I want to share what is happening on my favorite blogs and the "people" who bring joy into my life a moment at a time. Enjoy!
ABS (art bead scene) showed off a beautiful interpretation by Kell's Creation. Come to find out she is just up the road in New Mexico. Too cool.
Polymer Clay Daily (the wonderful Mrs. Tinapple) shares ancient stories in polymer. I love faux old. Wish I was faux old, LOL. Check this out.
Julie from Polymer clay Craftgossip shares a link to Eugena Topina's leaf and bulls eye cane tutorial if you want something to make. I love a good leaf cane.
Iris Mishly at http://polymerionline.blogspot.com/ tells a wonderful tale about a recent TV spot she filmed. Also, her miniature food expose is to drool over! No calories, yay!
The incomparable Naama Zamir has a wonderful door sign (not sure what it says) and new how to book. Her cane work (which I indulge myself too often) is divine.
Jennifer Perkins at Naughty Secretary's Club is spinning a yarn about yarn bombing. Hey better than the real thing anyday. Also, her plant people are not to be missed!
Genevieve from Jibby and Juna is destashing experimental beads through her Etsy. Check it out and her other work is amazing.
Lisa Crone of A Bead a Day waxes philosophically about beading and calls to the magpie in each of us beaders!
Andrew Thorton is having a Thursday give a way each week (he actually picks on Monday). I was the lucky winner a couple of weeks ago. The beads I won are deluxe and delightful. Check it out 4 sure!http://andrew-thornton.blogspot.com/
Lisa Clarke of Polka Dot Cottage has a great post on a mutant caterpillar. He definitely has inspired a bead on my end.
The wonderful Mary Ann Moss traisped around the city with her visiting sister in tow to do a grafitti tour. What an inspiring journey. http://dispatchfromla.typepad.com/dispatch_from_la/
Cathryn from Chile Cats tells of a close call with some recent hail. Yikes, these desert storms can be a bear!
The Lanyard Lady is inspired this week by snow cones. Who isn't this time of year? She turned her's into a lanyard. http://lanyardlady.blogspot.com/