Handmade Jewelry

One of my favorite online bloggers, Daenel of Living Outside the Stacks, recently shared some fabulous jewelry from Sloan & Themis. I absolutely love their products, and they inspired me to get out some of my old jewelry supplies and make a few bracelets. I started with 3 wooden animal beads from a broken necklace Read More …

Friday Favorites

There are things that I have always been my favorite – like my husband and mint chocolate chip ice cream.  But, it doesn’t hurt to add a few things to my favorites list every now and then.  Here are a few of my favorite things right now. 1. Epic Room Makeovers Vintage Revivals‘ recently did Read More …

Fashion Friday: Asymmetrical

This week on Fashion Friday, I’ve got a super cute dress that I picked up at a local store, The Graceful Lady, in Evansville.  I found a similar dress by the same company, Ya Los Angeles, at the Graceful Lady location in Ft. Branch.  Both dresses were this great red print, but I loved the Read More …

Fashion Friday – Lions & Tigers & Giraffes?

Today is my first Fashion Friday blog post.  I’ve been wanting to do this for a while.  I got the idea from Maryam over at Pamplemousse, who does Wardrobe Wednesdays.  I figure that I love clothes, shoes, accessories and makeup…. so why not do this too?  I’ll tell you why….  It’s almost impossible to take a photo of Read More …

Peacock Feather Jewelry

Peacocks are beautiful creatures, the male with it’s blue and green tail feathers spread wide.  When I was little, grama and grampa had a neighbor across the road who kept peacocks (and peahens).  One of my favorite memories was setting at a window watching the birds, when they came over to eat my grama’s flowers visit.  Read More …

Craft Month 2011 – Day 30 – Chain Necklace

Today’s craft project is brought to you by a whole lot of chains.  Well, not a WHOLE lot, just 3.  For this project, I stopped by the jewelry department at the craft store and picked up three legnths of chain, each different.  I brought them home and cut them to different legnths.  Once that was Read More …