Treasures, Treasuries, and Thoughts

I swore I would never do a blog! So much for swearing. I didn't think that I would have much to say or share. I was wrong! I have been so blessed with a wonderful family, loyal friends, sharing colleagues, and the support from so many that I will never run out of topics to write about.

I have opened an on-line store at a place called Etsy (rhymes with Betsy). The items on the left are available for purchase there. These will change from week to week to show you my latest creations. The link to the store is in the upper left corner of this page.

I also have items for sale listed on Art Fire. The link to my Art Fire Studio is

I hope you will visit this blog, my Flickr page ( and my Etsy and/or Art Fire stores often. (

So come along on my Trail of Treasures! It will be a Spirit Journey for me and I invite you to join me on the trip.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Two More Treasuries!

I am so excited to be featured in two more treasuries by two of my Etsy friends. Let me introduce you to them:

Pearl is the songster in our forum group. I think she knows the lyrics to millions of songs. So it is no wonder that she belted out this Old Time Rock and Roll Treasury! I appreciate her letting my Kokopelli earrings sit in with his flute! Pearl is in Denver, Colorado. She does wonderful stone work, raku, and porcelain. If you are in need of new mug, bowl, pot, etc. don't purchase until you visit her wonderful store. You can find her work here:

The second treasury was done by Nonnie. She included my Stomp Dance bracelet in her treasury. Nonnie is primarily a stained glass artists; however, she paints, makes jewelry and many wonderful things. You will just have to visit her store to see the beauty and talent. I especially like her stained glass business card holders and her wonderul lamps. Nonnie is from Danville, PA and you can visit her store, Nonnie's Treasures at:

Mvto and Wa-do to Pearl and Nonnie for including me!


Sixsisters said...

Great blog Joni. I love they way you talk about their
work. Thanks.

marion said...

A happy crafting time was clearly had by all concerned! Yes, it relates to the post above... I couldn't find where to leave a comment (grin)

Rose said...

I love it, can't wait till the youngest set of grandchildren gets big enough to do things like this.. used to do all kinds of crafts with the first set, all of them are grown up now:)

Renée Gandy said...

I really enjoyed reading about Lois Beardslee and her work...I would love to see some of her 'bitings' art.