Saturday, February 28, 2009
Wednesday, February 25, 2009
Monday, February 23, 2009
Saturday, February 21, 2009
Monday, February 16, 2009
1 large onion (chopped) I use yellow onion
2 cloves garlic
1 tsp basil
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1 14oz. can of crushed tomatoes
1/2 can low sodium beef broth
1/2 can low sodium chicken broth
Today I added a little something special by making croutons out of the leftover ciabatta bread I bought a couple days ago. I cubed it, placed it on a cookie sheet, sprinkled olive oil, salt and pepper and baked @ 350. 5 minutes on one side, flipped them over and then 2 more minutes. They were a big hit!
Sunday, February 15, 2009
Fingerprints sculpted in Silver or Gold! A handmade charm from the actual impression of a loved one's fingerprint.To Celebrate A Birth, A Child, A Marriage, A Friend...An Heirloom for all! Parents wear children's fingerprints Children wear parent's fingerprints Grandparents wear grandkid's fingerprints Wives wear husband's fingerprints.To Remember... A personal, meaningful way to preserve the memory of a lost loved one.A tangible piece of someone, completely unique to them. A discreet memento. To Honor...A Hero, A Parent, A Grandparent...Ideal for families with a loved one deployed in the military, in a high risk profession, with a life-threatening illness or simply separated by miles. The charms can be used more like a medallion or "coin" by eliminating the hole...a great option for men.
Saturday, February 14, 2009
Friday, February 13, 2009
Monday, February 9, 2009
Pet Lover? Have Fur? Captured Fur From Your Favorite Companion...There’s no way to measure the significant role pets play in our emotional and spiritual well-being. They can transform a mood, lift spirits or make us smile.
Handmade plastic vials filled with your pets fur make a fun, thoughtful gift for pet lovers or as a memorial, keepsake for a lost companion. It's simple...
1. Purchase the FUREVER item you desire at http://creativepotential.etsy.com
2. Collect the fur by cutting, petting or brushing a small clump of hair
Pet Lover? Have Fur?
Captured Fur From Your Favorite Companion...
There’s no way to measure the significant role pets play
in our emotional and spiritual well-being.
They can transform a mood, lift spirits or make us smile.
To Order Visit http://creativepotential.etsy.com
Handmade plastic vials filled with your pets fur make a fun, thoughtful gift
for pet lovers or as a memorial, keepsake for a lost companion.
from your faithful friend (cat, dog, rabbit, horse, etc)
3. Mail your fur to me and I will do the rest!
* If it's a gift, I can send a special gift packet to you or directly to the recipient.
* If you have multiple pets I can combine their fur to create a custom color combination or you might choose to order separate pieces for each.
* The ear wires are sterling silver and a small sparkly Swarovski crystal accents each charm.
I am happy to accommodate special requests when possible.
You will enjoy having your loveable pet with you at all times in this unusual, private keepsake!
Please email me with questions. email@example.com
Sunday, February 8, 2009
My son, Justin and I were going to spend the day at the farm but he's not feeling too good. So this means that the photos and listing items on Etsy may get done today!
Friday, February 6, 2009
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Here's Roxanne's website. Check it out... http://sardemorgans.com/
Monday, February 2, 2009
Here is a picture of my office prior to the cleaning. I do love my space with the mural I painted of the beach scene but it's a small room so I'm hoping to open things up a bit and make it appear larger than it is. I wish I could make sales with my jewelry on a more regular basis to make this love of mine a "real" full time job! Whether or not I'll ever be able to do that, I will always continue to make jewels as long as my fingers work!
Sunday, February 1, 2009
Good Sunday morning everyone. My goal for today is to go through every supply I have to see what I could possibly get rid of along with finding out what I truly need. I've been making jewelry for quite a few years and to think I started with one little bag of supplies that I could carry around wherever I went! I used to bring that bag to my sons baseball practices when they were 9 years old and have everything laid out on the benches around me. I didn't want to miss the practices but I couldn't be without the jewelry either! I'm a bit more focused with it all at this point, which means that I don't go to too many practices because the boys are juniors in high school and I don't think the mommy's are supposed to be there to watch all that stuff! So I'm off to purge. Have a great day everyone!