Yesterday I wrote about my new-to-me bigger kiln and a brief bit about fusing glass. It is a slow process, requiring multiple firings in the kiln. Each firing takes 8-12 hours. Working on the torch, I use a kiln to cool down the glass in a slow and controlled manner. All of the work on…
A few weeks ago, I bought my friend’s kiln. It is larger than my kilns and I am excited to be able to do larger fused glass pieces. She has not been doing any glass work for several years now and -waitaminute- she gave me her studio supply of sheet glass and tools, too. So.…
Charms! These new little glass charm sets are a great as jewelry – necklace or earrings, a zingy zipper pull, a charm for your purse, hanging from the rear view mirror, knitting markers… so many possibilities!
I found these flat, paddle-like earphones recently on Amazon. They are meant to fit inside a headband. I wasn’t sure about wearing a headband while trying to sleep, but I thought I would knit a headband and give it a try.
Today I am spotlighting a post over on my other site because it features knitting. In this case, knitting tiny reindeer hats for my dogs.
Shopping for that special one-of-a-kind, handmade gift, but can’t decide? How about a gift card? Several styles to choose from, email or postal mail delivery.
I know. I am so tired of the ads, emails, and hype. Yet, here I am, with a couple of deal updates. 😂 I will be quick.
Nov 19 – 27, 2018 — A bead sale for artists, crafters, and the people who love them. Lots of bargains and ample time to create all of your special gifts in plenty of time for the holiday season.
I have updated my vinyl wave stickers listing. Quick update — these are new cutout stickers and an automatic 30% discount if you order two or more.
It is fall, but acting like summer. The bees are busier than ever. This motivated me to coax my flowers back to life as much as possible since there isn’t a lot going for bees here at this time of year. The bees brought friends.