strangers....Thanks from the very bottom of my heart. I am inspired by all of you.

I am starting with this amazing self taught artist Tonja Lenderman who heard I was having a tough time and really went out of her to way to make me feel better. She featured me on her blog today which is so beautiful and I was so excited to find her etsy shop.

Just when I thought there were no more fresh ideas... Look at her cute little flower canes. They arrive to you already cured and are used for nail art or scrap booking. Genius!

Thanks Tonja, Thanks Dayna and Rana, Thanks Polymer Clay Daily, Thanks Libby, Thanks to all of you anonymous posters and everyone else who goes out of their way to be kind to a friend or "stranger".
You make the world a better place.

Monday, August 17, 2009


Thanks to everyone who has sent me good wishes latelty. My family has been going through a real tough time as of late but it is all working out .
Life can be crazy at times and mine is upside down right now. We are unexpectedly moving to New Mexico.
I have lived in Utah my whole life so this is a big move for us but we are up to the adventure and hoping for a great new start.
Meanwhile I have had to put away my clay and start packing up my house. Ahhhhh!!!!
My U of U jewelry and many other items will soon start appearing on my etsy shop so keep checking if you want to purchase any. For now I am still vending at the art market on Saturdays until I sell my home.
Thanks again for all of the kind words and support.
"Life is what happens when we are making other plans."