Friday, February 26, 2010

Need a Name

Ya know, when I had my children- I had no problem picking our their names.  But for shiny pieces of metal...I'm stumped.  Any suggestions as to what to call these?  Can't list them without a title- LOL.



Oooo, that bottom photo is a bit blurry too.  Hmmm.  They are sterling little circles with little dangling pearls.  They are rustic and sweet.  And I've got a few different colors of pearls & some jaspers.  But I can't seem to wrap my head around a proper name.  If you think of something- email me at stacie {at} azoho dot com.  Please.  And thank you.  ;-)

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Quote Worthy

Abundance is not something we acquire. It is something we tune into.

~Wayne Dyer

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Baby Blooms

The baby blooms here. Both in post and dangle.

I love these little guys.  Myself, I prefer the dangles.  They are no fuss earrings and I like that.  A lot. 

Life has been so busy lately.  Running here, running there.  A busy month for cub scouts.  My little guys look so handsome in their uniforms, and it sure does this Mama proud when one of them does a flag ceremony.  Mama's boys are growing up fast.  Very fast.  

Until next time!

Sunday, February 14, 2010

I saw an angel


Last October I wanted to make a pendant for myself.  I knew which stone I wanted to use, it was the first Sonora Sunrise that I cut myself.  {For my first stone I didn't grab the part with the vivid reds & blues, this stone is more muted}  When I was almost finished, it looked like an angel to me.  Then someone else told me that they thought it was an angel.  It wasn't intentional, just serindipitous.  So the angels were born.  This one is mine & I've cut stones and started setting for two others.  One of those will be a necklace and the other, maybe a brooch.   Those who know me know how much I love angels.  I like this one, it suits me just fine!   ;-)

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Quote Worthy

The greatest thing in the world is not so much where we are, but in what direction we are moving.

~Oliver Wendell Holmes