While I was out of town at the end of last week, several of my Etsy friends were kind enough to include me in their treasuries. The first treasury includes one of my beaded bracelets. It can be seen in the center of the bottom row. Following this bracelet being in the treasury, I had an e-mail from a customer who wanted this bracelet done in a shorter length and in purples. I am presently making it for her. Chris is from Michigan and is a skilled glass artist. Her work is wonderful. She works in both large and small sized pieces. She works in fused glass and does terrific dichroic pieces. You must visit her store to see her wonderful pendants and art glass objects. Go to www.chris1.etsy.com.
Pam included my "Native American Bumps in the Road" bracelet in her treasury. It is in the center of the second row. Subsequently, I received a request to trade this bracelet for an item of equal value from a fellow beadweaver Etsy friend. I will be deciding which of her works I want in exchange in the next few days. Pam operates her Etsy store under the name of Bagsandmorebypam. She is from Bloomington, Indiana. As one might assume, she does wonderful handmade bags and more! It is worth a trip to her store just to see her precious grandchild modeling one of Pam's crocheted hats. See her work at http://www.bagsandmorebypam.etsy.com/.
My "Lady of Spain Bracelet" is included in the last photo. It can be seen in the center of the third row. This treasury was done by Althea of Talkingdog. She is a multi-talented artist from Raleigh, North Carolina. With the hot dog days of summer fast approaching, you won't want to miss her wonderful handpainted sun hats. A visit to her store at http://www.talkingdog.etsy.com/ will provide you with a wonderful experience.
Mvto and Wado, Chris, Pam, and Althea for including me in your wonderful treasuries!